Solano Park Apartments

Family Housing

At UC Davis, we recognize that students with families have unique housing needs. The campus offers three conveniently located, on-campus apartment complexes that provide supportive environments for UC Davis students with families. Students with families can utilize UC Davis Student Housing as a resource for locating housing near their program's campus.

Campus Housing in Davis

To learn more about each community, visit the community webpages:

Orchard Park Redevelopment Project

UC Davis is under way with the Orchard Park Redevelopment project, which will bring new campus housing for students with families. Learn more about the Orchard Park Redevelopment Project.

City Housing in Davis

To assist all UC Davis students with finding housing in the City of Davis, the Associated Students of UC Davis (ASUCD) maintain a list of local housing opportunities — the ASUCD Community Housing Listing.

Let Us Help You Find Housing

Students with families can utilize UC Davis Student Housing as a resource for locating housing. Please contact us by phone or email, or visit our office to request help and get answers to your questions.

On-Campus Child Develoment Centers

UC Davis boasts five on-campus childcare centers. The Early Childhood Lab School is associated with the Department of Human and Community Development. The law school operates a co-op for law students. Third-party vendors operate the other three centers: Hutchison, LaRue Park and Russell Park.

Early Childhood Lab School

  • West House
  • 530-752-2888

Hutchison Child Development Center

  • 1055 Extension Center Drive
  • 530-752-7676

The Perfect Tender Child Care Co-Op

  • (School of Law students)
  • King Hall
  • 530-752-4955

LaRue Park Child Development Center

  • 50 Atrium Way
  • 530-753-8716

Russell Park Child Development Center

  • 400 Russell Park
  • 530-753-2487

UC Davis Student-Parent Child Care Funding Program

The WorkLife office, in coordination with Graduate Studies and the Financial Aid office, offers limited grants and loans to students with dependent children to assist with child care expenses.