Sequoia Hall

Sequoia Hall

Building Details

Sequoia Hall features the following:

  • Floors: 4 floors
  • Building Occupancy: about 200 Students
  • Occupancy Type(s): single-, double-, and triple-occupancy rooms
  • Room Configuration(s): standard configuration: all rooms are located directly off a main interior hallway
  • Room Dimensions: about 165 square feet
  • Bathrooms: single-gender bathrooms are located along main interior hallways at an interval of every 4-6 bedrooms
  • Laundry Facilities: there is one laundry room, located on the first floor; it has 6 washing machines and 6 dryers
  • Flooring Type(s): all bedrooms are carpeted; shared areas are a mixture of carpeted and tiled
  • Bed Type(s): all rooms have extra-long (80 inch) twin beds
  • Computer Network Connection(s): wired and wireless
  • Cable TV Connection: Coaxial and IPTV
  • Landline Telephone Availability: not available
  • Mailbox Location: Tercero Services Center

Maps, Plans and Models

Aggie Abodes

Watch the following videos to see what living in Sequoia Hall is like.

Living-Learning Communities

2018-19: We Are First

2019-20: We Are First

Mail, Mailboxes, and Care Packages

Use the following address to send mail and packages to Sequoia Hall residents.

There is one mailbox for each room. Sequoia Hall's mailboxes are located on the first floor of the Tercero Services Center.

Packages that do not fit in a mailbox are held at the Area Service Desk until residents can pick them up. The ASD notifies residents via email when they receive packages.

Mailing Address

(student name)
(room #) Sequoia Hall
648 Tercero Hall Drive
Davis, CA 95616

Items in parenthesis should be customized with residents' specific information, including their names and room numbers.

Moving Into Sequoia Hall

Refer to the following resources when planning to move into Sequoia Hall for the fall quarter:

Building Namesake

California redwood (sequoia)

Sequoia

Sequoia sempervirens, California redwood

California's majestic redwoods invoke a sense of place and of peace. California coastal redwoods reach for the clouds and grow for hundreds of years. Limited to narrow portions of California's diverse ecosystem, redwoods thrive in a summer fog belt and need many inches of natural rainfall to survive. Redwood trees provide habitat for mammals, birds and amphibians. California's nearly 150,000 acres of redwood groves draw visitors from around the globe. One of the most photographed areas of the UC Davis campus is the Arboretum's T. Elliot Weir Redwood Grove, home to one of the largest collections of coast redwood trees outside their native range. For more information visit the UC Davis Arboretum gardens webpage.

Information about sequoias (California redwoods) is provided by the UC Davis Arboretum. Please stay in touch! Like the UC Davis Arboretum on Facebook and sign-up for the Arboretum e-newsletter to stay informed of student learning opportunities.