In February, Chancellor Gary S. May established task forces on three areas of vital importance to students — affordable housing, food security and mental health care. The chair of each task force is seeking the campus community’s feedback, as each task force develops reports that are due to Chancellor May by June 30.
“These are issues that have tremendous impact on our community,” Chancellor May said upon establishing the task forces. “UC Davis has a great many services and resources available to our students, but it’s not a static landscape.
“How can we continue to provide the resources our students need effectively and efficiently? That’s what I’m asking the task force members to help me determine.”
Chancellor May asked each task force to review existing programs and options within its assigned topic area, consider improvements and make recommendations.
As part of its work to meet these goals, the chairs of each task force are seeking input to inform the work they are doing.
The following pages offer more information on each issue along with contact information to provide your feedback to each task force chairperson.