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Accessing your Office 365 email from a personal computer: From any internet connected computer, go to 365.ucdavis.edu; Enter your full @ucdavis.edu email address and password, then click Sign in; You should now see your Office 365 email, calendar, etc just like you would in Microsoft Outlook IMPORTANT: on personally owned computers. This policy mandates the use of only the University of California, Davis, Health System (UCDHS) official e-mail account for all UCDHS business related activities and provides alternative methods for sending secure information. At this time, the official UCDHS email system is Microsoft Office 365. SETTING Medical Center III. To improve our security posture, UC Davis Health has incorporated Duo Security as a multi-factor authentication solution to access EPCS, Office 365, VPN, HS Apps, and other applications from off-site locations.

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Financial Resources

Financing Your Education

Scholarships, Fellowships and Funds

Tax

Student Forms

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Computing/IT Resources

Health and Wellness Resources

Parking and Transportation

Networking and Student Life

  • GSM Business Card and Nametag (visit the Business Office webpage)
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Gallagher Hall Room Reservation System

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  • Reserve a Room – Event Management System (EMS) [detailed instructions here]

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    Fig. 1 by University of California

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    Fig. 1 by University of California

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