UC Davis, Graduate School of Management
Sacramento MBA Campus
4610 X Street, Room 2203
Sacramento, CA 95817
Quarterly “GS” Permits:
Purchasing a $60 quarterly permit allows you to park in lot 12. Quarterly permits are valid after 5pm on weeknights and all day on weekends, for whatever vehicle you are driving (simply display the permit on the dashboard). To obtain a quarterly permit, submit cash or check with your registration form.
This guide contains everything you need to know about the business of being a Full-Time MBA student at UC Davis, including Academic Requirements and Information, Costs and Financial Aid, Registration and Records, and Calendars and Dates.
The Graduate School of Management and Career Development staff work diligently to develop career and internships opportunities, provide contacts with local, regional, national and international companies, and implement programming designed to enhance your job or internship search knowledge and abilities. It is expected that you will take individual responsibility for your career development and job search. You should be working assertively on career management from the beginning of the fall quarter. You must be proactive.
There is free parking at Bishop Ranch 15 and a permit is not required.
Bishop Ranch 15 (building 12647) requires an access card for entrance to the suite. Students, faculty and staff are allowed access via their access cards 24/7. Incoming students will receive their access card at orientation.
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