Academic Applications

The primary focus of the Enterprise Student Applications team is to manage the student information system (SIS), and to enhance and maintain automated systems that meet the service standards for students, faculty, and staff. The student affairs technology and tools supported by the team are described below with links to more information on the UC Davis IT Catalog.


Banner is UC Davis' primary application for staff and faculty to access student information. Banner holds student record information in a centralized database while making the information available to legitimate users campus-wide. For more information, go to the Banner service page in the IT Catalog, or for support, contact IT Express at (530) 754-HELP (4357).

Infrastructure Support Services

Infrastructure Support Services (ISS) provides computing services to departments within Student Affairs. By centralizing and leveraging services across the division, ISS is able to provide enterprise level solutions while reducing departmental costs. ISS works in an ever-changing technical environment to provide users the best solutions for their diverse needs.

Enrollment Management

Enrollment management is the coordinated effort that advances and tracks students from prospect to enrolled student and beyond. It includes many of the technical tools and services involved in managing UC Davis' financial aid, registration, orientation and student life.


​​Myucdavis ( is a campus site that consolidates several UC Davis Web applications and online services into one centralized location. A single login gives UC Davis students access to information, tools, and resources relevant to their academic pursuits. For more information, visit the IT Catalog myucdavis service detail page, or for support, contact IT Express at (530) 754-HELP (4357).

Student Advising Technology

Advising technology at UC Davis includes tools to support and enhance the educational planning process, for both students and advisors. The tools include the Online Advising Student Information System (OASIS), an Advising Appointment System for coordinating student-advisor interactions, and the Residence Hall Advising Team (RHAT) resources, for students living in the residence halls. Advisor access to these tools is granted by the appropriate staff within the advising office affiliated with the college for the academic unit. Questions about these tools can be directed to members of the Student Advising Technology team, or answered by the college advising offices. 

Student Information Systems 

The UC Davis Student Information System (SIS) is a collaboration of key student information systems and applications that provide student and curriculum services for the campus community.