In The News.

Aggie House will provide transitional living space for students struggling with homelessness, housing insecurity

UC Davis students Ashley Lo, Allie O’Brien and Katie Shen will be opening Aggie House, a transitional living space for students who are homeless or experiencing housing insecurity, during the 2021-2022 school year. Aggie House will be funded by a Basic Needs Student Innovation Grant which seeks grant proposals for student-run basic needs initiatives.

June 29, 2021

One Aggie Network

Students To Help Students Find Stable Housing

Last month I shared how I never stop marveling at the generosity and dedication of UC Davis parents. This month I’d like to talk about our amazing students, who are joining forces to address a growing problem at UC Davis and campuses nationwide: housing insecurity and homelessness among students.

November 23, 2020

Davis Vanguard

Student-Led Shelter Aggie House Helps Students Transition Into Homes In Fall 2021

The co-founders of Aggie House, a student-led transitional housing shelter, are promoting advocacy and awareness toward student housing insecurities within the Davis community as 7 percent of students annually experience homelessness and 18 percent experience housing insecurity.

January 27, 2021

UC Davis By Philanthropy 2021.

Aggie House has been fortunate enough to partner with the UC Davis Development & Alumni Relations Office. Our program was featured alongside the ASUCD Pantry in this video highlighting basic needs efforts on campus that have been supported by alumni and community fundraising.