COVID-19

Following the UC Davis campus guidance on Coronavirus our office our closed.  The best way to reach us during this time is via email or phone.  
Important contacts:  Main office - email: , phone: (530)752-0703.  Advising - email: or visit the advising website.  Department Chair, Cody Gilmore - email:.   To reach individual faculty, the best way is email.  See our faculty pages.

Current Remote Office Hours - this document will be updated as necessary

Graduate Forms and Information

Graduate Handbooks and other information
2014 Graduate Program Handbook
Current Philosophy graduate program handbook
2012 Graduate Program Handbook
2012-2013 Graduate Students are advised to be aware of the contents of this handbook and relevant parts of the UC Davis General Catalog for the year in which they entered the program.
2009 Graduate Program Handbook
Revised, 2009-2010 Graduate Students are advised to be aware of the contents of this handbook and relevant parts of the UC Davis General Catalog for the year in which they entered the program.
Teaching Assistant Advice
Teaching Handbook - Advice from Philosophy Graduate Student TAs to Philosophy Graduate Student TAs
Teaching Handbook
Rules & Regulations Handbook for Philosophy Graduate Student TAs, RAs, & AIs
2006 Graduate Handbook
Revised, 2006-2007 - Graduate Students are advised to be aware of the contents of this handbook and relevant parts of the UC Davis Catalog of the year in which they entered the program.
2012 MA Checklist and Timeline
This checklist and time-line are designed for students in the M.A. track. (There is a separate checklist for students in the Ph.D. track.) The checklist should enable students to track their own progress through the program requirements. For full details about the requirements, see the official requirements as found in the Graduate Handbook.
2012 PhD Checklist and Timeline
This checklist and time-line are designed for students in the Ph.D. track. (There is a separate checklist for students in the M.A. track.) The checklist should enable students to track their own progress through the program requirements. For full details about the requirements, see the official requirements as found in the Graduate Handbook.