Student Life, Housing, and On-Campus Activities
Volunteer opportunities, clubs, student government, housing information, and social events are all listed on the TU Student Life website. Student Services also maintains information on local housing options that are exclusive to TUC students, faculty, and staff. We do not currently offer on-campus housing, but there are plans to.
Many students volunteer at the Student-Run Free Clinic. The Student-Run Free Clinic is a health clinic located in the Norman C. King Community
Center in Vallejo, and is staffed by Touro students and faculty. It opened its door
on October 6, 2010, and has served hundreds of members of the community free of charge.
The clinic was co-founded by students in all medical programs including our own program
director, Joy Moverley.
The Touro Mobile Diabetes Education Center (MOBEC) is a state-of-the-art mobile trailer operated by TUC Diabetes Research, Education and Management (DREAM) team with the help of student volunteers to bring FREE diabetes screening and education to the people of Solano County.
Check out The “Touro California Record”, a newsletter about what current faculty, staff and students at the Touro University California are achieving!
Click here to learn more about our on campus dining options and menus! As a Jewish sponsored institution, all of our food is Kosher and blessed by our on-campus Rabbi. We currently have two locations on campus for food: Touro Kafe located in the former Officer’s Club in Farragut Inn, and the Touro Bistro, in Lander Hall.
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Classes are held accross the TUC campus. Many PA and PH courses are held in Farragut Inn, Lecture Halls A and B, and in the Library classrooms. Anatomy classes and many hands-on classes are held in Lander Hall.
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