Parents: Money matters
2100 Dutton Hall
Student Accounting oversees fees billing and payment as well as loan collection.
Billing Statements — At UC Davis, billing statements are provided electronically on about the 22nd day of each month. No paper statements are created for enrolled students. Once available, statements can be viewed by students at MyBill. Students can share access to their online statements by creating "authorized users." Students and their authorized users are sent an e-mail notification when a new bill is posted.
Registration Fee Deferred Payment Plan — This installment plan gives students an opportunity to pay their quarterly registration fees in three monthly payments. Students self-enroll through their SisWeb account, and parents can download a form and pay by check. Deadlines apply.
Direct Deposit for Overpayments — Students may have refunds for overpayments deposited directly to their bank accounts. These payments could result from financial aid, stipends or any other student account credit balances. Students who enroll for direct deposit will receive e-mail notification of any deposit activity.
1200 Dutton Hall
The Cashier’s Office accepts the following methods of payment for fees and charges: e-payments through MyBill, check, bank draft, money order and cash. The Discover credit card can be used with a $12 transaction fee. Payment by check should be made payable to "UC Regents" and mailed to:
University of California, Davis
PO Box 989062
West Sacramento, CA 95798-9062
Payment by cash must be made in person at the Cashier’s Office in Dutton Hall. Any non-cash payments may also be placed in Cashier’s night drop box outside Dutton Hall.
1100 Dutton Hall
(530) 754-6073 (TTY)
The Financial Aid Office provides financial assistance in the form of scholarships. loans, grants and Work-Study employment. To apply, students are required to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). A special section of the Web site provides information for parents.
Financial Aid Online — Students may use this online awards Web site to check the status of their financial aid awards and accept or decline awards. The system indicates if a student needs to obtain and complete any documents before funds can be disbursed.
Computer Purchase Program — In keeping with the UC Davis Computer Ownership guidelines, the Financial Aid Office can provide additional assistance for financial aid recipients who require additional funding to purchase a computer. Through the Computer Purchase Program, students may receive up to $1,900 once during their academic career to purchase a computer.
Work-Study — The Federal Work-Study program allows students to earn part of their support through part-time employment and gain valuable work experience. Because a portion of an eligible student’s wages is paid by the federal government, Work-Study offers an incentive to employers. To apply, students must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Postings for jobs eligible for Work-Study are available online.
Short-Term Loans — These short-term loans are designed to meet temporary or emergency financial needs of students, are interest free and must be repaid within 30 days. Loan funds are provided by UC Davis alumni, the Associated Students of UC Davis, the Cal Aggie Foundation, the Regents of the University of California and private donors.
Student Information System (SISWEB)
Student may use the Student Information System for viewing their account and financial aid status in addition to enrolling in classes, adjusting their class schedule, printing an unofficial academic record, updating their address and much more.
Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards
UC Davis recognizes outstanding students with scholarships awarded on the basis of academic excellence and exceptional promise. The Scholarship Office administers about 2,000 undergraduate scholarships. In addition to academic records, items reviewed during the selection process may include letters of recommendation, test scores and a personal essay stating the student’s goals and objectives. Some awards are limited to students in specific majors or colleges, from a certain geographical area, of a particular class standing or with demonstrated financial need. Lists of scholarships from UC Davis and other organizations are available online.
Student Employment Center
1210 Dutton Hall
The Student Employment Center advertises on- and off-campus student employment opportunities. Full-time, part-time and temporary jobs are available throughout the calendar year, with new listings posted daily. Registered students may access employment opportunities from their own computers or through those at the center. In the spring, the center organizes the Summer Job Fair, at which undergraduates can meet with on- and off-campus employers offering full- and part-time summer work.
Internship and Career Center
South Hall and Buehler Alumni and Visitors Center
The Internship and Career Center assists students in career planning and integrating academic, career and personal interests; and sponsors workshops and on-campus recruiting and career fairs. The internship program provides students with opportunities to supplement classroom learning with internships in a wide variety of business and non-profit settings in the United States and abroad.