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Student Accounting and Cashiers & Payment Solutions Office will be closed November 25th and 26th for the Thanksgiving Holiday.

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Student Accounting

Important updates on services and deadlines

Update on Fall Quarter Billing
  • Update on Important Dates and Direct Deposit
  • Winter 2022 tuition and fees have been assessed, and all authorized financial aid for the term should be credited to your UC Davis account. This appears as Estimated Aid on your statement and will be applied to your outstanding balance.  If you have an Amount Due, you must pay that amount by the Fee Payment Deadline, Wednesday, December 15, 2021 to avoid being dropped from your Winter Quarter Classes.  For Financial Aid to fully disburse, you must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 units (wait listed units do not count).  Approved financial aid will disburse to your account on December 27, 2021 and Winter Quarter Refunds will be available for eligible students on January 03, 2022.

    For Graduate Students ONLY, your Final Fee Payment Deadline is February 24, 2022.  Any Graduate Student with a balance after February 24, 2022 will be cancelled from their future term.  All registered classes for the future term will be dropped for non-payment and a late registration fee will be assessed.

    For students mailing a payment, please note the new payment address in the statement. All other payment methods remain unchanged.

Office Hours and Online Resources
  • Our Office is Now Open!
  •   • You can login into MyBill to check your student account and make payments online.

      • If you are receiving a refund, we encourage you to sign-up for Direct Deposit here.

      • If you have a question for Student Accounting, please email us at

Guidance on student accounts.

Student Accounting assists campus faculty, staff, and students in meeting their teaching, research, and operational needs by providing effective and efficient disbursement of student financial aid.

Keeping the University Running During Suspended Operations