The UC Davis Deferred Payment Plan (DPP) allows for eligible tuition and fees to be paid in monthly installments due by the 15th of each month.
Students or their authorized users can self-enroll in DPP at MyBill. Only students who owe at least $150 in tuition and qualifying fees after all discounts, financial aid and other credits have been applied to their account can choose to defer payment. A non-refundable application fee applies ot participate in DPP.
For current tuition and fee amounts, visit Tuition & Fees.
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Deferred Payment Plan FAQs
- Can I make monthly payments?
- Yes, you can make monthly payments by enrolling on Deferred Payment Plan (DPP).
- What is the Deferred Payment Plan?
- We offer the Deferred Payment Plan, DPP to all UC Davis students. The deferred payment plan allows students to be paid in monthly installments due by the 15th of each month.
- What fees are included in the DPP?
- Tuition and fees eligible for the Deferred Payment Plan include: Tuition & Fees, Student Housing Fees, Health Insurance, and Document Fee.
- How do I enroll?
- Please visit How to Enroll for further information on enrollment for the Deferred Payment Plan.
- I am enrolled in the DPP and was charged a $10 Late Fee even though my installment amount was automatically deducted from my bank account. Why is this?
- Fees that are not included in the Deferred Payment plan require a separate payment along with the installment. If you received a late fee then you have not paid all of what is due. In order to ensure that you are capturing all fees that are not included in the Deferred Payment Plan, please view the “Other Charges Not Included in Plan” under the Current Account status page of the MyBill and be sure to pay these in addition to your installment amount by the given due date.
- I can't make the payment by the fee payment deadline. What should I do?
We recommend contacting the Financial Aid Office for any other funding options. If this is not an option, please consider enrolling in our Deferred Payment Plan.
- Why do I keep receiving notifications that my DPP keeps changing?
Your DPP will automatically adjust as aid adjusts on the account. If you receive additional Financial Aid, your DPP installments will adjust to become lower or even possibly pay the plan off if enough aid is disbursed. If aid is pulled back, you will need to pay this portion back to UC Davis as those funds were already used to pay a portion of your tuition and fees.
- Can I sign up for DPP during the summer?
- Yes, you can sign up for DPP for Summer Sessions 1 and 2. DPP is not available for Special Summer Session or Summer Abroad.
Under the deferred payment plan, prior-term balances, plus plan application fee and non-deferrable charges must be paid in addition to the first installment in order to avoid Drop for Non-Payment process.
You will not be fully enrolled in the Deferred Payment Plan until the first payment is received. Subsequent installment amounts will be included in the “Amount Due” figure listed on the monthly billing statement.
If the installment payments are not credited to the account by the due date, the following may occur:
- Your account will be assessed a late fee
- A block may be placed on your transcript, diploma, and registration for future terms
- You may be dropped from your scheduled classes
- You will not be able to register for future terms
- Other collection actions as determined by the University