Help With Finances

Campus Financial Resources

The Aggie Blue to Gold Financial Wellness Program  offers one-on-one appointments with peer advisors, information about managing and repaying student loans, online financial resources, tools for budgeting and debt management.

Aggie Cash

Aggie Cash turns your AggieCard (student ID card) into a debit card that can be used on campus and at some off-campus restaurants. You can buy Aggie Cash online through Student Housing and Dining Services.

ATMs on Campus

Bank of America, Chase Bank, Golden One Credit Union, Wells Fargo Bank and USE Credit Union all have ATMs on the UC Davis campus. The primary ATM hub is located on the east side of the Memorial Union.

Cashier and Payment Solutions Office

You can pay your student bills at the Cashier and Payment Solutions Office using cash, check, money order or cashier's check. You can also cash a check here and exchange currency.

Deferred Payment Plan

The Deferred Payment Plan allows students to pay eligible tuition and fees in monthly installments.  Students or their authorized users can self-enroll in the Deferred Payment Plan through mybill.ucdavis.edu.

Financial Aid and Scholarships

UC Davis is committed to making a college education affordable regardless of your or your family’s financial situation. The Financial Aid and Scholarships Office assists students with finding the funding they need. This may come in the form of grants, loans, scholarships and work-study. If you are an admitted or continuing student, you can get personalized financial aid information through MyAwards.

MyBill

MyBill is a 24/7 service for students and their authorized users to view bills, make payments and manage their student account.

Undergraduate and Prestigious Scholarships

Undergraduate and prestigious scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis for academic achievement and, in some cases, financial need. For full financial aid eligibility and consideration, you'll need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the annual priority deadline of March 2. The majority of UC Davis scholarships are not renewable, so you'll need to reapply every year.