Undergraduate Student Drop for Non-Payment
Undergraduate students may be dropped from their classes if they have not paid their current university fees and any outstanding balance due by the Student Fee Payment Deadline: September 15th for fall quarter, December 15th for winter quarter, and March 15th for spring quarter, June 15th for Summer Session One, and July 15th for Summer Session Two. Payments are posted to the student account on a nightly basis, and all payments must be made by 2:00 p.m. (PT) at the Campus Cashiering Office, in Dutton Hall or via MyBill by 11:59 p.m. (PT).
If an undergraduate student’s classes are dropped for non-payment, all tuition & fees for that term will be removed from the student’s account. Once the drop for non-payment process is completed, paid wait-listed students are rolled into open classes before the registration freeze lifts and registration is re-opened for all students. Once the registration freeze is lifted, all students may access Schedule Builder to register or change class enrollments.
Undergraduate students who are dropped for non-payment remain eligible to register for classes. However, there is no guarantee that students who were dropped for non-payment will be able to register for the same classes that were dropped for non-payment.
Students who no longer wish to remain enrolled in classes for the term must complete a Cancellation/Withdrawal form. They should not use or expect the drop for the non-payment process to remove them from their classes, or relinquish them from their financial responsibility and obligations for the term.
Undergraduate Student Late Payment Deadline
Undergraduate Student Late Payment Deadlines
Fall 2023; Oct 10, 2023
Winter 2024; Jan 22, 2024
Spring 2024; Apr 12, 2024
Undergraduate students who register for the first time after the Registration Freeze, or those who re-register after being dropped for non-payment must pay all tuition & fees, and any outstanding balance due, by the Student Late Payment Deadline—this deadline is always the 10th day of instruction.
Undergraduate students who choose to pay more than five calendar days after the Student Fee Payment Deadline will be assessed a $45 late fee to process the untimely payment. These students must then make payment by the Student Late Payment Deadline—the 10th day of instruction.
Payments are posted to the student account on a nightly basis, and all payments must be made by 2:00 p.m. (PT) at the Campus Cashiering Office, in Dutton Hall or via MyBill by 11:59 p.m. (PT). If payment is not received by this deadline, undergraduate students will be administratively withdrawn and these students will remain financially liable for tuition & fees for the first 10 days of instruction as per the Schedule of Refunds.
Undergraduate students who are administratively withdrawn will need to apply for Readmission for a future quarter and pay the readmission application fee.
Graduate Student Drop for Non-Payment
Graduate Student Final Fee Payment Deadlines
Graduate students who have not paid tuition, fees, and any outstanding balance due by the Graduate Fee Payment Deadline will be canceled from their future term, and all registered classes for the future term will be dropped for non-payment. In addition, students who choose to pay more than five calendar days after the Graduate Fee Payment Deadline will be assessed a $45 late fee to process the untimely payment.
This deadline is always the Thursday within the eighth week of instruction.
Graduate students who wish to re-register after having been dropped for non-payment for the future term must:
- Pay all current term tuition & fees and any outstanding balance due.
- Take proof of payment to Graduate Studies in 250 Mrak Hall.
- Once activated, register for classes via Schedule Builder.
Graduate students who choose to withdraw from the current term or not to be reactivated for the future term, are still responsible for current term tuition, fees and any outstanding balance due. If their future term is not re-activated, they may be required to formally reapply to a UC Davis graduate program for any future term.