How Do I?
How do I pay my university fees?
UC Davis bills enrolled students electronically at mybill.ucdavis.edu; no paper statement is sent. In addition to making payments, you can view bills and manage your student account at mybill.
- Advantages of myBill.ucdavis.edu over paper:
- View and print previous statements (up to one year)
- Payments made on-line post to Banner immediately
- Authorize others (parents, etc.) to view and pay your bill
- Pay your account balance each month automatically, up to a maximum amount you specify
- Schedule future payments
- Available 24 hours a day Sunday–Friday, and 10:00 a.m. to midnight Saturday
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What forms of payment are accepted on the myBill website?
A: Electronic check and Discover Card payments are accepted.
Q: How long will it take to process my payment?
A: Your eCheck payment will appear immediately on your account. For purposes of payment deadlines, payments must be made on or before 11:59 p.m. the day of the deadline. Different banks process eChecks on different timelines, contact your bank for more information.
Q: What happens if I bounce an eCheck?
A: eChecks, like paper checks, are subject to a $25 return item fee if your bank returns the check to Student Accounting unpaid.
Q:Is there an additional fee for paying online?
A: Paying with an eCheck is free. Use of your Discover Card requires an additional payment of $12.
Q: May I use the credit card convenience checks I receive as eChecks?
A: No. At this time no credit card issuers permit their convenience checks to be used in this way.
Q: May I write an eCheck against an investment account or home equity line-of-credit account?
A: This depends upon the policies of your bank or brokerage. Please check with your banker or broker before attempting to write an eCheck against these types of accounts.
Q: May I write an eCheck against a foreign account?
A: Only if the issuing bank participates in the United States Federal Reserve Banking System. Please check with your bank before writing an eCheck on a foreign account.
More information is available on the Student Accounting Web site.