Information about Student Financial Assistance
All other students: information is available on the following webpages
If you participate in a study abroad program that is approved for credit by the university, your enrollment may be considered enrollment at UC Davis for the purpose of applying for assistance under the Federal Student Aid programs. For information on study abroad visit the Study Abroad Center website.
Student Loan Code of Conduct
The university adheres to the University of California Code of Conduct in Regard to Preferred Lender Arrangements.
Terms/Conditions of Employment Provided as Financial Aid (Work-Study)
Visit our Student Employment information page for additional information about on-campus employment.
Loan Entrance and Exit Counseling Requirement
Students must complete an on-line entrance counseling before receiving a Federal Direct Loan. Federal Direct Loan and Federal Perkins lon borrowers must complete exit counseling after ceading enrollment or dropped below half-time enrollment (6 or fewer units). Details on Direct Loan extrance counseling are available at studentloans.gov. Details on Perkins exit counseling are available at Financial CounselorTM
Tax Credit and Benefits
Depending on your eligibility you may be able to claim educational tax credits:
- The campus will send you a 1098-T form which includes expenses paid to UC in “qualified expenses” (mainly required tuition and fees) and also how much gift aid students received in the past year. If you need an additional copy or wish to view your 1098-T information, students can go online at 1098-T.com or call Tax Credit Relief Service (TCRS) at 1-877-467-3821. For additional information regarding the 1098-T please contact the UC Davis Student Accounting Office.
- Learn about Tax Benefits for Education through the IRS.
- The National Association for Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) also addresses information on Tax Breaks for Higher Education.