Webforms are submitted electronically. If you are required to submit a PDF you may choose from the following submission methods:
- Email - Submit documents using Contact An Expert.
- In-Person - Visit the Contact Us page for our office hours.
- Drop Box - A drop box is available just outside Dutton Hall located to the left of the main entrance.
In general, please allow 3-4 weeks to process forms and 6-8 weeks for appeals. Any requested documents submitted after the initial review require the same processing time frames.
Request to Pay Professional and Dual Degree Graduate Students
For departmental use when requesting payment to current UC Davis students. Be sure to read the corresponding instructions before processing the request for payment.
Prior-Year Debt Online Request
For students who have been notified of a prior-year debt affecting their financial aid.
Release of Financial Aid Information to an Institution
Used to request release of financial aid information to an institution.
Used to request release of financial aid information to Third-Party Individual(s). For information regarding Third-Party Authorization, please visit our Privacy page.
Student Change in Aid Forms
Alternative Student Expense Budget Request
For applicants with dependent children age 18 and under. Allows students to request alternative budget consideration.
Cost of Attendance Appeal
For use by students to request consideration of additional expenses that exceed the standard budget.
Family Contribution Appeal for Review of Parental or Student Contribution
As an exception, the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office may consider changes to a student's financial situation due to special circumstances.
Academic Participation Appeal / Supplemental Evidence of Academic Activity (SEVACT)
Used for submitting supplemental evidence of academic activity. Additional information can be found at participate.ucdavis.edu.
Graduate PLUS Loan Application
Apply for Graduate PLUS loans online at StudentLoans.gov.
Computer Purchase Request Form
Available during the academic year (October- May) as a Cost of Attendance Appeal.