Undergraduate Cost of Attendance
The UC Davis Cost of Attendance is an estimated figure used to determine financial aid eligibility. It includes tuition and fees as well as average amounts for standard expenses such as books, supplies, room, board, and other living expenses for three-quarters of study. Keep in mind, your actual costs may differ. Eligible expenses must occur between mid-September through mid-June. Our office reserves the right to exercise professional judgment to deny requests that are not considered direct educational expenses.
Tuition Stability Plan
Beginning in fall 2022, the University of California will keep systemwide student tuition and fees at a flat rate for up to six years beyond a student's first enrolled term. This plan will provide cost predictability for students, as systemwide tuition and fees represent a considerable percentage of the total cost of attendance. Campus-based fees and other costs, such as housing and health insurance, are not included in this plan and are subject to change each year. Learn more about UC’s Tuition Stability Plan.