The type of funding a student is eligible for is determined by information from a student's Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or California Dream Act Application (CADAA). Depending on your Expected Family Contribution (EFC), our office may offer you a variety of assistance that may be comprised of more than one award type. Factors that may affect your eligibility for financial aid include income level, enrollment status, or grade point average.
Admitted or continuing students must log in to MyAwards to view their aid package and requirements. Types of aid that might be included in your aid package may include:
There are four programs to help students and families pay for tuition and fees at UC Davis.
- Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan
- Your family earns less than $80,000
- Aggie Grant Plan
- Your family earns from $80,000 to $120,000
- Middle Class Scholarship
- Your family earns up to $201,000
- Native American Opportunity Plan
- You are a California student enrolled in federally recognized Native American, American Indian, and/or Alaska Native tribe.
- Summer Sessions and Summer Sessions Abroad
- Study Abroad, Quarter Abroad and Summer Study Abroad
- Intercampus Visitors
- UC Davis Washington Program
- University of California Center Sacramento (UCCS)