Summer Financial Aid
Limited financial aid funds are available during Summer Sessions for undergraduates who filed a 2016-17 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or a Dream Act Application and meet one of the following criteria:
- Currently enrolled at UC Davis during spring 2017 quarter
- On an approved Planned Educational Leave Program (PELP) during spring 2017 quarter
- Newly admitted for fall 2017 (you must have a 2016-2017 FAFSA or Dream Act Application on file)
- Have not filed to graduate for spring 2017
Unit Requirement for Awarding
Summer financial aid is awarded based on initial enrollment dates and being registered or waitlisted in six (6) or more units. Aid will be subject to cancellation if you drop below six (6) units. The unit requirements and the schedule for disbursement are available on the Financial Aid for Summer website.
In March, the Summer Financial Aid page will be updated with revised information for Summer Sessions 2017.
Students Attending Other Campuses
You will be packaged once the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office verifies your enrollment. You must use the refund of your financial aid funds to pay summer charges at the school where you will be enrolled (fees will not be paid automatically). Your financial aid refund availability is based on the 2017 Important Summer Dates. The Financial Aid Office will verify your progress at the end of the summer. All other UC Davis summer financial aid requirements apply.
Note: Summer aid will pay all charges on your UC Davis student account before your financial aid refund is issued.
If you receive financial aid and subsequently cancel or withdraw from the University, you may be required to return financial aid funds received. Return of Title IV funds received is based on published schedules and the date you officially withdrew or canceled your registration. If you cancel or withdraw, submit a Summer Change in Aid to the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office immediately.