2017 Summer Sessions Fees

Student Category

Course Fee

Summer Campus Fee

UC Undergraduate Student

$273 per unit

$302.92 per session

UC Graduate Student

$273 per unit

$171.47 per session

Non-UC Student1

$340 per unit

$302.92 per session

UC Career Staff

$273 per unit

$11 per session

1 Current UC Davis students who are filing for spring 2017 graduation are considered non-continuing for summer and pay the Non-UC Student Course Fee, and the Summer Campus fee.

Off-campus field courses: Additional program fees may be charged for courses offered in off-campus field courses.

Course Materials Fee: You will be charged fees in some courses for the use, rental, or consumption of materials or services necessary to provide a supplemental educational experience. For example, course materials fees may cover the purchase of chemicals and glassware for a science laboratory or art supplies for an art studio course, film rentals, field trips, or the purchase or rental of specific equipment. 

Course materials fees are non-refundable.

Summer Campus Fee: This fee covers the following services and initiatives: Student Services, Memorial Union, Student Health Center, Counseling and Psychological Services, Unitrans, Recreation, Student Facilities Fee, Facilities and Campus Enhancement Initiative, and Campus Expansion Initiative. The Provost has directed that all registered students must pay all elements of the summer campus fee with the exception of UC Davis career employees who are also registered students. This directive is consistent with the language included in the referenda for campus-based fees, including the summer campus fee, voted upon by the students.

Summer Application/Processing Fee: UC Davis no longer charges an application or processing fee.

The tuition, fees, and charges posted here are estimates based on currently approved amounts. These figures may not be final. Actual tuition, fees, and charges are subject to change by the Regents of the University of California and could be affected by State funding reductions. Accordingly, final approved levels (and thus a student’s final balance due) may differ from the amounts shown.