- Check the Billing Schedule for a list of scheduled billing dates. Each student has a financial statement of account with UC Santa Cruz. A statement of account is produced each month there is financial activity on an account and an unpaid balance over $5. Activities include items such as registration and housing fees, health insurance and health center charges, library charges, special class fees (posted to the account the third week of the quarter), financial aid credits/adjustments, cash payments, or adjustments to charges.
Enroll now in UCSC eBill/ePay through your student portal under Accounts and Billing. Invite other payers after you enroll. Give your parents access to your billing statement and allow them to pay online without giving up access to your student portal. Enrollment and transcript holds can be avoided by checking your portal often for due charges.
Please contact the originating unit for questions about specific charges. Contact us with any questions regarding account activities. Originating departments (e.g. the library for library processing fees) may also be contacted regarding charges or adjustments. If you need help understanding your bill please click here.
- Anticipated Financial Aid is not calculated into the Balance Due on your invoice. Please use the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office's Payment Estimator to assist you in determining the amount to pay. Simply reference your Statement of Account and enter the required information in the worksheet to determine the amount you owe, or the amount that is to be refunded to you.
- The invoice is available on UCSC eBill/ePay (see instructions at top of page) or the Student portal for students to print, email or download. Students may review their account activity online through their Student portal. A statement of account is produced each month that there are current charges and any balance forward.
As an outgrowth of the University's commitment to the student's privacy and protection against identity theft, the Office of Student Business Services will no longer accept requests from the students to release financial information to a parent or third party. Students are encouraged to use the Student Portal to obtain information about current charges and activity. All financial activity posted to the statement is considered confidential. Financial records are subject to privacy protections governed by the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. Please refer to this link for more information regarding FERPA.