A Sponsor will typically cover tuition and approved mandatory fees that are set forth by the University (refer to Bursar’s website for the Fee Matrix). A Sponsor may opt-out to pay a specific charge such as tuition and fees for online/hybrid courses, concurrent courses at another institution, cross-enrollment, and/or health insurance. Charges not covered by the student’s sponsorship will remain the student’s financial responsibility.
Sponsorship does not mean all tuition and fee charges reflected on a student’s account will be covered by the Sponsor. Below is a list of changes that are not considered part of the University’s mandatory fees and must be paid by the Student:
The charges (above) will not be invoiced to a Sponsor unless specific language within the financial guarantee letter (FGL) clearly states the charge will be covered by the Sponsor.
It is important to view your UCDAccess account periodically. To view your account balance and statements, log into your UCDAccess account and click on Student Billing.
When a student has been classified as a Sponsored Student his/her account charges will be placed on a third party contract. A credit will be applied to the student’s account for the amount that is covered by the Sponsor.
IMPORTANT: Credit amounts applied to a student’s account do not represent an actual payment from the Sponsor. Credit amounts are the items your sponsor will be invoiced. Credit amounts are also subject to change at any time.
If a balance is due on your account, a monthly email and E-bill from the Bursar’s Office is sent to your UCD email address. Do not ignore these emails as it could mean:
Account balances not paid by the payment deadline will be accessed a monthly 1.75% service charge. A hold will be placed on an account if the account balances are $50.00 or more.