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IMPORTANT 1098-T Information
Your 2013 1098-T statement is available now online at 1098T If you received an email from Tax Credit Reporting Service (TCRS) regarding your 2013 1098-T, the email is legit. The University of California has contracted with the Tax Credit Reporting Service (TCRS) to electronically produce your IRS Form 1098-T Tuition Statement.
Spring 2014 Quarter fees and tuition are assessed, and all authorized aid for the term will be credited to your UC Davis account. This appears as Estimated Financial Aid on your statement and will be applied to your outstanding balance. If you have an Amount Due, you must pay that amount by the Fee Payment Deadline, March 15, 2014 to avoid being dropped. For Financial Aid to fully disburse, you must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 units (waitlisted units do not count). Financial Aid will disburse to your account on March 21, 2014. Remainder refunds will be available for eligible students on March 27, 2014.
Any graduate student who has not paid the required fees for Winter 2014 by February 27, 2014 will have their Spring 2014 registration cancelled and will not be able to enroll in any course work for Spring 2014 until this financial obligation has been met.
Direct DepositPayments made to students, through Banner, are eligible for direct deposit service. Interested students can sign-up for this service online at http://directdeposit.ucdavis.edu, using their UCD Login ID and Kerberos password.
Payment NotificationsAll notifications to direct deposit recipients are made via e-mail. When the direct deposit participant establishes the service, they are asked to provide an e-mail address. Any changes made to their service, or payments made to their account, will generate an e-mail notification. Participants can sign up without an e-mail address, but they will not receive any notifications; therefore, it is strongly recommended that an e-mail address be provided. Payment notifications do not contain any sensitive information. Notifications of payment will simply direct the participant to login to the web site, http://directdeposit.ucdavis.edu, to get the details of the transaction. Note: There will be no printed payment confirmation (such as the SurePay statement) sent to the recipient. Note: Student Refund direct deposit enrollments will automatically expire 365 days after the last account activity. The student will need to re-enroll in order to continue to receive direct deposit. If you have any questions regarding this service, contact us at https://students.my.ucdavis.edu/ask_us/ or (530) 752-3646.