What are the tuition and fees for UC Davis graduate students?
The cost of graduate study at UC Davis for an individual student may vary based on a number of factors, including but not limited to the following:
- The specific graduate program in which the student is enrolled. Some graduate programs at UC Davis are considered professional degree programs or self-supporting degree programs and may have different tuition and fee levels.
- Whether the student is a resident of the state of California for tuition purposes. Because UC Davis is a California public university, the state subsidizes tuition for residents of California. Visit our tuition & fees page for additional information.
- What financial support the student will receive from the graduate program and/or the university. Many UC Davis graduate programs are committed to providing their students with financial support during their graduate study. For more details, visit our main financial support page.
Tuition & Fee amounts are set by the Regents of the University of California and are subject to change. To find the current UC Davis Tuition & Fee amounts for academic graduate students, please visit the UC Davis Budget & Institutional Analysis website.