The following information will help you to navigate through the housing payment process.
- Housing room and board or rent fees are billed through the Billing, Accounts Receivable, and Collections System (BARC). To view the balance on your BARC account, please visit the BARC website.
- Quarterly payments for Residence Halls and Undergraduate Apartments are due on the first of the month in which payment is due (typically September, December, and March; check your contract for more detailed information).
- Monthly payments for Family Student Housing and Graduate Apartments are due on the first of each month.
- Housing payments are made along with all BARC payments and can be made online or in person at the Cashier's Office, Student Affairs Building, SAASB 1212, Monday through Friday, 9am-4pm. The mailing address for payment is Cashier’s Office, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1212 SAASB Santa Barbara, CA 93106-2003. Make checks payable to Regents of the University of California and always put your student identification number (PERM number) on your check.
- Please note that quarterly payments for Residence Halls and Undergraduate Apartments are billed by the number of days per quarter in each of three quarters. Each payment installment may not have the same amount of days so each quarter's charges may differ slightly. However, the monthly or annual total will reflect the information on our rates page. Additionally, a payment plan in which each quarter is billed in three parts is available by contacting BARC.
- Changing your housing payment plan:
- Undergraduate students: go through BARC
- Graduate students: email University & Community Housing Services at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name, perm number, your current payment plan, and your preferred payment plan. You may pay one annual payment, three quarterly payments, or nine monthly payments.to change from quarterly to monthly.
- If you anticipate difficulty with the payment schedule, contact BARC to set up a payment plan prior to the due date to discuss payment options.