The UCSB Cashier's Office secures proper campus cash collection deposits in accordance with regulations and guidelines.
Please Note: Checks are payable to The Regents of the University of California, or to the UC Regents. At this time UCSB Cashier's Office does not accept debit cards.
We continue to process deposits received at the Cashier's Office drop slot and mailed payments at least twice per week. For circumstances that may require special arrangements (such as making an appointment for in-person services or the reporting of certain payments received), please contact Adrienne Brunasso, Cashier Manager email@example.com.
For questions about payments or deposits, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Making payments and deposits
The Cashier's Office has a drop slot that may be used for payments and deposits on the exterior of our office at 1212 SAASB.
When preparing your deposit, please include your Mail Code so that we can send a receipt to your office. You may write it on the tamper-evident deposit bag, or include it inside with your items. Thank you!
- Students may use the green envelopes provided to put payments into the drop slot. Instructions are posted on the building, or click here for details. Payments will be reflected online in student MyBARC accounts (https://mybarc.ucsb.edu), however there may be delays in posting.
- Departments may use the tamper-evident deposit bags provided to put deposits into the drop slot. Instructions are posted on the building, or click here for details. Deposit receipts will be held by the Cashier's Office until normal operations resume.
Phone: (805) 893-2177
Location: The Billing and Cashier's Offices are located in the Student Affairs Administrative Services Building (SAASB) on the ground floor of the south wing.
UCSB Cashier's Office
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-2003
Please note that the Cashier's Office no longer provides notary services. You may contact the Registrar's Office at (805) 893-3592 to inquire about notary services available through that office, or utilize one of the many local notaries available in the community.