Student Technology Fee
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What is the Student Technology Fee?
The Technology Fee Advisory Committee was established in 2002 to develop the College's plans for use of the revenues from the new student technology fee adopted by the University Board of Trustees. The committee was charged with developing a budget plan in accordance with guidelines established by the University as to the expenditure of these funds and to maximize input across the College community. Effective Fall 2008 semester, Student Technology Fees will be $100 per semester for full-time students and $50 for part time students in order to accommodate for increased expenses and inflation. To read the resolution passed by the Executive Community of the University Board of Trustees, click here
How does Student Technology Fee work?
The Student Technology Fee ("Tech Fee") was created as an interactive way to enhance technology available to students on all CUNY campuses. Fees collected from students are held in reserve to fund projects that have a "demonstrable affect" on the student body. Each campus has an advisory committee that consists of administrative staff, faculty and student representatives that oversee budget allocation and project approval however, Tech Fee is totally dependent on the entire college community for it's functioning: without proposals submitted by students, faculty, and staff, there would be no projects to fund.
Tech Fee accepts proposals all year to be reviewed by committee for the upcoming fiscal year. If you are interested in submitting a proposal online you may do so now by logging on to My Tech Fee.
For further questions, contact email@example.com 524 West 59th street, Room L2.73.13 New York, NY 10019
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