Services and Activities & Fees
The Services and Activities (S&A) Fees Committee’s functions are to (1) recommend allocation distributions for the student services and activities fees of the its designated campus, (2) review and approve the S&A fee percentage annually, and (3) determine allocated fee expenditures are in agreement with state law and University policy.
Services and Activities fees are one component of the total tuition and fees that students pay. S&A fees can only be used to support non-academic activities, events, facilities/equipment, and programming.
WHO MAY REQUEST FUNDS?
Any WSU Spokane group, organization or individual may request funds.
WHAT CAN FUNDS BE USED FOR?
Service & Activities Fees are allocated for the express purpose of funding student services and activities and are not for the direct support of academic programs. State law requires that if programs funded are devoted to political or economic philosophies, a spectrum of ideas shall be presented. Other criteria for awarding funds are:
- Providing a student environment which contributes to cultural and social growth;
- Providing services/activities and facilities that are otherwise unavailable; and,
- A reasonable balance between events aimed at attracting the highest student attendance and events aimed at specific community and/or cultural events.
WHAT IS THE SOURCE OF THE FUNDING?
A portion of WSU Spokane student tuition is earmarked as “Services and Activities (S and A) Fees.”
S&A Fees Allocation
S & A fees are allocated by a Student Fee Committee based on funding requests. These fees are designed to support students in numerous ways including services, activities, and programs. The following buttons provides a breakdown of how those fees have been allocated historically. If you have questions, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org .
S&A Fee Committee Meeting