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ASCSU approves fiscal year 2017 student fees

The Associated Students of Colorado State University approved the fiscal year 2017 student fee recommendations made by the student fee review board, which will go into effect in the Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 semesters.

According to the wording of the bill, the fee for Ram Events is contingent on the requirements that the organization will “advertise better to traditionally underrepresented groups on campus such as Graduate and INTO students,” and that the organization will not raise the fee above 10 dollars in the future. This year, the fee is set at $9.21.

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The Student Fee Review Board decided to increase fees for the following students:

  • Full-time, on campus student fall and spring–total: $1,168.14
  • Part-time, on-campus student fall and spring–total: $284.82
  • Part-time, off-campus student fall and spring–total: $215.73
  • Full-time, on-campus student summer–total: $799.60
  • Part-time, on-campus student summer–total: $227.67

The board decreased fees for the following students:

  • Full-time, off-campus student fall and spring–total: $471.70
  • Full-time, off-campus student summer–total: $424.28
  • Part-time, off-campus student summer–total: $185.31

The excel document with the full descriptions for each type of student can be downloaded here.

In the table below, red indicates a fee that was increased this year, green indicates fees that decreased this year ASCSU  and black text indicates no change from last year. A dash indicates that a fee will not be charged and has not ever been charged for that area.

Fee Area

Full-Time, On-Campus Student Fall and Spring

Full-Time, Off-Campus Student Fall and Spring

Adult Learner and Veteran Services

$7.49

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$3.75

Associated Students of Colorado State University (ASCSU)

$24.45

$12.23

Alternative Transportation Fee Advisory Board (Transfort)

$18.80

$9.40

Athletics

Operations

$109.85

 $0.00

Debt Service

$5.07

$2.54

Facilities Debt Service

$0.00

– 

Campus Recreation

Student Recreation Center

$66.11

 $0.00

Facilities Debt Service

$56.97

$28.49

Recreational Sports Office

$16.07

 –

Career Center

$31.22

$31.22

Committee for Disabled Students Accessibility

$0.48

$0.24

Conflict Resolution & Student Conduct Services

$7.34

$7.34

CSU Health Network

University Counseling Center

$44.24

 –

Hartshorn Health Services

$166.56

– 

Facilities Construction1

$35.03

 –

Interpersonal Violence Response and Safety

$4.25

$2.13

Lory Student Center

Operations

$102.07

 $0.00

Facilities Construction/Renovations

$76.21

$38.11

RamEvents

$9.21

 –

Off-Campus Life

$5.40

 –

RamRide

$5.95

 –

School of the Arts

$13.70

– 

Student Leadership Involvement & Community Engagement

$18.16

– 

Student Legal Services

$7.26

 –

Subtotal

$831.89

$135.45

University Facility Fee

$311.25

$311.25

University Technology Fee

$25.00

$25.00

TOTAL FY 17 Fees

$1,168.14

$471.70

Increase/Decrease vs. FY 16

+39.40

-6.69

 

Collegian reporter Erin Douglas can be reached at news@collegian.com or on twitter @erinmdouglas23.

 

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