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Student Technology Fees

Tuesday, September 17, 2002


Many institutions use student technology fees to augment institutional support of student computing. These focused fee structures provide targeted allocations for student-related technology activities. There is tremendous variation in how student technology fees are determined, the amount of the fees, the process for allocating funds, the expenditures for which fees may be used, and the accountability measures used to protect the entire process. This Research Bulletin explores how institutions set, allocate, and account for student technology fees.

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