STUDENT FEE DESCRIPTIONS 2019-2020 RATES PER SEMESTER
*Rates are for 12-18 credits. See usu.edu/registrar/tuition/ for full list of credits and corresponding fees under “Tuition and Fee Schedules”.
ACTIVITY FEE ($36.93): Used by the Associated Student Government of USU and the Student Involvement and Leadership Center to improve the quality of student life for the entire student body.
STUDENT MEDIA FEE (part of Activity Fee): The Statesman has been the university student newspaper since 1902. Located in the Taggart Student Center, the Statesman is written by students for students.
BUILDING FEE ($147.19): This fee provides a source of funds to be used for debt service on portions of the 1) Student Fee and Housing System bonds and 2) Student Fee/Spectrum Recreation Facilities Systems Bonds. In addition, this fee provides funds for operations, maintenance, capital renewal, activities, and usage of the Taggart Student Center and Aggie Recreational Center facilities.
ATHLETICS FEE ($138.33): Supports the Aggie Athletes and Athletics department.
AGGIE SHUTTLE FEE ($20.95): Helps support the operation of the 11 buses. For route information and the bus live-location tracker visit aggiebus.com
HEALTH SERVICES FEE ($45.23): Provides access to physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, medical assistants, laboratory technologists, health educators, pharmacists, dietitians, counseling, and radiology services.
TECHNOLOGY FEE ($66.81): Provides full access to 12 computer labs and the multi-media center. Each semester, students receive $2.10 of free printouts on their student ID card with full access to printers and scanners.
MUSIC & THEATER FEE ($10.61): Used to offset production costs for performances by the Departments of Music and Theater Arts, allows current USU students to attend those performances at no cost.
BLUE GOES GREEN FEE ($3.03): Enables sustainable initiatives at USU through campus awareness events and the facilitation of the Blue Goes Green (BGG) Student Grant. For involvement opportunities, grant, and current project information, call 435.797.0964 or visit the sustainability website.