- Board Structure
- Apply for Funding
- Resources & Finances
The Arizona Board of Regents approved the Student Services Fee in 2009. The Student Services Fee Board allocates approximately $3 million each year to departments in the Student Affairs and Academic Initiatives division.
The Student Services Fee funds projects that enhance the student experience and positively impact student life. The fee has funded a broad variety of projects providing expanded services and programs for UA students including:
Departments from across Student Affairs and Academic Initiatives have applied for funding including; ASUA Student Government, Graduate & Professional Student Council, Office of Student Financial Aid, Veterans Education & Transition Services, and the Thrive Center.
UA students help determine where funds are directed, via a comprehensive surveys issued each year. The Student Services Fee Advisory Board (SSFAB) recommends funding priorities. University oversight of the Board is provided through the Student Affairs and Enrollment Management office, and funds are distributed following established University business procedures and policies.
for project proposals are typically submitted in early December with proposal
review occurring early in the Spring Semester. Information about how to apply
for funding and the specific dates that the application opens and closes may be found on the Apply For Funding Page.
General comments and questions may be submitted to the SSFAB through this form.
The next open board meeting is TBD.
Agendas and minutes from previous meetings are available in the Board Documents & Reports section.
The fee is $75 per semester (prorated based on units enrolled) and is paid by all UA students. The fee is $40 for students who enrolled prior to Fall of 2017.