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What are student fees?
At Eastern Oregon University, the fees that each student pays are broken down into 5 major categories.
Incidental Fees, also referred to as Student Fees are a portion of money collected from students to give back to different student groups. These dollars are allocated by students that sit on the Student Fee Committee (SFC) who serve as representatives of the EOU student body. The purpose of these fees is to fund programs and activities which, in addition to the traditional academic elements of the University, further the cultural, educational, and physical development of the students at large.
Budget Proposals are due in January 2022 (Budget Packets are available late fall term & may be requested at that time).
Student Fee Budget Documents
Student Fee Committee Guidelines
Where do my Student Fees go?
Incidental Fees, or Student Fees, are currently used to fund the following organizations:
The Student Fee at Eastern Oregon University is currently $310 per term for on campus students and $28 for online students. The SFC allocates approximately $1.2 – $1.4 million to 17 different organizations on campus.
Who is the SFC?
The SFC is composed of:
Director for Financial Affairs for ASEOU (chair)
Eight Voting Members, which include: ASEOU President, 3 ASEOU Senators and 4 students-at-large
Interested in joining the SFC? Then, apply to be a Student-at-Large representative! Click here to apply.
The Responsibilities of the SFC
The Student Fee Committee has the authority and responsibility to:
Why Student Fees Are Important
Student fees are part of the educational mission of the University:
Student fees are controlled by students to help maintain student autonomy:
Student fees support a marketplace of ideas:
ACTIVE CLUBS &ORGANIZATIONS
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