General University Fee
Fee supports student related programs and institutional services of those programs. These programs are, by definition, ancillary to the educational mission of the University and must generate a portion of their operating revenue through fees for services or sales charges. GUF provides support for such programs as Student Health Services, Athletics & Recreational Services, One Card Office, Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts, Student Activities and Student Union, and the Off Campus Student Services Office.
Fee supports IT services that directly benefit students, including hi-tech classrooms, software licensing and delivery, computers in common-use areas, and wireless. The fee does not cover surcharges for online courses.
Infrastructure Maintenance Fee (IMF)
Fee supports debt service associated with South Campus residence halls and partially supports Operating and Maintenance (O&M) costs related to UCONN 2000 construction projects as well as preventive and deferred maintenance.
Fee supports the campus shuttle bus service including bus maintenance, bus drivers, and administrative support.
Student Activity Fee
- Student Government Fee: A majority of the funds collected are allocated to the student organizations (including the yearbook) and area residence hall councils by the Undergraduate Student Government. The fee also supports student life through advocacy and outreach programs, and it is used to train current and up-and-coming leaders through annual attendance at student government conferences. For Storrs-based students, the following activities are supported through this fee:
- Student Newspaper Fee: Fee supports the production (in print and online) of the student run Daily Campus newspaper. The newspaper provides students with the opportunity to experience, first hand, all aspects of the newspaper industry.
- Student Union (SUBOG) Fee: Fee supports the programming efforts of the Student Union Board of Governors. Their mission is to enhance the educational, social, cultural and recreational environment at the University.
- WHUS Fee: Fee supports the student run radio station which broadcasts information and entertainment programming to the Storrs area. The radio station provides a publicly accessible learning environment in which interested students may participate in order to gain knowledge and experience in various aspects of radio broadcasting. The funds support programs and activities, promotions and advertising, sports, news, training, station development and wages.
- UCONN TV Fee: Fee supports the student run television station which provides students the opportunity, training and facilities to produce and broadcast television programming. The funds support equipment, supplies, student wages and travel expenses for industry conferences.
UConn PIRG Fee
A waivable fee is charged for students attending the Storrs and Hartford campuses. The UConn Public Interest Research Group is a student activism group that works on a number of issues relating to the environment, campaign finance reform, corporate watchdog causes, and other issues.