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Student Technology Fee

What is the Student Technology Fee?

The Technology Fee Advisory Committee was established in 2002 to develop the College's plans for use of the revenues from the new student technology fee adopted by the University Board of Trustees. The committee was charged with developing a budget plan in accordance with guidelines established by the University as to the expenditure of these funds and to maximize input across the College community. Effective Fall 2015 semester, Student Technology Fees will be $125 per semester for full-time students and $62.50 for part-time students in order to accommodate for increased expenses and inflation.

What is the Student Innovation Funding for Special Projects?

The Student Innovation Funding for Special Projects (SIFSP) provides BCC students, faculty and staff with an opportunity to submit project proposals to be funded by the Student Technology Fee. The project proposal must confirm to either one or more of the components given below:

  • Broadening/enhancing the quality of the academic experience
  • Providing additional student access to technology
  • Increasing integration of technology into the curriculum.
  • Conduct faculty mentored research using cutting-edge technology

SIFSP are selected by an advisory committee chaired by a faculty and consists of BCC students, multi-disciplinary faculty and administrative staff. Every year, the committee, oversees budget allocation and approves projects that merit funding. 

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