The Student Technology Fee Committee will review the applications by the end of March and forward recommendations for funding to the President.
Each Student Technology Fee Committee member reviews submitted proposals and scores each one on a scale of 1 (very weak) to 5 (very strong) on each of the following criteria:
Overall Impact: Does the project fit within the Criteria for Student Technology Fee Expenditures?
Significance. Does the proposal impact a large number of students or does the proposal have a deep impact on a smaller number of students?
Innovation. Does the proposal seek to advance the use of technology in the service of teaching and learning or to advance the co-curricular goals of the BCC Experience?
Approach. Are the overall strategy, methodology, and analyses well-reasoned and appropriate to accomplish the specific aims of the project?
Investigator(s). If a student or student organization submits the proposal, is there a faculty or staff sponsor identified? If the investigator/author of the proposal has received Student Technology Fee funding in the past, have they completed the final report and/or any other required reporting?
Support. Have the appropriate stakeholders been involved in the planning, to ensure success of the project? Examples include Student Life, Physical Facilities, IT Services, etc. If there are ongoing costs, has a source for those been identified?
The President makes the final selection and notify the applicants directly. All applicants will be required to submit a final report for their project by end of fiscal year.