Student Activity Fee FAQ
Student activity fees funds student groups, services and programs for students and Bronx Community College. Students pay student activity fees along with their tuition payment. The amount of student activity fees varies from campus to campus at CUNY.
- Commencement and Graduation Award Ceremony
- Printing of graduation diplomas
- Purchase of diploma covers
- Support for the Early Childcare Center
- Purchase of Athletics equipment and transportation to and from away games
- Student Government Association and University Student Senate
- Chartered Student Clubs and College Wide Organizations
- Student centered events and activities including leadership opportunities, conferences, New Student Orientation, Freshman Convocation
- Improvements to College Facilities
- Study abroad opportunities
- BCC Art Gallery and Music Performances
- Various health services and medical supplies for students
At Bronx Community College, full time students pay $77.60 per semester; part time students pay $52.60 per semester. The amount of student activity fees varies from campus to campus at CUNY anywhere from around $40 to about $165
Student activity fees are paid each fall, spring and summer semester a student is registered for classes.
Any student who withdraws prior to the first day of classes will be refunded the student activity fee.
CUNY Consolidated Fee
This fee covers the external processing of financial aid applications, the immunization program, the job location/development program, system-wide tuition and fee collections by the Office of the University Controller, and the administration of various tests such as the skills assessment tests.
In 2003, the CUNY Board of Trustees adopted legislation requiring students to pay an annual technology fee. Each year, a committee composed of students, administrators, and faculty, chaired by the provost, solicits suggestions from the college community and prepares a plan for the use of the Technology Fee funds. Approved projects are expected to further the college’s goals of expanding student access to computing resources, improving computer-based instruction, improving support for students using college computers, improving student services, and using technology to enrich student life on campus.