SUMMER ACCESS

Beginning Summer 2022, there is no summer incidental fee charged to Corvallis campus students registered for summer courses. The summer incidental fee has been absorbed into the fees for Fall, Winter, and Spring terms, which means that summer access to incidental fee-funded services is available for any Corvallis-based, incidental fee-paying student enrolled in Fall, Winter, or Spring terms! So, if you paid the incidental fee in Fall 2021, Winter 2022, and/or Spring 2022, you’re able to access the services and programs available in the summer that are funded by the incidental fee. The Student Facility Improvement Fee will still be charged in the summer to Corvallis campus students registered for summer courses.

WELCOME TO THE STUDENT FEE COMMITTEE

Marking 123 years of student fees at OSU

WHAT IS THE SFC?

 

The Student Fee Committee (SFC) is an independent committee within the Executive Branch of the ASOSU Student Government.  Its membership includes:

  • One (1) Chair elected by the student body each year
  • Four (4) at-large seats elected by the student body each year
    • The Vice Chair is one of the at-large members
  • Eight (8) unit liaisons who represent each of the units funded by the incidental fee

 

The SFC is tasked with recommending the termly incidental fee and allocations of that fee to each of the fee-funded units. These units include:

 

The SFC also recommends fee levels for the Student Facility Improvement Fee, the Bad Debt Fee, and Contingency & Supplementary Fund Fee.

 

 

The Student Fee Committee will meet on alternate Thursdays at 6:00 p.m. over Summer term. 

 

Meeting Schedule:

June 30, 2022
July 14, 2022
July 28, 2022
August 11, 2022
August 25, 2022
September 8, 2022

 

Meetings are accessible to the public both in-person and over Zoom

To access Zoom for OSU, please visit this webpage

For Zoom training/support, please visit this webpage

 

SFC CHAIR JOE PAGE

sfc.chair@oregonstate.edu | Student Experience Center 292

“It is one of the only avenues for students to have a lot of say in how their money is spent. It is still really important that we have that feedback on the services that are going to be able to be provided.”

- Joe Page, on the fee-setting process to the Daily Barometer (Nov. 20, 2021)