Chapter 8

8.01-8.05 | 8.06-8.09

8.06-8.09

Tuition, Fees, Room & Board

Effective Date: 09/01/2010

8.6 Continuing Enrollment Deposit

All full-time and/or degree seeking undergraduate students are required to pay a $100 continuing enrollment deposit, refundable within 150 days of leaving the University.

The deposit will be forfeited when a new student fails to enroll except, when in the judgment of the Registrar, the failure to enroll was beyond the control of the student.

Unpaid charges such as library fines, traffic fines, lab deposits, and other fines and penalties to the University, shall be deducted from the refund of the deposit.

History
  06/14/89 Diploma fee
  08/27/92 Deposit for damages
  07/27/97 Establish schedule of fees
  09/02/98 No security deposit for students on payroll
  11/12/25 Diploma fee, Student Organization fee
  08/19/39 Deposit may be drawn against for room damage
  08/20/40 Replace deposit with service fee
  12/01/67 Replace pre-enrollment deposit
  01/28/82 Enrollment deposit
  09/20/85 Added degree-seeking students
  08/03/2000 Increase deposit to $100
  07/15/2010 Was previously Policy 9.2. Renumbered and changed 120 days to 150 days

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Effective Date: 09/01/2010

8.7 Residence Hall and Residence Apartment Student Association Fee

The University is authorized to collect from each residence hall or apartment occupant, (except those residing in the Daniell Heights Apartments) a fee not to exceed $30.00 per academic year. The fee shall be divided into two equal installments and collected at the time the first payment on each semester's board and room payments is made.

History
  06/11/71  
  01/28/82  
  05/18/84 Increased fee
  08/03/2000 Reflect change in the academic calendar from quarters to semesters
  07/17/2001 Increased fee to $20.00
  12/14/2007 Increased fee to $30.00
  07/15/2010 Was previously Policy 9.12. Renumbered, and modified to authorize collection from "Residence Hall of Apartment Occupant" except Daniell Heights Residents.

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Effective Date: 04/27/2012

8.8 Student Activity Fee

The President is authorized to assess a $60.00 fee in each of the Fall and Spring semesters as an Activity Fee for enrolled undergraduate students. The majority of this fee is to be used for support of student organizations as administered by the Undergraduate Student Government, and the remainder is to be used for initiatives that benefit the campus community as determined by the Vice President for Student Affairs. Procedures for the distribution of funds to meet these goals will be established by mutual agreement of the Undergraduate Student Government and the Vice President for Student Affairs and reviewed annually.

The President is authorized to assess a $50.00 fee in each of the Fall and Spring semesters as an Activity Fee for enrolled Graduate students. Of the $50.00 levied Fall and Spring, 50% of this fee is to be earmarked for support of student organizations as administered by the Undergraduate Student Government, 50% is to be earmarked for support of the Graduate Student Government. The President is authorized to levy a $10 per summer Activity Fee for Summer enrolled Graduate Students. The $10 is to be earmarked for support of the Graduate Student Government.

A limited number of exceptions in assessing the fee may be made by the President or the President's designate for university employees and/or students not on the main campus.

Students not enrolled in courses on the main campus, University employees and/or Senior Citizens who are not assessed the fee are not eligible to receive the associated benefits.

History
  05/17/1991  
  07/16/1993 Changed fee to apply to all enrolled students and identified exceptions.
  05/19/2000 Changed from quarter to semesters and changed fee to $20
  07/17/2001 Increased fee to $43.00
  05/10/2002 Increased fee to $44.30
  06/25/2003 Clarified the semesters in which the student activity fee will be collected, the language was reworded to allow more flexibility in the distribution of the fee, and distribution procedures be established and reviewed annually
  04/29/2008 Changed undergraduate activity fee from $44.30 to $50.00, effective fall 2005. Also changed title of vice provost for student affairs to vice president for student affairs.
  12/11/2009 Changed to reflect that the portion of the fee used for student organizations is administered by the Undergraduate Student Government in collaboration with Student Affairs; and that the remaining portion of the fee is used to support Initiatives, Special Budget Groups, and University Traditions that benefit the entire campus community as determined by Student Affairs
  07/15/2010 Was previously Policy 9.18. Renumbered and changed Administration to the President.
  04/29/2011 Renumbered. Was previously Policy 8.11.
  04/27/2012 Increased undergraduate fee to $60 and increased graduate fee to $50.

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Effective Date: 05/02/2014

8.9 Experience Tech Fee

The President is authorized to assess an Experience Tech Fee of $90.00 in each of the fall and spring semesters for each enrolled undergraduate student and $74.00 in each of the fall and spring semesters for each enrolled graduate student. The fee is to improve student access to facilities and events to include, but is not limited to, Mont Ripley Ski Hill, Intramural Sports, Portage Lake Golf Course, Gates Tennis Center, Visual and Performing Arts Department events and Hockey Games, Michigan Tech Trails and Recreational Forest, and the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts presenting series.

The Fee is designed to replace revenue from individual student ticket sales and fees to support their operational costs. Procedures for the distribution of funds will be established by the Vice President for Student Affairs in consultation with Student Government.

A limited number of exceptions in assessing the fee may be made by the President or the President's designate for university employees and/or graduate students not on the main campus.

Students not enrolled in courses on the main campus, University employees and/or Senior Citizens who are not assessed the fee are not eligible to receive the associated benefits.

History
  06/19/2008  
  03/05/2009 Reduced fee to $32 for the summer semester
  10/08/2009 Added a paragraph to articulate those who are not assessed the fee, are not eligible to receive the associated befits
  07/15/2010 Was previously Policy 9.24. Renumbered; responsibility for procedures assigned to the Vice President for Student Affairs, and authority to grant exceptions assigned to the President.
  04/29/2011 Increased fee for fall and spring semesters and eliminated summer fee. Renumbered, as was previously policy 8.15.
  05/02/201 Increased undergraduate fee to $90 and $74 for graduate students. Added Tech Trails and Forest, and Rozsa Center presenting series.

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