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Student Activities fee finds a niche with Saturday’s Electric Zoo Party

1 Comment on Student Activities fee finds a niche with Saturday’s Electric Zoo Party

  1. Alyssa McNamara // April 27, 2011 at 10:07 PM // Reply

    I want to clarify a couple of things about the information in this article.

    StuComm actually gets one third of the fee. Another third theoretically goes to Student Involvement programming, which includes programs like WDW, Zoo Flicks, and Monte Carlo. The health center is supposed to receive 10% of the fee. The remaining amount goes toward the Index, Cauldron, WJMD, club sports safety costs, media fees, and conferences. Regarding this distribution, I can only confidently say that Student Commission gets one third ($100,940) and an additional $8,000 was set aside for club sports safety costs. The remainder of the fee may be allocated as I have described (this was how it was presented to us last year), but the exact distribution has not been published, so I am unclear on the numbers.

    Also, the fee for this past year was $100 per quarter on campus and will be raised to $104 per quarter on campus next year.

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Student Activities fee finds a niche with Saturday’s Electric Zoo Party