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Mandatory Auxiliary Fees

 

                                                                                     
2015-2016
                                                                                                                
Smr
Fall
Wtr
Spr
Bronco Student Center (STU)
163.78
236.86
236.86
236.86
Instructionally Related Activities (IRA)                              
0.00
16.00
12.00
12.00
Associated Students Incorporated (ASI)                        
6.82
42.60
34.38
34.38
Health Fee (HFF) Medical Facility
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
Student Health Fee
83.16
83.16
83.16
83.16
Student Success Fee (SSF)
0.00*
129.00
129.00
129.00
TOTAL
$255.76
$509.62
$497.40
$497.40

*A Student Success Fee of $129.00 will apply to only Doctorates in the summer quarter, totaling $384.76.

 

2014-2015
Smr
Fall
Wtr
Spr
Bronco Student Center (STU)
19.01
229.96
229.96
229.96
Instructionally Related Activities (IRA)
0.00
16.00
12.00
12.00
Associated Students Incorporated (ASI)
6.62
41.36
33.38
33.38
Health Fee (HFF) Medical Facility
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
Student Health Fee
80.74
80.74
80.74
80.74
Athletic (ATH)
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Student Success Fee (SSF)
0.00*
102.00
102.00
102.00
TOTAL
$108.37
$472.06
$460.08
$460.08

*A Student Success Fee of $102.00 will apply to only Doctorates in the summer quarter, totaling $210.37.

Effective Fall 2014, the Bronco Student Center (Union) fee is adjusted by an additional $140/quarter to incorporate the fee increase approved to support the Bronco Recreation and Intramural Complex.  Athletic-ASI Fee will no longer be listed as a separate line item on the fee schedule, as it has been consolidated into the ASI Fee.

 

 
2013-2014
 
Smr
Fall
Wtr
Spr
Bronco Student Center (STU)
18.71
88.54
88.54
88.54
Instructionally Related Activities (IRA)
0.00
16.00
12.00
12.00
Associated Students Incorporated (ASI)
6.52
32.65
24.79
24.79
Health Fee (HFF) Medical Facility
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
Student Health Fee
79.47
79.47
79.47
79.47
Athletic (ATH)
0.00
8.06
8.06
8.06
Student Success Fee (SSF)
0.00*
74.00
74.00
74.00
TOTAL
$106.70
$300.72
$288.86
$288.86

 *A Student Success Fee of $74.00 will apply to only Doctorates in the summer quarter, totaling $180.70.

 

 
2012-2013
 
Smr
Fall
Wtr
Spr
Bronco Student Center (STU)
18.40
87.06
87.06
87.06
Instructionally Related Activities (IRA)
0.00
16.00
12.00
12.00
Associated Students Incorporated (ASI)
6.41
32.10
24.38
24.38
Health Fee (HFF) Medical Facility
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
Student Health Fee
78.14
78.14
78.14
78.14
Athletic (ATH)
0.00
7.93
7.93
7.93
TOTAL
$104.95
$223.23
$211.51
$211.51

 

 
2011-2012
 
Smr
Fall
Wtr
Spr
Bronco Student Center (STU)
18.02
85.27
85.27
85.27
Instructionally Related Activities (IRA)
0.00
16.00
12.00
12.00
Associated Students Incorporated (ASI)
6.28
31.44
23.88
23.88
Health Fee (HFF) Medical Facility
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
Student Health Fee
76.53
76.53
76.53
76.53
Athletic (ATH)
0.00
7.54
7.54
7.54
TOTAL
$102.83
$218.78
$207.22
$207.22

Where do my fees go?

The facilities, programs and services supported by auxiliary fees are non-state funded and would not exist without the students’ funding.

STU Fee

Operational support for the programs and services housed in the Bronco Student Center, including the Exhibit Gallery, Games Room, Candy Corral, Pastimes, meeting space, study and lounge space, TV Lounge, Music and Listening Room, and student employment opportunities. It also provides funding for future renovation and expansion of the Union.

Effective Fall 2014, the Bronco Student Center (Union) fee is adjusted by an additional $140/quarter to incorporate the fee increase approved to support the Bronco Recreation and Intramural Complex.  Athletic-ASI Fee will no longer be listed as a separate line item on the fee schedule, as it has been consolidated into the ASI Fee.

IRA Fee

Auxiliary fee funding support is allocated to the programs, clubs, and organizations listed below.

  • ABM/NAMA Media Board

  • Athletics Program Music Board

  • College Based Programs National Model United Nations

  • Crops Judging REACH Program

  • Dance Program Rose Float Committee

  • Horseshow Team Theatre Program

  • Livestock Judging Team ASI Business Office

  • Mexican American Student Association IRA Reserve fund

ASI Fee

Auxiliary fee funding support is allocated to the programs, clubs, and organizations listed below. Funding support for over 200 student organizations including:

  • ASI Administration and Business Office United Business Students Senate

  • Agriculture Council Xicano/Latin Festivities

  • Asian Pacific Heritage Month New Programs and Augmentations Fund

  • Athletics Program Engineering Council

  • Black History Month ENV Council

  • Blood Drive ASI Government

  • The Center Greek Council

  • Children’s Center Hospitality Mgmt Council

  • College of Letters, Arts and Sciences Council Human Corps

  • ASI Elections ASI Intramural Program

  • ASI Operations Jewish Awareness Month

  • Organization of Arab Students Learning Resource Center

  • SI Programming Multi-Cultural Council

  • Science Council

Student Health Fee

The Mandatory Student Health Fee provides students access and services to Student Health and Counseling Services throughout the academic quarter. Eligibility for services starts with the first day of the quarter and lasts through the end of the break period immediately following that quarter. In addition, fall quarter eligibility begins with the first day of the break period preceding the start of the quarter, provided the student is registered and fees have been paid. The health fee covers only those services provided on campus. Outside referrals are at the expense of each student.

Below are some great reasons to take advantage of these services. If you have questions about the fee, please contact Executive Director Dr. Catherine Schmitt Whitaker at clschmitt@cpp.edu or 909-869-2760.

Why Use Student Health and Counseling Services?

ACCESSIBLE

  • Readily available health visits
  • Appointments for individual, couples & group counseling
  • Walk-in crisis counseling and urgent care medical issues
  • Convenient, on-campus care
  • After hours hotlines for counseling and medical concerns

AFFORDABLE

  • Unlimited no-cost visits with medical providers & health educators
  • Short term no-cost sessions with personal counselors
  • At-cost prescription drugs
  • No-cost x-rays and lab tests done in-house

PUBLIC HEALTH PROTECTION

  • Nearly 1/3 of all CPP students have little or no insurance and rely on our services to address health care needs
  • Required immunizations protect everybody
  • Flu immunization program reduces lost class & study time
  • Infectious disease control plans in coordination with the public health department

COMMUNITY EDUCATION

  • Well-being presentations to classes and groups on campus
  • Various health assessments at the Wellness Center
  • Health promotion programs and educational activities held on campus

SSF Fee

The Student Success Fee will provide financial support to areas of the campus that have a significant impact on student retention and graduation. It will serve to restore services and programs that were reduced or cut during the ongoing budget crisis. It also will create additional funding for new programs and improve information technology services to help students.

All registered students at Cal Poly Pomona will begin paying the Student Success Fee each term. The fee will provide additional course sections, increase tutorial services and library hours, enhance wireless and technology support, and provide additional funding opportunities for student clubs and activities.  For more details about how the fees will be allocated, see the Student Success Fee website.

The fee amount will be phased in starting in Fall 2013 over a 4-year period.  For more information about the costs see the Student Success Fee website.

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