Mandatory Auxiliary Fees

Mandatory Auxiliary Fees
2020 - 2021
Summer 2020
Fall 2020
Winter 2021
Spring 2021
ASI Facilities and Operations Fee
186.22
403.97
-
403.97
Instructionally Related Activities (IRA)                              
0.00
20.00
-
20.00
Associated Students Incorporated (ASI)                        
7.76
63.30
-
63.30
Health Fee (HFF) Medical Facility
3.00
3.00
-
3.00
Student Health Fee
134.34
134.34
-
134.34
Student Success Fee (SSF)
0.00*
223.50
-
223.50
TOTAL
$331.32
$848.11
-
$848.11

*A Student Success Fee of $223.50 will apply to only Doctorates in the summer quarter, totaling $554.82 (331.32+223.50). 

 

 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.

ASI Facilities and Operations Fee

This fee pays ongoing bond payments on both the Bronco Student Center (BSC) and Bronco Recreation & Intramural Complex (BRIC) buildings, helps cover operational costs and staffing.

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.

Instructionally Related Activities (IRA)

The IRA fee provides funding for out-of-class experiences integrally related to an instructional program and sponsored by an academic discipline. Approved IRA groups at Cal Poly Pomona include Rose Float, Diversity Ambassadors, Poly Post, Theatre, Mock Trial Association and the Horse Show Team, to name a few. Visit the IRA website for more detailed information

 


Associated Students, Inc. Fee (ASI)

The ASI fee covers the cost of student representation and governance, funding for student clubs and organizations, student services and programs, debt payments and other expenses to construct and run ASI-operated facilities. For more information on ASI fees, visit the ASI webpage.

 


SSF Fee

The Student Success Fee provides financial support to areas of the campus that have a significant impact on student retention and graduation and also creates additional funding for new programs and improvement for information technology services to help students.

For detailed information on how the Student Success Fee is allocated, visit the website.

 

Summer Education Support Fee

That is a mandatory fee to fund the support services provided to summer students by the academic departments, for information technology, for the learning management system, by the university library, by the Registrar’s Office, and by other university departments.  A portion of this funding is set aside to provide financial aid for students attending self-support summer courses.

 

Student Health Fee

The Mandatory Student Health Fee provides students access and services to Student Health and Wellness Services throughout the academic semester. Eligibility for services starts with the first day of the semester and lasts through the end of the break period immediately following that semester. In addition, fall semester eligibility begins with the first day of the break period preceding the start of the semester, 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. We do not accept any outside insurance so additional expenses must be paid at the time they are received.

If you are not enrolled during summer term, but intend to return in the fall (“Continuing Student Status”), you may use the health services on a fee-per-visit basis (roughly 1/3 of the established fee) for the first 3 visits. After that, you do not have to pay a visit charge.

 

Why Use Student Health and Wellness Services?

Below are some great reasons to take advantage of these services.

 

No-Cost Services

  • Unlimited appointments with board-certified physicians and physician assistants
  • Acute illness/injury walk-in services (1 per academic enrollment; cost of some lab work may cost extra)
  • Minor surgical procedures (removal of warts, cysts, moles, repair of ingrown toenail etc.)
  • Well-Womxn Exams
  • Flu Vaccinations
  • Digital X-rays
  • Travel consultations
  • Generic Tylenol through pharmacy
  • Laboratory test done on site
  • Testing for gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia
  • Tetanus booster and Tuberculosis screening
  • Health assessments through the Bronco Wellness Center
  • Free latex and non-latex barriers (including condoms) and lubrication
  • Get well soon kits
  • Free HIV Testing on Tuesdays
  • Variety of health and hygiene products ( toothbrushes, hand sanitizer, water bottles)
  • Quit smoking/vaping kits & Nicotine Replacement Therapy Products( nicotine gum, patches, lozenges)
  • One on one sessions with a Health Educator or Peer Health Educator for nutrition, exercise, stress management, smoking, vaping, cannabis use, sexual health, alcohol and other drugs and time management
  • Health presentations to student groups and academic classes

 

Low-Cost Services

  • Laboratory test sent to an outside lab
  • Birth control (including emergency contraception)
  • Prescription medication filled at on-site pharmacy
  • Wraps, braces, slings, crutches
  • Vaccinations except tetanus booster and flu vaccinations
  • Cervical cancer screenings (Pap Test)
  • Common non-prescription drug store items through on-site pharmacy
  • Biopsies
  • HIV Testing
  • Copies of medical records

 

Student Health Fee - CAPS

 

The Mandatory Student Health Fee provides students access and services to Counseling and Psychological Services throughout the academic semester. Eligibility for services starts with the first day of the semester and lasts through the end of the break period immediately following that semester. Also, Fall semester eligibility begins with the first day of the break period preceding the start of the semester, 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. We do not accept any outside insurance.


If you are not enrolled during the summer term but attended in the Spring and intend to return in the Fall (“Continuing Student Status”), you may use Counseling and Psychological Services during the summer.

 

Services Available to You Under Counseling and Psychological Services

  • Short-term Individual, couples & group counseling with licensed professional counselors
  • Walk-in crisis counseling
  • CAPS Wellbeing Workshops (psychoeducation on mental health such as Self-care, Healthy Relationships, etc.)
  • Case management to link with resources on or outside of campus
  • Wellbeing Coaching (ie. Time Management, Study Skills, Motivation, Healthy Choices, and Behaviors)
  • Drop-in Groups available throughout the campus (ie. Cultural Centers, Athletics, Veteran’s Resource Center)
  • Relaxation/Meditation/Lactation Room available for use
  • Pre-Recorded Presentations on Mental Health topics to be viewed at your convenience
  • After-hours (24/7) counselors available to talk with including weekends and Holidays