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Segregated fee funding is designed to provide funds for recreational, cultural, and leisure activities and groups that are not funded through other state appropriations. Segregated fees are not designed to be user fees, but are intended to contribute to the richness of the university community. Because segregated fees are not intended to be user fees, they function more like a tax. Students do have some control over where these fees are distributed.
Segregated fees are allocated to groups using the Student Government committee structure. The SUFAC (Segregated University Fee Advisory Committee) develops the segregated fee budget and the Student Senate finalizes the approval.
Segregated fees support the following organized activities and service
For a more detailed information on allocable segregated fees.