In spring 2017, WSU Vancouver joined WSU Pullman in incorporating a Student Technology Fee. The Associated Students of Washington State University Vancouver and the WSU Board of Regents approved a Student Technology Fee of $20 per student per semester for the purpose of funding student-geared projects and proposals that enhance the student experience and provide resources to address the technological needs of the campus for current and future students. The resulting enhancements are meant to promote ASWSUV’s mission which is founded on the core principles of advocacy, empowerment and access to educational resources.
Funding proposal requests
Want to have a say in how your Student Technology Fees are spent? Submit a funding proposal!
Interested parties may request funding from the student-led WSU Vancouver Student Technology Fee committee.
Timeline for 2022/23 funding requests
- Request submission opens: Now
- Request submission deadline: 11:59 p.m. Feb. 27, 2022
- Request hearings and Q&A: 3 – 4:30 p.m. March 3, 2022 via Zoom
Following established guidelines, the WSU Vancouver Student Technology Fee Committee met in spring 2021 to discuss and recommend budget allocations for 2021/22 academic year. The recommendations were approved by a majority vote of the ASWSUV Senate, presented to President Kirk Schulz in April 2021, and approved by the WSU Board of Regents at their meeting in May 2021.
|Virtual Student Computer (AWS)||$44,024||TBA|
|Student Loaner Laptop Program||$2,940||TBA|
|Virtual Student Computing Program Pilot||$28,708||TBA|
|Student Printing Credit||$12,334||TBA|
|Update Outdoor Electronic Reader Board (VMMC)||$31,226||TBA|
|Student Loaner Laptop Program||$8,619||$8,452|
|Virtual Student Computing Experience Pilot||$27,100||$22,109|
|Student Printing Credit||$13,434||$2,229|
|Student Loaner Laptop Program||$7,500||$7,128|
|Student WiFi and Network Upgrades||$91,715||$67,718|
|Student Loaner Laptops||$900||$900|