Students' STF Renewal Efforts

To learn more about how campus-based student fees are created, see the Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Student Service Fees


2021-2022: STF Renewal Effort in an Open-Campus Year

Following a year long campaign to develop a new STF model, in March 2022, the ASUC voted to remove from the Senate Consent Calendar this resolution to place renewal of the STF on the Spring 2022 election ballot.

Spring 2021: Sunset

The STF Committee dissolved and the STF fee ceased to be collected after this point.

2020-2021: STF Renewal Effort in a Closed-Campus Year

In April 2021, although more than 80% of students voted in favor of renewing the Student Technology Fee (STF) for another seven years, the fee did not pass in the ASUC Election due to lower-than-required voter turnout. (Nineteen point one percent of students voted, 0.9% below the threshold required). Read more about the STF Renewal in the News

2015-2021: STF Inception and Activity

The STF was voted into place in the ASUC election in Spring 2015.  Between Fall 2015 and Spring 2021, it funded about 500 grant projects and licensed all graduate, professional school, and undergraduate students' access to several software including Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Cloud, LinkedIn Learning, and more. Read more about STF 2014-2021.