The Information Technology/Library (ITL) Fee is a mandatory fee approved by the Arizona Board of Regents in March 2006. The ITL fee enhances the University's student learning environment and increases UA's capacities to meet digital environment expectations.
UA students have high expectations for learning and living in today's digital environment, including wireless access in high traffic public locations and in all campus outdoor areas, library materials that are digitally available, and appropriately equipped classrooms. The ITL fee is used to upgrade and expand the University's capacity to provide this essential operating environment.
This fee is applied in the following terms: Fall, Spring, and Summer
The ITL fee is divided into a 56.36%/43.64% split between UITS and the UA Library. Theses fees are applied per semester.
|IT Fee||Library Fee|
|(Per Semester Fees)|
The Information Technology fee is used to fund the following student services in FY10-11:
|UITS - Student Tech Fee Funds|
|Sources of funds:|
|FY 10 Carry forward||95,199|
|FY 11 Student Tech Fee Revenue||5,178,800|
|Uses of funds:|
|24x7 Help Desk||1,131,936|
|OSCR Student Computing Laboratories||1,085,443|
|D2L Programming, licensing, and data storage||800,788|
|Video Conference classroom (McClelland Hall)||125,000|
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