Fee Descriptions

The Arizona Student Association, along with the Arizona Board of Regents and the Arizona State Legislature, created the AFAT program in 1989. It provides state-based financial aid to students who are underrepresented in the university population or to university students who demonstrate a clear need for financial aid by virtue of their special circumstances. Students approved the AFAT fee through student referenda on Arizona's university campuses, and the fee began in the Fall 1990 semester.

This fee is applied in the following terms: FALL, WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER

This fee is reduced if dropping below 7 units and refunded if dropping to 0 units, in accordance with the regular University refund policy.

See Athletics Fee description (Athletics' website).

The Arizona Board of Regents approved this mandatory fee in December 2008 for implementation in Fiscal Year 2009-2010. Its purpose is to provide support directly to first year student success programs and support services. This fee will be allocated through recommendations made to the Vice President of Student Affairs by a committee made up of students, staff and faculty that represent the interests of first year student retention.

This fee is applied in the following terms: FALL, SPRING

This fee is refundable if dropping to 0 units, in accordance with the regular University refund policy.

The Arizona Board of Regents approved this mandatory fee in March, 2010. It provides funding to sustain student health services (both medical and counseling/psychological services) as well as support operational, maintenance, and service costs for the recreation facilities and programs. The fee allocation is: Campus Health 50.5% / Campus Recreation 49.5%.

This fee is applied in the following terms: FALL, WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER

This fee is refundable if dropping to 0 units, in accordance with the regular University refund policy. Students may request a waiver of this fee based on specific criteria on a per-term basis. Requests for exceptions must be submitted to the Department of Campus Recreation.

The Arizona Board of Regents approved this mandatory fee in March 2006. It 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. This fee will be directed to upgrade and expand the University's capacity to provide this essential operating environment.

This fee is applied in the following terms: FALL, WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER

This fee is refundable if dropping to 0 units, in accordance with the regular University refund policy.

Allocation prior to Fall 2013:
Information Technology 70% / Library 30%
For example in Fall 2012 the split for 12 units or more would be IT $140/Lib $60

Allocation between Fall 2013 and Summer 2017:
Information Technology 58% / Library 42%
Fall 2013 the split for 12 units or more will be IT $139.20/Lib $100.80

Allocation starting Fall 2017:
Continuing Students - Information Technology 58.3% / Library 41.7%
Fall 2017 the split for 12 units or more will be IT $140.00/Lib $100.00

Entering Students AY 2017-18 & beyond - Information Technology 55.7% / Library 44.3%
Fall 2017 the split for 12 units or more will be IT $149.00/Lib $118.50

In 1985, the students of The University of Arizona voted to assess themselves a $25 per-semester fee for the construction of a Student Recreation Center. This fee came into effect in Fall 1990. Although this fee is mandatory, it will cease once the bonds have been retired, therefore it is not a user fee.

This fee is applied in the following terms: FALL, SPRING, SUMMER

This fee is refundable if dropping to 0 units, in accordance with the regular University refund policy. Students may opt out of this fee on a per-semester basis. Requests for exceptions must be submitted to the Department of Campus Recreation.

In March of 2002, the students of The University of Arizona voted to assess themselves a $3.00 per semester program fee (with annual increases based on the Consumer Price Index) to assist with the funding of Campus Recreation programs.

This fee is applied in the following terms: FALL, SPRING, SUMMER

This fee is refundable if dropping to 0 units, in accordance with the regular University refund policy. Students may opt out of this fee on a per-semester basis. Requests for exceptions must be submitted to the Department of Campus Recreation.

Approved by a student referendum in 2013, this fee supports the student-run campus media organizations KAMP Radio, UATV and the Daily Wildcat.

This fee is applied in the following terms: FALL, WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER

Effective Fall 2013 this fee replaces the KAMP fee.

This fee is refundable if dropping to 0 units, in accordance with the regular University refund policy. Students may opt out of this fee on a per-semester basis. Requests for exceptions must be submitted to the Student Media Office.

The Arizona Board of Regents approved this mandatory fee in December 2007 for a Fall 2008 implementation. Its purpose is to provide support for student programs such as campus safety, student health, counseling services, increased student employment opportunities and enhanced food options with lower prices. Initial priorities were established from a survey administered to all students in Fall 2007. A student advisory committee will oversee its use and recommend future expenditures to the Vice President for Student Affairs.

This fee is applied in the following terms: FALL, WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER

This fee is refundable if dropping to 0 units, in accordance with the regular University refund policy.

In March of 2013, the students of the University of Arizona voted to assess a per semester fee to assist with funding Wildcat Events Board programs.

This fee is applied in the following terms: FALL and SPRING

This fee is refundable if dropping to 0 units, in accordance with the regular University refund policy. Students may opt out of this fee on a per-semester basis. Requests for exceptions must be submitted to the Wildcat Events Board.