The Comprehensive Fee is a consolidation of campus-required fees which support several university services. The Comprehensive Fee is paid by all students at the University at Buffalo, unless they meet fee waiver requirements.
Employees of the University are not eligible for a Comprehensive Fee waiver.
The Comprehensive Fee was implemented in 1998. It is a consolidation of SUNY and campus-required fees, which support several University services and programs. All students at the University at Buffalo pay the Comprehensive Fee, unless they meet fee waiver requirements available for some fees. Many of the schools in the Mid-American Conference, of which UB is a member, also have a comprehensive approach to fees and several American Association of Universities and SUNY campuses have also instituted a Comprehensive Fee.
|Category||Percentage of Comprehensive Fee||Report|
|Athletic Fee ||14.86%||See Fee Report|
|Campus Life ||6.90%||See Fee Report|
|College Fee ||5.32%||See Fee Report|
|Health Fee||15.79%||See Fee Report|
|Technology Fee||39.16%||See Fee Report|
|Transcript Fee ||0.24%||See Fee Report|
|Transportation Fee||16.21%||See Fee Report|
|Recreation Fee||1.51%||See Fee Report|
Supports 20 competitive sports teams, open and structured recreation (payroll and infrastructure), intramurals and sports clubs.
Supports programs and facilities that promote the quality of campus life.
Supports activities of various university operations.
Provides health services to students.
Provides student employment opportunities, recreation and intramurals infrastructure.
Builds and maintains an infrastructure that will enable UB to offer its students the highest quality learning environment; used to address specific technology needs such as computing and information technology, library automation, remote network access, public computing sites, and student system automation.
Provides transcript services to students and alumni.
Provides parking and transportation services to the University.