Services supported by the Comprehensive Fee are detailed below. Review the full report which includes, student benefits and impact, student access, contact information, actual expenditures, usage statistics and frequently asked questions.
The Campus Life Fee supports programs and facilities that enhance the student experience and promote the quality of campus life. The university is dedicated to providing quality campus life programs and services that support student academic success and personal development. Service and program excellence in the campus life area assists UB in recruiting and retaining top students, positioning them for life success after graduation and nurturing a connectedness to UB, resulting in enhanced alumni relations.
The State University of New York instituted the College Fee in order to provide funds, which would guarantee payment of bonds that the Dormitory Authority borrowed to build residence halls on State University campuses. In 1997-98, the SUNY Board of Trustees distributed debt service obligations and College Fee revenue to individual campuses. SUNY also gave campuses authority to allocate College Fee revenue at their discretion.
The Health component of the Comprehensive Fee was instituted by the SUNY Board of Trustees in an effort to provide student health services to SUNY campuses. Supported services include student health care, wellness promotion, counseling, and accessibility resources.
The Recreation fee supports recreation programs and services. A wide variety of programs and activities can be found on both campuses under the headings informal recreation, structured recreation, intramural sports, recreational instruction, group fitness and aquatics.
The State University of New York instituted the Technology Fee as part of a comprehensive plan to build and maintain fundamental facilities and services that will enable UB to offer its students the highest quality learning environment. Information technology (IT) is at the heart of the student experience, and faculty depend upon students having access to all IT resources offered—from online registration to virtual learning systems and academic library resources.
The Transportation Fee component was instituted in support of parking and transportation services for the university. The fee provides busing and shuttle services to all students for intra- and inter-campus transportation.