Fee Definitions

Fall 2013/Spring 2014

Undergraduate Comprehensive Fee: The Undergraduate Comprehensive Fee is charged to and paid by all undergraduate students. The fee includes (but is not limited to) support of onsite health care provided by physicians, nurse practitioners and registered nurses, health education, mental health consultation, basic medications (over-the-counter and prescription), dressings, select medical laboratory services (Health Fee, $159.00, $50 of this fee covers extended services including prescription medications, lab testing, physicals, immunizations and may be refunded by contacting Lauderdale Center for Student Health and Counseling); Internet access, personal network accounts, Email, electronic library services, computer facilities, technology in the classrooms, KnightWeb registration, myCourses learning management system, and Microsoft Office licensing (Technology Fee, $226.00); intramural and recreational programs, intercollegiate athletic sports programs (Athletic Fee, $223.50); student clubs and organizations (Student Activity Fee, $100); alumni/student programs, seminars and discounts (Optional Alumni Fee, $17.50, contact Alumni Association for refund); shuttle bus service throughout campus, Village of Geneseo, local shopping center, regional shopping malls and City of Rochester (Transportation Fee, $37.00); musical, theatrical, and dance performances (Performance Fee, $4.50, contact the Provost’s Office for refund).

The Student Activity Fee is part of the Undergraduate Comprehensive Fee. It is charged to and paid by all undergraduate students. The fee includes (but is not limited to) support of student clubs and organizations, student activities, educational programs and Student Association services. Students wishing to request a refund of the fee due to extraordinary circumstances must send a written justification to the Student Association Director of Programs, Personnel and Finance. Justification must be submitted within one month from the beginning of the semester.

The Undergraduate Comprehensive Fee will be prorated on a per credit hour basis for part-time students. The Undergraduate Comprehensive fee will be refunded automatically to students living more than 60 miles away from campus AND enrolled in credit-bearing coursework at a location more than 60 miles away from campus. Students wishing to request a full refund of the fee due to extraordinary circumstances must send a written justification to the Dean of Students. Requests for refunds of the Alumni, Health, Performance and/or Activity fees only must be sent to the department as indicated above. All requests must be received by the second Friday of the semester.

Graduate Comprehensive Fee: The Graduate Comprehensive Fee is charged to and paid by all graduate students. The fee includes (but is not limited to) support of onsite health care provided by physicians, nurse practitioners and registered nurses, health education, mental health consultation, basic medications (over-the-counter and prescription), dressings, select medical laboratory services (Health Fee, $159.00, $50 of this fee covers extended services including prescription medications, lab testing, physicals, immunizations and may be refunded by contacting Lauderdale Center for Student Health and Counseling.); Internet access, personal network accounts, Email, electronic library services, computer facilities, technology in the classrooms, KnightWeb registration, myCourses learning management system, and Microsoft Office licensing (Technology Fee, $226.00). The Graduate Comprehensive Fee will be prorated on a per credit hour basis for part-time students. Graduate students wishing to request a full refund of the fee due to extraordinary circumstances, must send a written justification to the Dean of Students. Requests for a refund of the Health fee only must be sent to the department as indicated above. All requests must be received by the second Friday of the Semester.

Studio Art Fee: Students who are enrolled in certain studio art courses are charged this fee to help cover the costs of bulk supplies and materials that will be used in the making of their personal works of art.

Tuition: Cost of instruction.

College Fee: Required by SUNY, the College Fee was initiated to retire municipal bonds that were issued to build the State University campuses. The College Fee is mandatory for all students.

Room Rent: Cost of campus housing.

Food Service: Cost of campus meal plan.