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March 2003

Proposed Rates for FY2003-04

ITSS would like to announce our proposed service rates and fees for Fiscal Year 2003-2004. We recognize that all University students, staff, faculty and departments are impacted by the current budget issues, including ITSS, and we have worked very hard to maintain many service rates at the FY03 level and contain overall increases in other service rates to less than 2%.

We are also proposing no increase in our student computing fees. The $4.30 per-credit basic access fee, which provides students with Internet access, will remain the same. This fee is charged only for the first 18 credits attempted by a student each semester. There is no additional charge for attempted credits over a maximum of 18. The mandatory minimum fee of $25.80 will continue to be charged to students registered for 6 or less credits. Finally, access and the fee for students to use the computer labs will remain the same. Full computer lab access next year will be available to students who pay an additional $61.80 lab access per semester.

In setting our rates and fees for the next fiscal year we have performed a number of steps that include:

  • following the University policies and accounting principles that govern internal service organization rate development methodology
  • reviewed and complied with FY04 Phase I Budget Instructions
  • proposing to provide services with fewer staff during FY04

Our tentative rates and fees information is available on the web for your review on the Proposed ITSS Rates and Fees web page.

Please feel free to address any questions to Linda Deneen ( or Steve Patterson (

The final rate decisions are pending Board of Regents approval.

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