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needs, reduction of class sizes to improve the quality of instruction, operation of instructional facilities to serve LSU's student population, and support services at the heart of the academic enterprise, notably libraries and computing.
Auxiliary Enterprise Maintenance Fund - This fund is used to help defray the cost associated with operating, maintaining and meeting the reporting requirements for all of the University Auxiliary Services.
BR Crisis Intervention (The Phone) - This fee is used to help support The Phone, a twenty-four hour mental health telephone crisis intervention counseling and suicide prevention service operated by the
- This fee provides monies to aid in the process of bringing all facilities up to
Golf - This fee helps to supplement the revenue and aid in the expense of maintaining the LSU Golf Course. For this fee, each full-time student receives a discounted green fee.
Gumbo/Yearbook - These funds pay for production of the student-produced yearbook that has become
International Cultural Center - Each LSU nonimmigrant student will be charged $10 per semester to support the programs, operations, and maintenance of the International Cultural Center.
International Students Status Compliance - The implementation of this service charge will allow the LSU International Services Office to meet federal mandates and continue to provide the best information and professional services to the international population at LSU.
KLSU Radio - This fee supports the University's student-run, 5000-watt FM radio station, which is on the air 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. KLSU offers the campus and surrounding
Legacy - This fee is used to produce the University's student-edited feature magazine, published twice
Mass Transit System - This fee is used to support the intra and off-campus bus system that provides transportation from highly populated student areas in and around campus. The fee also allows for any
Nonresident Fee - A charge in addition to tuition and required fees assessed to students who are classified as nonresident for fee assessment purposes.
Organizational Relief Fund - These funds service to provide travel funds for worthy campus
Operational Fee - Imposed by the 2004 Legislature to cover unfunded state mandates which include increases in retirement system costs and health insurance costs not funded through the state general
Performing Arts Fee - These funds are to provide direct benefits by (1) supporting new
Registration Fee - A nonrefundable fee assessed to full-time and part-time students for completion
Reveille - This fee is used to produce the University's student-edited newspaper, which is published Monday through Friday during fall and spring semesters and on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the summer. The newspaper provides up-to-date campus oriented news and entertainment and serves
SG Newspaper Initiative - These funds are used to purchase newspapers such as The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times for students.
SG Programming Support & Initiatives - These funds are used to cover any expenses incurred in the establishment of the Student Government Spring Concert event, Homecoming Concert event, and paid admission concert series, and to provide relief funding for Recreational Sports Club teams,
Student Government Association - This fee provides money for the Student Senate to allocate to student groups who are in need of financial assistance. The day-to-day operations and expenses
Student Government Initiatives - Student Government has become a major programmer at the University and because of its involvement with the oversight groups and its budget comprised of student funds, SG has not submitted any proposals for the programming monies. The Student Government Initiatives fee gives SG the chance to budget this money at the beginning of the year and plan programs that will enrich the University community.
Student Health Center - The Student Health Fee entitles full-time students access to Student Health Center services such as unlimited visits to the primary care clinicians, mental health clinicians and registered dietitians. Medical procedures, laboratory, pharmacy and diagnostic imaging services are available for an additional charge.
Student Media - This fee supports the Office of Student Media, which provides a variety of student-run media, offering the campus news, features and entertainment. The Office of Student Media administers
Student Services Maintenance Fund - This fund is used to help defray the cost associated with operating, maintaining and meeting the reporting requirements for Student Life and Academic Services.
Student Sports Recreation - These funds are used to support and maintain the Student Recreational Sports Complex including the outdoor field spaces.
Student Technology Fee - This fee is assessed at $5.00 per credit hour up to a maximum of $75 per semester. This fee is dedicated to the acquisition, installation, maintenance, and intelligent use of
Tuition - A charge to student for instructional services that may be charged per term, per course, or per credit. Tuition does not include student activity or special user fees, the additional charge based on distinctions between resident and nonresident students, special course fees and fees for other services.
Union Enrichment Fund - This fee is dedicated to the Union Program Council, which provides
Union Fee - This fee entitles all full-time students to the privileges of Membership in the Union. The
Union Maintenance Fund
- The Union is funded entirely through student fees and funds generated through leased operations and other services. This fund is used to help defray the costs of operating
Utility Surcharge - These funds are used to meet energy costs which exceed the university's allotted energy budget. All funds collected are restricted and can only be applied to energy costs that exceed
Women's Mass Transit - This fee is used to provide on campus door-to-door transit service from