Each year a percentage of the total Tech Fee revenues are allocated to Academic Departments as well as targeted administration funds to benefit students and support academic instruction. These funding sources are then administered by localized Tech Fee Committees with 50% or more participation by Georgia State students which then review and vote on proposals presented for possible funding against these allocations.
When creating a proposal for Tech Fee funding you will be asked to identify the fund to which you are applying. See below for a description of the options available to you as a prospective awardee. Be sure to review the Tech Fee Guidelines for appropriate use which apply to all funding sources listed.
If you have questions about the funding sources below, please contact the Tech Fee Administration Team at [email protected] or the Unit Coordinators for the specific funds described below.
Prospective awardees employed within an academic department will in most cases apply for funding from that department’s tech fee allocation. When applying for funding from your academic unit select the unit as listed below in the online Tech Fee proposal form.
- Andrew Young School of Policy Studies
- Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing & Health Professions
- College of the Arts
- College of Arts & Sciences
- College of Business
- College of Education and Human Development
- College of Law
- College of Law Library
- Honors College
- School of Public Health
- University Library
The Senate IIT Committee administers a small allocation from Tech Fee Revenues which is intended for administrative units such as Student Services who may have proposals which meet Tech Fee guidelines. When applying for funding from this fund select “(Senate IIT) Administrative Groups” as listed in the online Tech Fee proposal form.
The Senate IIT Committee has allocated a portion of Tech Fee revenues for the continued funding and operation of student facing services such as student printing, software licensing and lab operations. These proposals are entered by IIT representatives and should be identified using the “Institutional Mandates” funding source in the online Tech Fee proposal form.
The Perimeter College fund is available for Perimeter College academic and administrative department employees to apply for funding. Employees of university-wide departments or colleges and schools that enroll Perimeter College students should contact the Perimeter College Unit coordinators prior to submitting a proposal.
The Senate IIT Committee has allocated a portion of Perimeter College Tech Fee revenues for the continued funding and operation of student facing services such as student printing, software licensing, classroom maintenance, and lab operations. These proposals are entered by IIT representatives and should be identified using the “Perimeter College Mandates” funding source in the online Tech Fee proposal form.