Student Technology Fee

STF Lab Replacement (PAF) Revised October 2021
STF FY2018 Budget (PDF)
STF_FY2019 Budget (PDF)
STF FY2020 Budget (PDF)
STF FY2021 Budget (PDF)
STF FY2023 Budget (PDF)

The funds generated by this fee are designated for technology activities that benefit academic outcomes or instructional objectives aimed at student success. Typical expenditures at Georgia College & State University include support for maintaining the computer lab facilities across campus, Library equipment checkout, replacement and expansion of student-used hardware and software, and classroom instructional technologies. As mandated by the University System Board of Regents, this fee is paid by all students enrolled at any University System of Georgia Institution.

For the ITC operating hours and general information, please visit:  IT Help Desk

Student Technology Fee Advisory Committee (STFAC) meets regularly during the academic year.  Meetings are summarized and available on our minutes page.  If you would like more information on the STFAC, please contact us.

2023-2024 Student Technology Fee Advisory Committee
Student Representatives 
Connor Hilly - SGA President
Ryley Cole
Maxwell Gohn
Axel Hawkins
Shi Hiers
Grant Jones
Holly Leskovics
Savannah Parris
Sam Pennington

Faculty & Staff Representatives
Chris Greer, Chair
Debbie Greene
Gongbing Hong
Matthew Milnes
Edward Whatley

Non-voting Members
Susan Kerr,  CIO | STFAC is advisory to the CIO
Katie Lipscomb, Secretary/Coordinator
Kell Carpenter
Fred Godin
Maria Gordon

Student Technology Fee Advisory Committee Procedures (PDF)

Grant Process (Select for full details)
Call for the Student Technology Fee Innovation Grants are Issued in the Fall and Spring
Call for Innovation Grants Fall 2023 - process closed at 12 pm on 10/30/2023 
Call for Innovation Grants Spring 2024 - process closed at 5 pm on 03/01/2024

Special Funding Process (Select for full details)
In accordance with the Student Technology Fee Advisory Committee procedures, the committee may consider special requests for funding and recommend such requests to the CIO.  Requests should follow the Board of Regents Technology Fee Guidelines.

Student Technology Fee Advisory Committee
Chris Greer, Chair
Susan Kerr, Chief Information Officer