Explanation of Fees

Explanation of Fees

Tuition, Differential Tuition, Out-of-State Fee: Used to provide educational instruction and support services.

Athletic Fee: Used to fund BSU intercollegiate athletics.

Activity and Service Fee : Used to fund activities and services that benefit the general student body.

Building and Capital Improvement Fee : Used for building construction and repair.

Distance Learning Fee : Used to develop and deliver distance learning courses.

Financial Aid Fee : Used to provide financial aid and support services.

Health Fee : Used to fund student health services.

Technology Fee :Used to enhance instructional technology resources.

Transportation Access Fee : Used to fund the shuttle system and transportation infrastructure.

Equipment Fee : Used for the maintenance, repair and replacement of equipment.

ID Service and Access Fee : Used to fund student ID card services.

Material and Supply Fee : Used to purchase materials or supplies consumed in class.

International Student Fee : Used for costs associated with reporting requirements

Online Course Proctoring Fee : Used in specific courses to cover proctor fees. Fee is paid to a third party and not BSU.



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