Student Facility, Activity, and Health Fee (Summer 2011, Fall 2011, Spring 2012)
The Student Facility, Activity, and Health Fee is a mandatory fee used to help finance facilities and activities that are of broad interest within the University community. Participation, involvement, or use of these programs, activities and facilities may vary from student to student and by semester.
Most fees are charged on a per hour basis up to a maximum of 12 credit hours per semester (6 credit hour maximum for the Summer semester). The Performing Arts Fee and the USA Today Readership Fee are flat rate charges for the semester regardless of number of hours taken.
The Student Facility, Activity, and Health Fee is $37.70. The following fees make up the SFA&H fee rate:
- University Center Fee ($11.25)
Helps support the operation of the Millennium Student Center.
- Athletic Fee ($10.40)
Helps support athletic programs. UMSL competes in NCAA Division II.
- Student Activity Fee ($4.65)
Helps support student organizations. Allocated by the Student Activities Budget Committee.
- Student Service Fee ($0.60)
Helps purchase equipment for student organizations. Allocated by the Student Activities Budget Committee.
- Recreation Facility Fee ($2.85)
Helps support recreational programs and activities and helps support the operation of the Mark Twain Building.
- Health Services Fee ($3.40)
Helps support the programs and operations of the University Health Services.
- A.S.U.M. (Associated Students of the University of Missouri) Fee ($0.15)
Helps support membership of UMSL in A.S.U.M.
- Infrastructure Fee ($2.40)
Helps support the campus shuttle service and Metro pass program and helps provide the funds necessary to cover the 1.25% maintenance and repair requirement for campus infrastructure.
- Metro Program Fee ($2.00)
Helps provide students with MetroLink and MetroBus semester passes.