The Fee Board reviews student fee funds and allocates them to student organizations, in good standing, for their programs and activities.
The Fee Board is comprised of fifteen students and one advisor. The Fee Board Chair is elected from the Council of Student Advocates at the fall training. Two additional categories of students serve: club members and “at large” members who are not in a club. Each site campus provides one student representing a club and one “at large” student on their respective campus. Hardin Valley provides three club representatives and three “at large” students. All students are randomly selected from a pool of applicants by the Fee Board Chair and a campus administrator. Fee Board members must maintain a 2.5 grade point average during their term of service.
The budget for Fee Board allocations is annually determined as 15 percent of the projected student activity revenue for all semesters in that academic year. The committee administers the allocation process through established funding policies and procedures. This ensures neutrality in all funding decisions.
To request funding from the Fee Board, complete a Fee Board Funding Request.
All meetings are open to the public and are held on the first Tuesday of each month during the academic year. Meetings are held on the Hardin Valley campus and stream online. The Fee Board procedures, meeting calendar and minutes each have a link posted to the right.