Fee Board Purpose
The purpose of Fee Board is to review and allocate student fee funds to registered student organizations for their programs and activities. The committee administers the allocation process under the established funding policies and procedures to insure viewpoint neutrality in all funding decisions.
Fee Board Budget and Membership
The budget for Fee Board allocations shall be determined annually at fifteen percent of the projected student activity revenue for all semesters.
The Fee Board is comprised of thirteen students and one advisor: The Dean of Students, six (6) student club representatives, the COSA Liaison and six (6) "At Large" students (one student from each site campus and three (3) from the Hardin Valley campus). Students who are not members of a student organization, who can make neutral decisions, are invited to apply as Fee Board "At Large" members using the application link on the right of this page. Club Representatives and "At Large" members must have a 2.5 GPA and be enrolled for at least six (6) hours.
During the Fall and Spring semesters, the Fee Board members must be available to meet on various Mondays and/or Thursdays at 4:00 pm on the Hardin Valley Campus or virtually via the web.
Fee Board money is designated to support funding request from student organizations which contribute to the overall mission and goals of the College. Student organizations in "good standing" may request funds.