Washington State University

Services and Activities Fees

WSU Tri-Cities

The WSU Tri-Cities Services and Activities (S&A) Fees Committee met on April 2, 2016, to discuss and recommend budget allocations for academic year 2016-2017, following established guidelines.  The recommendations, presented to interim President Daniel Bernardo on April 12, 2016, were approved by the WSU Board of Regents at their meeting on May 6, 2016.

The allocations to campus groups, considered expenditures of the committee, are outlined in the table below.

Group Allocation
ASWSU Tri-Cities $    195,000
Athletics1 -        
Career Development2 $     17,150
Cougs in the Community $       4,500
HB 1079 coalition3 -
High School Programs -
Office of Student Life4 $    173,176
Recreation Programs5 $      24,120
SEB6 $      90,674
Student Financial Services7                             $      34,500
WSUTC Club Sports $      16,975
TOTAL $    556,095


The S&A Committee also recommends $63,224 be allocated from the Tri-Cities S&A Fee Reserve (16B-6273-0011) to the Facilities Project Account (16B-6273-6633) to be set aside for Student Union Building reserves.

1. $2000 allocated from the Tri-Cities S&A Fee Reserve (16B-6273-0011) to Athletics.

2. $21,000 allocated from the Tri-Cities S&A Fee Reserve (16B-6273-0011) to Career Development.

3. $7,200 allocated from the Tri-Cities S&A Fee Reserve (16B-6273-0011) to HB 1079 coalition.

4. $30,672 allocated from the Tri-Cities S&A Fee Reserve (16B-6273-0011) to Office of Student Life.

5. $17,442 allocated from the Tri-Cities S&A Fee Reserve (16B-6273-0011) to Recreation Programs.

6. $9,326 allocated from the Tri-Cities S&A Fee Reserve (16B-6273-0011) to Student Entertainment Board.

7. $17,000 allocated from the Tri-Cities S&A Fee Reserve (16B-6273-0011) to Student Financial Services.


More information on the WSU Tri-Cities S&A Fees process can be found here.



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