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2021-2022 Student Technology Fee Allocations WSU Pullman

The WSU Pullman Student Technology Fee Committee met on March 9, 2021 to discuss and recommend budget allocations for academic year 2021-2022, following established guidelines.  The recommendations were approved by a majority vote of the ASWSU-Pullman Senate, presented to President Kirk Schulz on April 6, 2020, and approved by the WSU Board of Regents at their meeting in May 7,2021.

The allocations to campus groups are outlined in the table below.

Project Sponsor Request Title Approved Amount
Academic Outreach & Innovation Creative Corridor Projects $168,295
Academic Success and Career Center Virtual Career Expo$7,000
Center for Civic Engagement Community Engagement Software $10,000
CougPrintsStudent Printing Plan$159,325
CUBCUB Lair Collaboration Spaces $2,500
Enrollment ManagementAI Powered Digital Content Search $9,188
Intranational Programs / International Students' CouncilVirtual Desktop Infrastructure $13,716
Physics and Astronomy Department Technology Supported Interactive Physics Demonstrations $6,564
School of the Environment Virtual Forestry $25,000
The FIZ Expanding Welding and Electronical Capabilities to All$8,500
VCEA Carpenter Hall Ubiquitous Wireless $108,772
VCEAWegner Hall Ubiquitous Wireless$29,502
WSU Libraries4 Replacement Mac Workstations $13,900