Campus Fee Information

The campus fees are approved by the University Board of Trustees and are calculated based on the number of semester hours for which you are registered.

Following are campus fees:

  • Academic Facility Maintenance Fund Assessment (AFMFA): An assessment to support deferred maintenance and facility renovations for academic buildings. The fee is pro-rated by tuition range.
  • General Fee: A fee to support certain costs related to Auxiliary facilities and other matters.  Costs supported include payments for improvements and enhancements for facilities within the Auxiliary Facilities System (including repair and replacement), utilities costs, overhead and employment-related costs and allowances for University and Campus overhead, eligible grant programs, and capital financing and related costs.
  • Service Fee: A fee to support salaries, programming, general expenses, and utilities for campus Auxiliary Service units; such as Campus Recreation, the Illini Union, and the State Farm Center.
    Note: Students exempt from this fee because they are registered in credit range III or IV (less than 3 hours for Summer) may obtain these services by paying the semester fee at a cashier's window in 100 Henry Administration Building.
  • Health Service Fee: A fee to provide salaries, programming, general expenses, and utilities for the Counseling Center and McKinley Health Center.
    Note: Students exempt from this fee because they are enrolled in credit range III or IV (less than 3 hours for Summer) may obtain these services by paying the semester fee at the McKinley Health Center Business Office by the appropriate deadline for the term.
  • Health Insurance Fee: A fee that covers the cost of premiums to the insurance carrier and the cost of administering the group sickness and accident plan which provides world-wide coverage.
    Note: Contact the Student Insurance Office for information about waiver and deadlines.
  • Library and Information Technology Fee: A fee used to aid in the transition toward electronic media and digitalization, increase library hours, improve information technology services, strengthen opportunities for research technology and assistance, and enhance access to both electronic and print material collections.  The fee is pro-rated by tuition range.
  • Transportation Fee: A fee that supports a campus and community transportation plan for students; maintains the SafeRides program and enhances late night transportation.
    Note: Students exempt from this fee because they are enrolled in credit range III or IV (credit range IV for Summer) may obtain the services by paying the semester fee at a cashier's window in 100 Henry Administration Building by the deadline for the term.
  • Student-Initiated Fees:  All student initiated fees listed below were implemented as referenda questions approved by the students during the student election process. The amount will appear as a single line item on the student account and is not refundable.
    • Cleaner Energy Technologies Fee (CET): A fee used to purchase cleaner energy technologies for campus, including solar, wind, hydrogen, and geothermal projects; energy efficiency; and renewable energy from non-University producers.
    • Collegiate Readership Fee: A fee to fund the Collegiate Readership Program, which provides free copies of various newspapers.
    • Cultural Programming Fee (CP): A fee that supports cultural programming within 6 areas: African-American; Asian-American; Latina/o; Native American; lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender; and women's programming.
    • Krannert Center Fee (KCPA): A fee that supports programming at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.
    • Legacy of Service and Learning Scholarship Fee (Legacy): A fee creating a permanent source of need and merit based scholarships that include a community service component.
    • Sustainable Campus Environment Fee: A fee to help establish a sustainable campus environment by financing initiatives such as green buildings, engagement of the University community, recycling, energy efficiency, and environmentally responsible purchasing.
    • Students for Equal Access to Learning Fee (SEAL): A fee that supplements existing financial aid for students with financial need.
    • Student Organization Resource Fee (SORF): A fee to help fund programs and/or services of Registered Student Organizations.
    • Study Abroad and Travel Scholarship Fee (SAS): A fee to provide scholarships to undergraduate students for study abroad and to graduate and professional students for travel scholarships.
    • Media Fee: A fee to support Illini Media Company which operates The Daily Illini, Illio, WPGU, and other campus-based media.
    • Bicycle Programs and Infrastructure Fee: A fee used to fund better bike infrastructure, expanding bike parking, creating safety courses and materials for bike encouragement and education, and creating a bike rental program.

Note: Students who are exempt from the fees listed above because they are registered in credit range III or IV (less than 3 hours for Summer) may participate in them by paying the designated charge at a cashier's window in 100 Henry Administration Building. The charge will cover all the fees, which may not be purchased separately.