Use of the Student Technology Fee at IU

At Indiana University, Undergraduate and Graduate Student Technology Fees are used to support services that University Information Technology Services (UITS) provides to students, such as the Student Technology Centers, instruction and classroom technology, the Support Center, and specific technology needs within students' schools of study. UITS relies on the annual survey and other key inputs from students to identify which services to support with the fees.

The Bloomington and Indianapolis Student Technology Fees are allocated across the services and software listed below, which support and enhance student success. Regional Student Technology Fees are used for specific technology initiatives on each regional campus, and support a portion of the software and services listed below.

  • Learning classrooms and collaboration spaces
  • Student Technology Centers
  • Software licensing
  • Student Information Systems
  • Graduate schools and departments
  • Support Center
  • Assistive Technology and Accessibility Centers
  • Student Academic Systems
  • Canvas
  • Research Computing Consulting
  • Video streaming
  • Contact Center
  • Client virtualization
  • Printing
  • Cloud Technology Services
  • High Performance Computing
  • Learning Spaces Design
  • Knowledge Management
  • Data privacy legal compliance
  • Research Advanced Visualization
  • Research storage
  • Collaboration tools
  • IU Online instructional design
  • IT Training
  • Cloud Technology Storage
  • Wireless network

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