OIT Education & Technology Fee (ETF)
The Education and Technology Fee (ETF) advances the quality of learning experiences and outcomes for students. It does this by embracing emerging opportunities that differentiate the learning experience beyond what appropriated funding allows, while remaining accountable to students, the university, and the state, for return on technology investments.
Examples include but are not limited to equipment, software applications, supplies for educational materials, laboratory expenses, student computing labs and facilities, connectivity infrastructure and services to support student learning, learning spaces, and field trips.
OIT is one of several organizations who report their ETF expenditures to the ETF Advisory Team. ETF Expenditure Guidelines are determined per fiscal year. The following information and reports are used to create OIT's annual ETF report as required by the advisory team.
OIT Base Allocation Breakdown (link to reports page coming soon)
What services have been allocated funds. For example, what part of OIT's ETF funds were spent on campus computer labs.
Historical ETF Information (link to reports page coming soon)
What has changed in OIT's ETF allocation. For example: "In the 2009-2010 fiscal year, ClassTech received ETF funding."
Yearly OIT ETF Report (link to reports page coming soon)
How OIT has spent its ETF funds. This report is compiled by the Business Services unit of OIT.
Campus ETF Reports (link to reports page coming soon)
What one-time funding requests were approved. This report may or may not be broken down by group.