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What is the Student Activity Fee?
The Student Activity Fee (SAF) is charged to all full-time undergraduate students of John Carroll University on a semester basis. This fee provides for numerous activities that directly benefit students, including, but not limited to, programs, services, student facility improvements, and events. These activities enrich the student experience, build community, and encourage students to live out the Jesuit mission to lead and serve.

The Student Activity Fee is managed by two committees:  the Student Union Allocation Committee (SUAC) and the Student Life Allocation Committee (SLAC).  The total amount of the Student Activity Fee will be distributed as follows:  SUAC (55%) and SLAC (45%).  Changes ithe percentages larger than 2% (increase or decrease will require approval of the Vice President for Student Affairs (VPSA) and the Student Government Vice President of Business Affairs (VPBA).  

What does the Student Activity Fee pay for?
The SUAC funds the following allocations:

  • Commuter Programs
  • Leadership Programs
  • EMS
  • Fitness Room
  • Health Center
  • Immersions
  • Resident Ministry
  • Special Projects
  • Spiritual Development
  • Student Wellness
  • Residence Life Programming
  • University Counseling Center
  • VPAC

The SLAC funds the following allocations:

  • Athletic Spirit Activities
  • Club Sports
  • Greek Life
  • Homecoming
  • Shuttle Program
  • SOBB
  • Special Projects
  • Student Government
  • SUPB

Click here for a detailed list of allocations for FY20.