Student Activity Fee
- Student Activity Fees-Funding Policies
- Student Organization/Activity Account Funding Application
- Student Organization Request for $50 Seed Money
- Registered Student Organization Grant Guidelines
- Student Activity Fee Account Distribution
Where Does My Money Go?
Financial support for co-curricular programs comes from the Student Activity Fee, which all undergraduate and graduate students pay each semester. The fee, which is non-refundable, is assessed on a per credit hour basis up to a maximum of 12 credit hours.
Without the money from the Student Activity Fee, Indiana University Southeast would not be able to offer many of the activities or sponsor the organizations that develop and enrich student life at Indiana University Southeast.
Activities and Organizations sponsored by the Student Activity Fee
The fee allocation funds the operation of all intercollegiate athletic functions. IU Southeast offers intercollegiate opportunities in volleyball, men's and women's basketball, baseball, softball, and men's and women's tennis. The funds also support travel for the teams that qualify for post-season tournaments.
The cheerleaders perform at all men's and women's home basketball games and various other on- and off-campus events. The cheerleaders help promote our athletic programs, support student athletes, and generate school spirit.
The Children's Center is a drop-in program for children ages 3 - 12 and can accommodate up to 27 children at any time. Students pay a nominal hourly rate to assist in funding the Center.
Family and Parent Program
Family and Parent Programs connect students, parents, and family members to the campus community. Family and Parent Programs engage in parent and family outreach; communicates information about campus resources; and encourages involvement in campus activities and events.
The Fitness Center, located in the Activities Building, is free for all students. The Center has a variety of equipment including treadmills, elliptical, and free weights. The gym floor, tennis courts, and outside basketball court are also available for students to use when not in use by a varsity athletic team.
The game room is one of the primary student lounge areas on campus, offering video game hook-ups, board games, billiards, table tennis, and a place for student recreation, relaxation, and interaction. The fee allocation provides for game-related equipment and staff coverage.
Graduate Research Journal
The Graduate Research Journal provides graduate students from any of the graduate programs the opportunity to publish their research and other scholarly work. The Graduate Research Journal is available at the Information Desk and displayed across campus.
The Horizon is the official multiplatform student news organization of IU Southeast. The twice-monthly newspaper and website are funded by the student activity fee and advertising revenue. All facets of the publication are student-driven.
The Intramural Sports program offers a fun and unique recreational opportunity for students to participate in leagues, tournaments, and events in a wide variety of sports and activities. Intramurals provides opportunities for students to meet new friends in an extracurricular environment.
The student activity fee allocation provides various leadership development programs for students. The diverse array of programs focus on developing current and emerging student leaders as well as providing opportunities for other students to develop leadership skills and gain the tools needed to effectively lead.
Learning Enrichment Fund
The fees supporting this fund are dedicated for the enrichment of students' educational experiences. The fund allows students to travel to conferences to make research or other professional presentations. Students with faculty support may apply for these funds.
The Literary Review
The Literary Review is published every year with photographs, poetry, and short stories submitted by students. The Literary Review is published by students and is available at the Information Desk and various places around campus.
Registered Student Organization Grant
The Registered Student Organization Grant (RSO Grant) provides opportunities for occasional funding to enrich and enhance the quality of student programming, to increase student engagement in activities, and to increase student presence on campus through sponsored events. The RSO Grant will benefit RSO’s that do not already receive funding from student activity fees.
Student Government Association (SGA)
Allocations to the Student Government Association provide the financial resources necessary to address student concerns and to represent IU Southeast throughout the state. These fees also allow your student representatives to attend IU Board of Trustees meetings.
The fees provide one-time seed monies to new recognized student organizations, fund opportunities to encourage and increase student engagement, and support the annual Commitment to Student Learning awards program.
The Student Planner provides students with campus activities and events, the academic calendar, and campus resource information.
Student Program Council (SPC)
Fees allocated to the Student Program Council provide the financial support for all student-produced lectures, concerts, and events on campus. All aspects of the events are planned and produced by students.
Undergraduate Research Journal
The Undergraduate Research Journal provides undergraduate students in any academic discipline the opportunity to publish their research papers or essays. The Undergraduate Research Journalis available at the Information Desk and is displayed across campus.
The allocation funds campus and community service opportunities.
If you have any questions about your student activity fee or would like more information on the organizations and activities sponsored by the Student Activity Fee, please contact Student Affairs: (812) 941-2420