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The Ed Tech fee exists to give Plattsburgh students the competitive edge. A mandatory charge on your student bill, this fee supplements state funding and allows SUNY Plattsburgh to provide you with the best possible technology support, services, and education. The Dean of Library and Information Services seeks input from the LIS Student Advisory Committee, maintaining a direct line of communication among SUNY Plattsburgh students, the staff of the Library, and the LIS division. An accounting of expenditures is made available annually.
Your Ed Tech fee also establishes a consistent revenue stream that enables the College to conduct long-range planning for technology. It allows the College to respond to short-term needs and to adjust for changing curricular needs and student priorities.
|Teaching & Technology
|Lab & Media Replacement||$45,000|
|Network Infrastructure & Operations||$317,500|
|Academic Software Licenses||$140,571|
|Academic Department Projects||$80,000|
|Smart/Computer Classroom Rehab||$192,000|
|Academic Equipment Replacement||$110,000|
|Branch Campus Ed Tech Fee Reimbursement||$30,000|
|HVCC Ed Tech Fee Campus Reimbursement||$6,000|
|Classroom & Customer Support Services||$117,000|
|Computing Systems & Desktop Support||$99,529|
|Public Space Furniture Replacement||$20,000|
|Grand Total of Expenditures||$2,028,505|
As a rule, no. The fee is required for all students. The Dean of Library and Information Services will consider extraordinary exemption requests.
Yes. You must pay the fee prorated on the number of credits for your Incomplete course. If you are enrolled in other courses while you are making up the Incomplete course, then you are already paying the fee based on your enrollment status. For answers to your specific questions, please call the LIS Dean's Office.
For more information about Library and Information Services, please contact:
Holly Heller-Ross, Dean
Library and Information Services
2 Draper Avenue, Plattsburgh, NY 12901
Phone: (518) 564-5180
Fax: (518) 564-5100