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Mandatory Fees

Repair and rehabilitation fee

The repair and rehabilitation fee helps cover the cost of repairs and maintenance for the approximately 800 university buildings and associated infrastructure. Examples are: sprinkler and fire alarm systems, elevator maintenance, window replacements, upgrades of electrical systems to support today's technology-driven classrooms and research spaces, replacement of window air-conditioning units with centralized systems, repairs to storm water drainage systems to alleviate flooding issues, and much more. Should you need additional information related to the repair and rehabilitation fee, you can find it on the CPF website:

Student health fee

The student health fee helps pay for the Health Center and provides reduced rates for routine medical clinic visits, a health and wellness program, and other services including two free counseling and psychological visits per semester. This fee is not for health insurance.

Learn more about the health fee

Technology fee

The technology fee supports services provided by University Information Technology Services (UITS), such as hardware and software in the student technology labs and at infostations, printing and print quota, discounted software, online training, workshops, and 24-hour help from the Support Center.

Learn more about the technology fee

Transportation fee

You may ride Campus Bus or Bloomington Transit without paying a fare if you show your student ID card.

Some notes on fees

G901 and LAW B798 students are not charged mandatory fees. You’ll still have access to technology and transportation services.

You can purchase SRSC and Health Center services directly from those facilities.

For Student Legal Services, you can pay your fee in person at the payment window in Poplars. You must pay by 4 p.m. on the Friday of the second week of classes for the term.