||The Student Health Center operates Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., while classes are in
session. Students may obtain there the range of treatments customarily performed in
an ambulatory care center. Referrals for specialized diagnostic and treatment procedures
are also made.
||This fee is the principal source of financial support for extracurricular activities for Western Carolina University students. Services supported by this fee include
operations of the offices, senate and judiciary that make up the Student Government
Association. A wide array of entertainment events for students is underwritten by
the fee, as is a series of lectures, exhibitions and concerts. Personnel and operating
expense are supported for Campus Recreation and Wellness and Campus Activities Center
which attracts participation by most of the campus student population. Student participation
in and performances by the University band, choral and orchestral groups, as well
as student drama productions, are also subsidized.
|Student Recreation Center Debt Service
||This fee is established to generate funds to retire indebtedness for the constructions
of the Student Recreation Center
|Book Rental (Undergraduate Only)
||This fee is established to cover the cost of the undergraduate; book rental program.
||The fee supports a NCAA Division I Athletic Program which includes seven men’s and seven women’s sports. Fee revenue supports grants-in-aid
for student athletes, personnel costs, and operating expenses such as team travel,
recruiting, postage, printing, repairs and maintenance, equipment associated with
the intercollegiate athletics program.
||The fee is established to generate funds to retire indebtedness for athletic facilities.
|University Center Debt Service
||The fee is established to generate funds to retire indebtedness for the University Center.
||The documents fee is used to defray costs; associated with the electronic ordering,
and the production and delivery of transcripts, enrollment certifications,degree verifications,
transfer credit evaluations and other official enrollment related documents for current
students. Per semester limits apply to official transcript requests. Students who
cease enrollment have a 4-month grace period before per transcript charges apply.
|Education and Technology
||Education and Technology fee revenues provide for specialized instructional supplies
and services and for scientific and information technology equipment not provided
by State funds.
|Association of Student Government
||This fee is sent to The University of North Carolina Association of Student Governments,
a student led advocacy group whose main purpose is to ensure that the benefits of
The University of North Carolina are extended to the people of North Carolina, as
far as practicable, free of expense.
||This fee funds environmental initiatives and student learning opportunities.
||This fee generates funds for a comprehensive shuttle service to transport students from the outlying portions of campus to the central portion
of campus where classes and other student activities will take place.
|Dining Facility Debt Service
||The fee is established to generate funds to retire indebtedness for the dining facility.
|Brown Hall Debt Service
||This fee is established to generate funds to retire indebtedness for Brown Hall.
|Campus Security Fee
||This fee is used to assist in campus-based and UNC system-wide safety and new security
initiatives, staffing and security measures. These measures resulted from the UNC
Board of Governors’ 2013-14 UNC (system-wide) Campus Security Initiative report. The
structure for this fee allows $26 of the $30 collected from each student to fund campus
level and shared-services activities, while $4 of the $30 is allocated by the UNC
General Administration for system-wide coordination, trainings, and other shared services
||This fee pays for health insurance coverage for the semester. To waive, go to https://studentblue.bcbsnc.com/wcu.
|TOTAL for Undergraduate