University Service Fees
The University Service Fee is a student support fee for areas of General Access, Student Activity, Debt Service and Facility Fees. The fee is utilized to support the needs of students that are part of the university and to provide access to activities and services. All students are encouraged to utilize the benefits provided. The University Service Fee or any portion of the fee is ineligible to be waived. The University Service fee is required for students who participate in courses thru The University of Memphis and is assessed based on the student's academic enrollment level (undergraduate/graduate/law/special programs).
General Access Fee
General Access Fee provides funding for various student services. General Access Fees are assessed based on the student's matriculation level (undergraduate/graduate/law/special programs) and the number of hours enrolled. For each semester, students that are enrolled will be assessed the University Service fee with a cap on the fee based on the academic enrollment level. The undergraduate level is capped at 12 credit hours; Graduate level is capped at 10 credit hours; Law level is capped at 11 credit hours; and special programs are assessed based on the enrollment and/or participation. The following services are funded through the General Access Fee:
- General Parking Access
- Change of Course
- Technology Access Fee
- Student Health Services
- Sustainable Campus "Green Fee*
- Graduation Fee
- Career Connections
- Student Athletic Fee
- International Experience
Student Activity Fee
The purpose of the Student Activity Fee is to provide and promote programs to assist in the development of educational, social, cultural, recreation and leadership skills of all students. The fee is designed to encourage broad student participation and to include all members of the student body. These fees are assessed based on the student's academic level (undergraduate/graduate/law/ special programs) and the number of credit hours enrolled.
Debt Service Fee
Debt Service Fee supports the retirement of indebtedness funds used for various capital projects as approved by the University Board of Trustees for each academic year. These fees are assessed based on the student's academic level (undergraduate/graduate/law/special programs) and the number of credit hours enrolled.
The Facilities Fee funds deferred maintenance and renovations of University facilities, including upgrading classrooms and campus infrastructure improvements and is based on the student's academic level (undergraduate/graduate/law/special programs) and the number of credit hours enrolled.
*Law Students are not assessed the General Parking Access fee.