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Facilities fee for two construction projects to be discussed

February 18, 2014

The Colorado State University community is invited to provide feedback on fees for two new construction projects on campus.

The Behavioral Sciences Building was completely funded through the student facility feeIn consideration of a potential facility fee increase to fund portions of two construction projects on campus, the University Facility Fee Advisory Board -- or UFFAB -- will host an open forum from 3:30-5 p.m. Monday, Feb. 24 in the LSC North Ballroom.

This open forum is open to the public and all students, faulty and staff are encouraged to attend.  

UFFAB’s mission is to ensure that all allocations of the University facility fee are used to provide new facilities or to improve current facilities that directly benefit CSU students.

President Tony Frank and Provost Rick Miranda have tasked UFFAB to consider a possible fee increase to partially fund two key construction projects on campus - a state of the art Biology building and a 250-person auditorium housed in the addition on to Warner College of Natural Resources.

The final fee increase cost opinion is being evaluated and potential donor funding is being explored.

The student facility fee funded the university's new Behavioral Sciences Building and, in 2010, the fee was increased to help fund the Scott Bioengineering Building.

Please join the open forum to learn more about the projects in consideration.


Contact: Dell Rae Ciaravola
E-mail: DellRae.Ciaravola@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-6009