Student Technology Access Fees
The Instructional Technology Committee has made their recomendations for the Technology Access Fee (TAF) for the 2017-2018 fiscal year to Mr. Petryshak and are awaiting final approval from him and the President. Proposals recommended for funding can be found on the TAF website by clicking on the link below and typing in Recommended in the box beside Approved.
TAF funds are required to be spent in the year collected. Projects are approved by line items, not by dollars. Because projects are not allocated dollars, any savings through the purchase process are collected in the overall TAF accounts and used to balance the TAF accounts at the end of the year. Purchases requested past March may not receive funding. The TAF committee revised the allocation process in October 2012. For all the allocation processes, please follow this LINK.
The Committee allocates $4,366,300 among the following seven categories. Any additional dollars are allocated by the Instructional Technology Committee among these seven categories as needed based on university priorities. The TAF budget for the 2017-2018 fiscal year is $4.366 million.
- Category 1 Infrastructure ($400,000)
- Category 2 Repair, Replacement, and Renovation ($1,012,459)
- Category 3 Recurring Costs ($933,222)
- Category 4 Discipline Specific Equipment ($904,000)
- Category 5 New Master Classrooms / Master Classroom Carts ($438,941)
- Category 6 Open Technology Based Learning Spaces ($200,000)
- Category 7 Enterprise Software ($477,678)
Purchase process for TAF Projects. Click here
Specifications for Master Classrooms If you need an estimate to renovate a space or construct a master classroom, please
send an email to email@example.com for equipment estimates and firstname.lastname@example.org for construction estimates.
Link to the list of software available through MTSU site licenses. Most Microsoft projects are available through MTSU's select agreement. Please contact ITD for additional information.
Annual spending and actual expenditures reports to the Tennessee Board of Regents.