Facilities and Fees Board

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This board consists of the Facilities and Fees Chair and the student representatives of the seven Student Advisory Committees.

The Facilities and Fees Board (F&F) exists to provide student life facilities and to establish appropriate policies for usage of these facilities. It serves as the campus-wide governing board regarding program revenue facilities by overseeing non-allocable student fees, initiating policies that improve and enhance facility usage, and by initiating recommendations concerning appropriate facility development, renovation and construction.


Committees

Dining Services Advisory

  • To provide feedback and recommendations on all aspects of the dining service operation and policies.
  • To facilitate communication between the student body, the food service contractor, and the University Dining Service on all issues related to dining services.
  • To provide student input and representation on dining service related committees and issues, including, but not limited to:
    • Food Service Request for Proposal (RFP) Committee
    • Vending Services Contract
  • To assist in the development and implementation of a valid dining service customer satisfaction feedback system.

Recreation and Sport Facilities (RSF)

  • To foster open communication with the students, faculty and staff members that frequent the Hunt Arena, Knowles Recreation Center, and Intramural Complex.
  • To initiate policies and procedures pertinent to building use, and review recreational facilities budgets during the academic year.
  • To coordinate, develop and oversee the quantity, quality, and scope of facilities utilized by students for recreational purposes.

Residence Hall Association (RHA)

  • To provide on-campus living accommodations and services that support, enhance and advance the residential student life programmatic initiatives.
  • To develop policies that governs and promotes the development, establishment, maintenance, enhancement, financing, dissolution, and utilization of student life residential living facilities.
  • To act as a board of appeals, overseeing decisions made by Residential Services regarding the living arrangements of specific individuals.
  • To provide oversight into the expenditure of residential services revenues and approve general user fee rates as outlined in the University of Wisconsin-River Falls Guidelines on Allocable/Non-allocable Segregated University and User Fees.

Student Health Advisory

  • To serve as an advisory group related to the various contracted services offered through Student Health Services.
  • To represent student interests as they relate to contracted services and other services and programming offered through Student Health Services
  • To assist in marketing and developing student awareness of services and programming offered to students through their Student Health Services fees.
  • To assist in prioritizing and targeting health related services and programming for students.
  • To provide input into the development, evaluation and review, and improvement and enhancement of health related policies, programming and services.

Textbook Services

  • To provide undergraduate textbook rental.
  • To provide oversight into the expenditures of textbook services revenues.
  • To develop policies that governs and promotes development, establishment, maintenance, enhancement, financing, and dissolution of undergraduate textbook services.

University Centers

  • To provide facilities and services that support, enhance and advance general student life programmatic initiatives.
  • To develop policies that govern and promote development, establishment, maintenance, enhancement, financing, and dissolution of non-food portions and the reservations position of University Center, Hagestad Student Center, Rodli Commons, the North Hall, Auditorium, and the Residential Hall Conference Rooms.
  • To provide oversight into the expenditures of university centers revenue and approve general user fee rates as outlined in the University of Wisconsin-River Falls Guidelines on Allocable /Non-Allocable Segregated University and User Fees.

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