Category: Financial

March 10, 2021

Slight increases in TRF will help address software licensing price increases

Person working at a desk office business financial accounting

The FY 2022 Technology Recharge Fee, effective July 1, will increase slightly for academic, administrative units and medical centers to help address the escalating costs for enterprise software licensing.

October 14, 2020

UW-IT’s self-sustaining services & rates extended through Dec. 31

UW-IT is extending its FY 2020 rates for self-sustaining services through December 31, under recommendations by central Management Accounting & Analysis. The extension applies to all current FY20 service and hourly rates.

May 8, 2020

Submit a UW Student Technology Fee proposal

bag of money

The Student Technology Fee Committee is accepting proposals for spring quarter 2020 to fund projects that help meet the technology needs of students and further their educational, research and other goals. Proposals this quarter are reviewed on a rolling basis.

April 7, 2020

Financial aid to be calculated quarterly, to better reflect students’ dynamic living situations

bag of money

To more accurately estimate a student’s expected costs during a school year, the Office of Student Financial Aid (OSFA) has moved from annual to quarterly student cost calculations. The costs and awards will be adjusted on a quarter by quarter basis to better match the realities of the student experience. Read the full story.

November 8, 2019

Several IT services and rates see drop in price

Laptop on a desk, cable and a blurry photo of a city

UW-IT’s self-sustaining services and rates for FY20 will remain stable, with significant reductions in server colocation, cable TV and software licensing. Find out what services are offered.