Funded Student Programs & Services

Student Program and Services Fee (SPSF) money is collected each term (including summer sessions) based on the number of credit hours for which a student is enrolled up to a maximum amount of $120 per semester. 

The following chart provides a breakdown of all organizations, programs and activities funded by the Option 1 SPSF money for the 2017 - 2018 academic year.

Note:  All fee revenues generated, but not spent, are carried forward and are available for future use. 

SPAC Funded Programs for the 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

Campus Activities Board

Fall 2017:  $38,595.08

Spring 2018:  $31,529.01

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Fine Arts Performances
Welcome Back Comedy Show - Jessi Campbell & Francisco Ramos
Slam Poet - The Asia Project
Comedian & Magician Daniel Martin
  5th Annual UTC Drag Show 
Music Performances
Open Mic Night
Battle of the Beats 
Special Events 
  Oak Street Roast
Paint U
Party on the Lawn
Uptown Art
Grocery Bingo
Fright Night
Spike Ball Tournament
Mocs Block Tailgate (November)
Glow in the Dark Dodgeball 
Grocery Bingo: Spring Break Edition 
CAB Week - Kickoff 
CAB Week - Trivia Night 
  Girls Trip 
  Guardians of the Galaxy 2 

Registered Student Organizations

Fall 2017: $19,095.76

Spring 2018: $15,558.39

Meet & Greet featuring Beth Harwell (College Republicans)
Healing Memories & Healing Societies (Psi Chi)
  The Pro Life Mission (Students for Life at UTC) 
Latino v. Hispanic:  What's the Difference? (HOLA)
  Immigration Forum (HOLA)
  Justin Jones-Fosu (UTC Panhellenic Council)
  Injustice in the Prison Industrial Complex (Hope House) 
  Beat the Pipeline (SGA)
  Hidden Figures: Activating the Leader in You (Fortitude)
  Understanding the Power of Your Voice - Panel Discussion (Fortitude)  
  A Night with a Gentleman (Brother 2 Brother)
  Spider Cognition Presentation (Psi Chi)
Fine Arts Performances
Learn a Latin Dance: Bachata Edition (HOLA) 
Student Latin Dance Exhibition (HOLA)
  #sayitanyway with Adam Grabowski (Active Minds) 
  Spring Art Exhibition (Fortitude) 
  Colors of the World (Student Government Association)
Music Performances 
  LH Fall Concert Reception (Littleton H. Mason Singers) 
Special Events 
  Model UN Interest Meeting
Collaborative Coloring (Students for Arts & Interdiscipinary Learning)
Wild N Out Wednesday (NPHC)
Mini Maker Faire (CompUTC)
  Hispanic Heritage Month Kick Off (HOLA) 
YoungLife Hoedown 
Welcome Back Bible Study (Olivet Baptist Church College Ministry) 
Sweet Talk (Zeta Phi Beta Sorority) 
BSA Skate Night 
STEAM Forum 
RHA Sex in the Dark 
Blu & White Meet and Greet (Zeta Phi Beta Sorority) 
Alpha Phi Omega National Service Week
Halloween Social (Girls in Computer Science) 
  Southeast Entrepreneurship Conference (UTC Entrepreneurship Club) 
  Real Talk with Theta Rho (Delta Sigma Theta Sorority) 
  Study Day with Theta Rho (Delta Sigma Theta Sorority) 
  Latino Holiday Party (HOLA) 
  Deck the Halls (RHA) 
  Diversity Awareness Program with Justin Brown (BSA) 
  The BLOC Awards (BSA) 
  NPHC Field Day (NPHC) 
  So Sweet Stop (Zeta Phi Beta Sorority) 
  Etiquette for the Soul (Delta Sigma Theta) 
  Student Empowerment Luncheon (SGA) 
  CurlChella (BSA) 
  Food for Thought (Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity) 
  Outreach Grounded in Christ (Sigma Phi Lambda) 
  Understanding the Power of Your Voice - Panel Discussion (Fortitude) 
  In an Instant (Delta Sigma Theta Sorority) 
  Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Yardshow 
  Women in Media: #RepresentationMatters (Delta Sigma Theta Sorority)
  A Night at the Hunter Museum (Graduate Student Association)
  Career Recruiters Networking Luncheon (Graduate Student Association)
  Thirsty Thursdays Alcohol Awareness Event (Residence Hall Association)
  UTC Baseball v. Kennesaw State
Black in Latin America Movie Night (HOLA) 
Agents of Change Documentary Screening (UTC History Club) 
  What Tomorrow Brings Documentary Screening (UTC History Club)
  Detroit Movie Screening (CAB & BSA)
  It's A Girl Documentary Screening (UTC History Club)


Previous Programs funded by SPSF

We also have provided the breakdown of the programs and services funded though student activities fees in previous years: