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Green Fee Proposals

Supported by the UT Student Green Fee

The Green Fee, officially known as the Student Environmental Initiatives fee, was established by SGA vote in 2005 to provide funding for campus sustainability and clean energy projects. It is administered by the Student Environmental Initiatives Committee (SEIC), a representative body of students, faculty, and staff.

Green Fee Proposals

In the box below you can submit a rough idea for a project that you believe the Green fee could be used towards. Some examples of those projects can be found at the bottom of the page here. After submitting your rough idea a member from the Office of Sustainability will reach out to you in order to collaborate on creating an official proposal. If you would like to skip the rough draft step then please feel free to submit a proposal here.

Green Fee Rough Draft

This form is to enable students to provide a rough draft that can then be expanded upon with cooperation from the Office of Sustainability.

This box should be used as a starting point towards organizing an idea that will require funding from the Green Fee

Find the proposal form and some guidelines by clicking the button below.

Submit a Proposal

Funding for the Green Fee

Every semester the Green Fee collects $10 from in-state and $35 from out-of-state students in order to fund research and development of ideas that support environmental stewardship and sustainability. Every year that brings in about $850,000 that we need your help spending!