SU Dedicated Fees are composed of ten individual fees created through student votes in campus-wide referenda, each of which is designated for a specific purpose. Some of these are administered internally by the Students' Union, whereas the majority of the fees are controlled by independent groups on campus.
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The Access Fund offers non-repayable financial assistance for undergraduate students at the University of Alberta. It provides assistance to students who are either ineligible for student loans, have reached the maximum in their student loan amounts or simply do not have access to sufficient funding.
Golden Bears and Pandas Legacy Fund
Implemented in 1991, the Golden Bears and Pandas Legacy Fund "foster[s] the general enhancement of inter-varsity athletics at the University of Alberta." Examples of this include hosting inter-varsity competitions, assisting in non-conference team travel and providing equipment for the Bears and Pandas.
Campus Recreation Enhancement Fund
Provides funds to various campus recreation services and programs to ensure that programs and equipment remain affordable for students. The fee also ensures that facilities offered by the University of Alberta Campus Recreation remain "of high quality, diverse, convenient, accessible, and affordable to students."
The Alberta Public Interest Research Group (APIRG) is a student-run, student-funded, non-profit organization dedicated to research, education, advocacy, and action in the public interest. APIRG exists to provide students with resources to be active citizens.
The Gateway is a student-run newspaper at the University of Alberta.
CJSR is a student-run radio station at the University of Alberta.
Refugee Student/World University Service of Canada Fund
Implemented in 1988, the Refugee Student Fund or World University Service of Canada Fund (WUSC) welcomes students from abroad, and "foster[s] human development and global understanding through education and training."
Student Legal Services
SLS aims to enable University of Alberta Law Students to give free legal information and assistance to the low income community of Edmonton and to contribute to Legal Reform and Legal Education efforts as they impact on poverty law issues.
SUB Renovation Fund
Approved by student referendum in 2012, this fee exists to fund renovations to Students’ Union facilities. A major renovation and expansion of the Students’ Union Building, completed in 2015, was funded in part from this fee.
The Landing Fund
The Landing is a student space offering support for gender and sexual diversity. The Landing strives to promote gender equality on a broad scale and advocate for the safe and acceptance of individuals of all genders and sexualities in campus life.