Each academic year the UW Tacoma Student Technology Fee Committee (STFC) requests proposal ideas from all UW Tacoma students and faculty/staff. The STFC welcomes all proposals that will improve the student's technology advancements through the submitting of proposals that meet a demonstrated need that cannot be funded through other administrative avenues. The special and annual request process and dates are below. Questions can be directed to the STF Committee chair at email@example.com or by phone at 253-692-4858.
The Student Technology Fee Committee (STFC) Special Allocation process will be open from January 6th, 2014 through January 20th, 2014 and the Annual Allocation process will be open from February 17th, 2014 through March 5th, 2014. The Annual Allocation process is funding for existing or to acquire new technology that will be used by the students of UWT.
Proposal applications and instruction for the 2015-2016 STFC Annual Allocations (submitted in February of 2015) can be found through DawgDen (Click here). You must have an active account in order to submit a proposal. Registration is easy! Simply use your UW Net ID.
Special Allocation Timeline
- January 6th
- Special Allocation Process Opens
- January 20th
- Special Allocation Process Closes
- January 21st - February 7th
- Special Allocation Deliberations
Annual Allocation Timeline
- February 17th
- Annual Allocation Process Opens
- March 5th
- Annual Allocation Closes
- March 10- May 16th
- Annual Allocation Deliberations
- May 20th
- STFC 2014-2015 "Annual Allocation Budget" passed by ASUWT Senate
- May 2014
- Annual Allocation Decision Notification
Please keep in mind, it is the responsibility of the proposer(s) to read the STFC Policies & Procedures thoroughly to ensure their request is considered for funding. Please contact the STFC Committee with questions.
Below, watch a short instructional video on how to submit an Annual Allocation Proposal. (Please use Firefox or Windows Explorer to view the video. It may also require a "plug-in" for your browser).