Student Technology Fee Committee

The Student Technology Fee (STF) Committee comprises of current UW Bothell students appointed by the Associated Students of the University of Washington Bothell (ASUWB). Members are responsible for reviewing proposals related to the $42/quarter technology fee that each currently enrolled student pays.


Some responsibilities of the STF Committee include:

  • Coordinate funding recommendations to the ASUWB.
  • Meet weekly throughout the academic year; Every Friday from 2-4pm.
  • Review proposals on how the STF funds should be spent.
  • Allocate STF funding (approximately $3,00,000) with stipulations.
  • Explore methods and guidelines to maximize the benefit that the STF has on the student population.


Proposals can be submitted by any current student, faculty, or staff member of UW Bothell. However, money from the fee is not used to fund items that would otherwise be funded by legislative or administrative funds. Funding for projects are made on a yearly basis.

To be considered proposals must:

  • Show that the primary benefit is to students.
  • Not be contingent on subsequent years of funding.
  • Include a summary of student input, long-term plan for operation, and address issues of student accessibility.

Please Note: The committee does not fund equipment used for classroom instruction, ongoing maintenance and supply costs, salary for full-time or part-time staff/students; or wireless networking outside of the University’s central deployment.

Instructions for submitting proposals:

  • Read the following document: STF Guidelines.
  • All proposals will need email confirmations from for both IT and Facilities showing they have reviewed your proposal and you have address any concerns they have. STFC suggests that proposals be reviewed by Dan Sullivan of Facility Services (2-3777;, and Kyle Modenese of IT ( before being submitted. We recommend that you give these departments two weeks to review your proposal before you submit your application. They will then contact you with any concerns they may have that you can then address in your application.
  • Get a signed copy of from a Director, Dean, or Vice Chancellor confirmation letter verifying that their organization will take responsibility for the equipment purchased through the proposal.
  • You can use the following worksheet for your proposal: worksheet
  • Use the following budget sheet to document your proposed budget.
  • Fill out funding application via Microsoft Form and attach your budget sheet with letters of support from Dead/Director/ or Vice Chancellor and email reviews from IT and Facilities.

Application Process

2023- 2024 Cycle 2- Funds available this fiscal year after July 1

AVAILABLE FUNDS – $3,500,000 (1,750,000 per cycle)

Important Dates

  •  Final application deadline is 11:59 pm on April 10th
  •  Hearing notification by 6:00 pm on April 22nd   
  • Hearings for selected applications between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm on May 3rd or May 10th
  • Tentative decisions announced by 6:00 pm on May 27th
  • Hearings for appeals between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm on June 7th   
  • Final decisions will be announced by 6:00 pm on June10th

How to Join the STF Committee

Applications are CLOSED for the 2023-2024 academic year.

Members | 2023-2024

  • Phoung Vu – Chair
  • Vivian Hoang – Vice-Chair
  • Leonille Matunan – ASUWB Representative
  • Kamila Lopez-Avendano – Member
  • Yehyun Park – Member
  • Kuro Salita – Member
  • Sepehr Samadi – Member
  • Terry Hill, Director of Orientation & Transition Programs, 425-352-3868
  • David Moehring, Senior Capital Planner, 425-352-5143
  • Dan Sullivan, Project Operations Specialist, 425-352-3777