Student Amenities Fees

Student Services and amenities fee (SAF) Funding Allocation

The tables below contain detailed information about how the SAF revenue has been allocated based on student consultation. 

2017

 
$
% OF TOTAL SPENT
SAF Revenue
5,500,000  
CARRIED OVER FROM 2015
400,000  
TOTAL Available 2017
5,900,000  
Funding Allocation
 
 
Careers, Employability and Entreprenuership     16%
Employability, Careers and Entrepreneuriship 869,154  
UOW Pitch (iAccelerate)65,000  
Health and Wellbeing   24%
UOW Wellbeing 572,683 
Indigenous Cultural Identity and Health Wellbeing*55,000  
Accommodation Support44,000 
Disability liaison at Shoalhaven 40,000  
Safezone App30,000  
Subsidised URAC Funding 357,222  
URAC Safety Courses5,000  
Free Legal Advice 60,000  
Free Financial Counselling15,000  
UOW Sports Funding 206,720  
Respect. Now. Always 10,000  
WIC ED* 14,823  
Developing Study Skills   2%
Critical Digital Literacies (Manage, Use, Create) 139,206  
Student Services Division On-line Instructional Videos 10,000  
Student Engagement & Campus Life   19%
Campus Engagement (IC + Sydney + Liverpool)78,150  
Student Association Services Administrator 50,750  
Faculty Based Clubs 265,000  
Postgraduate Orientation35,000 
Global Communicators Program59,000  
UOWx  339,000  
Regional Campuses Social Club and Beverage Services 45,000  
EarlyStart International Student Playgroup 20,292  
Campus Equipment Container 14,000  
UOW Debating Society 25,000  
CSE meeting room multi-media 20,000  
Parents and Children's Room 50,000  
Southern Sydney Kitchen Space 30,000  
Study Pod multi-media 10,000  
Student Representation Review Project 77,000   
Space Development -  Informal Learning Spaces 2,000,00034%
Contingency 288,000 5%
Total ALLOCATED
5,900,00 100%
One-off and Capital Expenditure 467,543 8%
Recurrent Expenditure5,432,457 92%
Projects in italics indicate regional campus projects 235,717

4%

 *Projected SAF revenue is based on estimated numbers of student enrolments, study load and campus. As this figure can fluctuate each session, a portion of SAF funding has been retained as contingency.
 

2016

 
$
% OF TOTAL SPENT
SAF Revenue
4,982,575  
CARRIED OVER FROM 2015
505,000  
TOTAL Available 2016
5,487,575  
Funding Allocation
 
 
Careers, Employability and Entreprenuership     17%
Employability, Careers and Entrepreneuriship 730,500  
Regional Campus Careers Consultants 139,000  
iAccelerate Pitch Event 65,000  
Health and Wellbeing (inc. Sport and Recreation)   23% 
Health and Wellbeing 656,614  
Accommodation Support at Sydney Campus 10,000  
Disability Liaison/Counselling at Shoalhaven Campus 40,000  
Accreditation of non-UOW accommodation 45,776  
Enhanced Airport Pick Up Service 24,272  
Safezone App 30,000  
Subsidized Gold Pass Gym Membership 357,222  
Sport Club First Aid Training and Safety Equipment5,000  
Free Legal Advice 60,000  
Free Financial Counselling 25,000  
Indigenous Cultural Identity Health and Wellbeing 21,000  
Developing Study Skills   4%
Critical Digital Literacies (Manage, Use, Create) 145,096  
Student Support Online Presence 6,750  
Learning Development Online Site 46,875  
International Student Online 25,000  
Library 3D Printers 15,000  
Student Engagement & Campus Life   15%
Innovation Campus Social Club and Events 43,000  
Reception resource for Student Organisations - WUSA/WUPA 61,000  
Faculty based clubs and societies225,516  
Postgraduate/Mature Age Orientation 35,000  
Online Alumni Mentoring Program18,330  
Development of Clubs and Societies Executive 2,500  
Co-curricular Learning Opportunities and Recognition Project 312,223  
Social Club & Beverage Service 45,000  
Sydney CBD Campus Student Event Program 15,000  
Global Communicators Program 59,000  
Early Start International Student Playgroup23,292  
Student Space Development   37%
Informal Learning Spaces 2,000,000  
Contingency200,000 4%
Total ALLOCATED
5,487,966 100%
One-off and Capital Expenditure 2,176,955 40%
Recurrent Expenditure 3,111,011 60%
Projects in italics indicate regional campus projects292,000 6%

 *Projected SAF revenue is based on estimated numbers of student enrolments, study load and campus. As this figure can fluctuate each session, a portion of SAF funding has been retained as contingency.
 

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Last reviewed: 10 April, 2017