Fee Remission Charges on Sponsored Projects
June 8, 1990
Effective immediately, fee remissions should be added to all proposals where there are qualified graduate teaching or research assistants paid from the project. The amount should be shown in the budget in the “other” category and should be excluded from the calculation of indirect cost whenever full recovery rates are used. Charging of fee remissions to individual accounts will actually begin with the fall semester.
Qualifications will be as follows:
The amount to be included in the proposal for each qualified graduate student will be as follows:
- The appointee must be a full-time graduate student with an appointment of at least 37.5% FTE.
- The appointee must be performing either teaching or research activities (Associate Instructors and Research Assistants).
This amount is to cover the equivalent of instate fees (less the unremittable fee to be paid by the student) for all qualified graduate students. If the student is out-of-state, the difference between instate and out-of-state fees will be covered by the employing school.
- Academic Year Only $1,768.00
- Full Fiscal Year $2,210.00*
*If the proposal is for less than a year the fee remission should be prorated.