Asset Preservation Fee
Beginning with the fall 2018 semester, Eastern Kentucky University is implementing an Asset Preservation Fee. This fee, approved by the Kentucky Council on Post-Secondary Education (CPE) in February, 2018; and also by the EKU Board of Regents in June, 2018, is $10 per credit hour and is capped at $150 per semester. The fee applies to all credit hours, excluding online and dual-credit hours. Funds generated by the Asset Preservation Fee are restricted for University Education & General (E&G)-funded capital asset preservation and renovation projects. Funds will be used only to provide for much-needed maintenance and preservation of instructional, operational and common-use areas on campus and will not be used for new building projects or other new initiatives. The overarching purpose for the Asset Preservation Fee is to aid the University in being the best steward of the facilities and spaces already on our campus. Project priorities will be established by University Administration and will be reviewed and approved by the EKU Board of Regents prior to expenditure.