We are often asked where student technology fees are allocated and how these areas are prioritized. IT, working within the strategic planning framework and assisted by Cabinet and other groups determine the priority projects that are funded by technology fees. Some of the fees go to support current services (Angel and WebAdvisor are good examples) while a considerable portion is allocated for Internet bandwidth and connectivity at the main campus and the off-campus locations. The agreement with Microsoft (Office Professional suite and Windows 7 downloads) and Trend Micro (antivirus) are funded largely by technology fees. Fees fund two IT staff members and virtually all of the IT student workers who run campus services including the Technical Support Center and student laptop repair services. The computers and laptops in the instructional classrooms, Patterson 200, the Student Center and various other locations at all campus locations are funded largely through technology fees. In recent years an increasing amount of fees are allocated to replace aging classroom instructional technology (pc’s, projectors, document camera, switching units, etc.) and infrastructure that provides network and Internet access to the various educational and living spaces on campus. As the use of technology increases with demands of online courses, wireless access, security, bandwidth and software applications our need to fund these priorities increases as well.