SSA Funding

Get your project funded or learn more about some of your student fees


Total segregated fee revenue

Funding services ranging from Student Health to Athletics & Recreation to operating the Memorial Student Center & Price Commons


Times funding is approved each semester

Student organization requests for Contingency & Just in Time funding are approved every week


Allocated annually to student organizations

$370,000+ are allocated annually to student organizations through the Annual Budget Process, Contingency, & Just in Time funding


Funding streams available through SSA

Scroll down to learn more about each of them

Grants from SSA

SSA offers several different types of grants to fund a variety of projects on campus throughout the year. Many of these grants are available to recognized student organizations for purchasing equipment, purchasing event supplies, or for bringing a performer or speaker to campus.

Different types of SSA funding have differing deadlines. Some have fixed deadlines, while others accept proposals on a rolling basis throughout the semester.

SSA is Elevating Student Voices

by funding student-initiated projects.

Green Fee

The Green Fee funds projects that create a sustainable future for UW-Stout. Learn More →

Student Technology Fee

The Student Technology Fee funds technology-related projects initiated primarily by students for the benefit of the entire campus. Learn More →

Contingency & Just in Time Funding (Student Organizations)

Contingency & Just in Time Funding provide opportunities for student organizations to fund needs throughout the year. Learn More →

Annual Budget Process (Student Organizations)

The Annual Budget Process allocates funding to student organizations to foster fiscal stability & organizational success for an entire year. Learn More →

Segregated University Fees

Segregated University Fees (often shortened to seg fees) are assessed on most students for each enrolled credit. They fund many services, such as operating the Memorial Student Center & Merle Price Commons and Student Health and the Counseling Center. These fees allow these services to be available to students for free or extremely low costs.

Some expenses are considered allocable, meaning they are appropriated directly by SSA, while others are considered nonallocable, meaning SSA can only recommend them to the Chancellor.

Learn more about segregated fees

Questions about funding opportunities or student fees?

For questions about funding opportunities through SSA or fees assessed to students that SSA plays a role in allocating, contact the SSA Director of Financial Affairs at or the SSA Director of Communications at