Universal U-PASS Advisory Board Winter Quarter 2012 Meeting 6 January 2012 Minutes Present: Bill Dow, Chair, ASUW representative Melanie Mayock, Vice-Chair, GPSS representative Sean Wilson, ASUW representative Adrian Servetnick, ASUW representative Conor McLean, ASUW representative Becky Edmonds, GPSS representative Rene Singleton, Student Life, Ex-Officio member Josh Kavanagh, Transportation Services, Ex-Officio member Celeste Gilman, Transportation Services Michelle Rhoads, Transportation Services Stephanie Parkins, Transportation Services Reed Keeney, Transportation Services Alicia Halberg, Transportation Services, Advisory Board staff Absent: Sarah Round, ASUW representative Miles Fernandez, ASUW representative, Senate Liaison Colin Morgan-Cross, GPSS representative Nate Jones, Transportation Services 1. Five minute public comment period a. No guests in attendance 2. U-PASS contract with transit agencies a. University of Washington Transportation Services has a contract with 6 ORCA transit agencies. This is a joint contract with UW Bothell, UW Tacoma, Harborview, and Cascadia Community College. Cascadia is included as it is colocated with UW Bothell. b. Transportation Services (TS) negotiates pricing separately with each transit agency, and each agreement is very different in scale and methodology. Each agency works within their own commitments and best practices with their own fare mechanisms. There are constraints in terms of what the transit team that TS negotiates with can do and what tools they have to do it. TS always works with specific ends in mind and tries to remain neutral on methodologies. i. Although there are different factors, the negotiations tend to depend on (a) the price per trip and (b) the number of trips. In some cases, TS is able to lock in both numbers, in others, the transit agency retains the right to increase the price per trip based on fare increases. This locking of factors only occurs for the student program. 1. TS always has this business risk, when transit agencies do not lock in rates, and works in different ways to mitigate it. ii. With each of the agencies, TS works with them to model an estimate of

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how many trips are taken. This year, for the first time, TS separated out the student population from the faculty/staff population. 1. Trip modeling is based on surveys. With smaller transit agencies, the sampling can be very small. 2. The nexus between a smaller agency and a smaller campus can be zero. a. For example, a UW Tacoma student may never use Everett Transit or the amount of trips taken might be negligible. 3. There are many surveys that go into these negotiations. a. UW Seattle uses a biennial campus-wide survey using statistically relevant samples and has the most robust survey data. iii. This is the last quarter and last contract that will have this section. The reconciliation clause was negotiated out last year. 1. Sound Transit and Community Transit data is either augmented or replaced with actual on-board survey data.The “reconciliation to pass distribution” section is a rebate on the previous year’s transit contracts. As TS worked to control the transit costs from previous years, they negotiated rebates based on modeled UPASS participation v. actual U-PASS participation. 2. These rebates have now been booked and collectively are referred to as the Rate Stabilization Fund. c. Transit agencies are invested in this program because it also protects themselves from future revenue erosion. A student research project successfully demonstrated that once a person begins using transit, particularly as a student, they are more likely to use it later. Essentially, the transit agencies also view this as part of their marketing expenses to support their future fares. d. Everett transit i. Students saw slight reduction in cost per trip from last year with a 10 percent discount on top of that. ii. There was not a projection of growth associated with the universal program for Everett Transit. The price for ’12-’13 is locked in at the same price as ’11-’12. Even though this agency is smaller than many of the others, this new contract still illustrates the ways in which agencies worked with TS and committed their resources the best they could to recognize the commitment students had made with making UPASS a universal program. These are not the kinds of concessions or arrangements TS would have been able to secure in the past. There was a degree of flexibility in transit agencies because of and only because of universal. They brought many concessions to the table from the get-go and TS pushed them even further. e. Community Transit i. There was new program analysis with this year’s contract. These

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revisions led to a 40 percent reduction in the student cost for Community Transit. This agency has committed to a two year lock on the number of student trips. However, they are considering the possibility an increase in their cost-per-trip if there is an increase in their fares. ii. Question about youth fares present on the contract 1. There are students in the UW population that are eligible for youth fare rates. This contract reflects that TS is charged for youth fare rather than full adult fare for these students. iii. Question about the contract with CT decreasing from $900k to $500k 1. This has to do with splitting faculty/staff and students into separate groups.There is a higher proportion of faculty/staff living here than students. f. King County Metro Transit i. The average price per trip for the previous year was $1.75. This year, Metro lowered it to $1.66. Pennies can make a big difference, because Metro is responsible for millions of U-PASS trips,. Metro’s General Manager, Kevin Desmond, became personally involved in negotiations and emphasized what a tremendous ally Metro has in students. ii. This contract predicts a growth in trips taken for ’12-’13, accounting for those who previously did not have access to a U-PASS. iii. Metro and TS were still in negotiations while the King County Council debated that congestion reduction charge, which students lobbied for. 1. Actions like these really paid off for students in a meaningful way. The negotiations had a real spirit of reciprocity. g. Kitsap Transit i. There was no change in numbers in price per trip. The projected number of trips is locked in for both ’11-’12 and ’12-’13. However, Kitsap retained the possibility of an adjustment in price per trip if they have a fare increase. ii. Kitsap Transit thought that the universal nature of the U-PASS program would lead to an increase in trips but agreed to keep the same number for projected number of trips in order to preserve their ability to adjust the price per trip. h. Pierce Transit i. Pierce Transit had no change in the price per trip, and retained the the same projected number of trips for both 11-12 and 12-13. They, like Kitsap Transit, have retained the possibility of an adjustment in price per trip if they have a fare increase. ii. Pierce Transit did cut service which was discussed in contract negotiations. These cuts were unlikely to have a large impact on the UW population. Even so, the growth in pass use from the program becoming universal would likely offset that cost difference. i. Sound Transit i. Sound Transit had a fare increase between the ’10-’11 and the ’11-’12

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contract. Although this resulted in an increase in the cost per trip, the contract ended up with a per trip rate about 12.5 percent lower than the rate they opened negotiations with. Sound Transit worked with us to estimate the number of trips taken and reduced that by about 12 percent from the start of negotiations. ii. Sound Transit used a similar method to King County Metro Transit for calculating trips for ’12-’13. There is some projected growth in the number of trips. iii. Once again, Sound Transit really went to bat for supporting the program and students. Sound Transit and TS had some very difficult conversations in order to make good things happen for students. Advisory Board questions i. How do we garner more reliability and lock these costs down? 1. Everett, Sound, and King County Metro Transit were willing to lock down the prices through ’12-’13. Kitsap, Pierce, and Community Transit decided they needed to continue to have that flexibility. 2. TS was at least able to lock one of the variables in all contract negotiations. When the program became financially unstable a few years back, TS saw both variables moving in an adverse direction. To see these locks demonstrates a large commitment on the part of transit agency partners. ii. How did Harborview see such wild changes in ridership approximation? 1. The numbers here are for trips, not riders. These numbers could reflect merely 4 employees riding to work every day and changing to 0 employees riding to work every day. a. These current numbers come from the sampling methodology and having very small sample batches. b. ORCA technology will help by counting the actual number of trips. iii. How close will are we to getting actual ridership figures and data? 1. See next section, “ORCA tap update”

3. ORCA tap update a. Finding the number of students who have not tapped to activate their U-PASS yet isn’t as easy as it seems. There is a database with a report of all card serial numbers that indicates whether or not a card has been tapped that month. This report turns over every month. As of November, when the largest batch of UW Seattle students faced expiring action items on their accounts (near the end of their 60 days to tap), 2,971 students received emails notifying them that they needed to tap. The system does not provide additional data on if these students followed-up after that email. i. This number is not indicative of regular transit users. Because U-PASS activation must be finalized in 60 days, there was a campaign to have students tap to activate their passes. Many tapped to activate merely to

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preserve their ability to ride in the future. ii. TS receives a report for cards that are about to have U-PASSes expire- they take that report and send out emails to students faculty and staff explaining the initial activation as well as the reactivation process. iii. At a very rough estimate, something like 7 percent of students in the universal U-PASS group did not activate their U-PASSes. iv. The number in this report has significantly trickled off as most U-PASSes issued at the beginning of Autumn Quarter 2011 have either been activated or expired. The report now consists of students who have registered late or have received replacement Husky Cards for whatever reason. b. TS has focused on program functionality--ensuring that student cards work on buses--over program reporting capabilities. Now that the system is up and running, the focus is starting to shift towards building the tools needed to access this reporting data. i. There is some business risk for future iterations: 1. Was TS generally, through the survey data, overestimating or underestimating ridership? 2. How much of that is in the faculty/staff program versus the student program? a. TS will need to have this information in a year but ought to have it six months in order to inform the transit contracts moving forward. c. There are some real challenges with accessing data. i. The UW system was set up in a such a way that it prevents TS from hooking up ORCA card serial numbers to student ID numbers to protect anyone from accessing a student’s personal travel data. In turn, this has made the reporting process much harder 1. Currently, all reports TS has are at the branch level: UW Seattle, UW Tacoma, and UW Bothell. These are for the campus as a whole and not divided between students, faculty and staff. ii. Additionally, UW is unable to use many of the ORCA standard reports. Therefore, these reporting programs need to be custom built. In this, the UW will have access to its own customized utilization data 1. There is an ability to specify a date range in these ridership reports. a. TS would like to hear about specific reports, numbers and data that the Advisory Board would like to see so that it can better tailor its reports and programs to those needs. b. One Advisory Board member spoke about the potential for having a histogram of ORCA taps/ridership data when the information becomes available. iii. TS can track branch ridership data at this point and compare it to branch level contracts for each transit agency. This can be presented at the next meeting or the following meeting. 5

4. Overall program financial data a. Attachment 3 is a summary year-to-date draft of the U-PASS program. It takes the program’s consolidated financials and then breaks it out compared to the business plan, which is similar to a budget. The left-most column is the program’s consolidated financial information. The middle-left column looks at the student U-PASS program, the middle-right looks at the faculty-staff program, and the far-right column looks at active transportation: biking and walking. The student program column would be of most interest to the Advisory Board. i. There is more revenue than what TS had budgeted for. But, contract services, which are predominately transit expenses, are also a little above what TS had budgeted. This has resulted in a small negative effect. ii. The student program shows a $1.222 million loss as opposed to $1.198 million in the budget -- putting the program at $24k in the negative. 1. Considering the magnitude of the numbers involved this is not an alarming issue and can be explained by seasonality. a. Only the first 5 months of this fiscal year are included on this sheet, including 3 months of Summer Quarter 2011 which used a previous contract. The program traditionally performs better in the combination of winter and spring than in the combination of summer and fall. The costs are not seasonally adjusted, but the revenue is. This seasonality has resulted in the aforementioned deficit iii. On the next line down one can see the figures of the previously discussed rate stabilization fund. Finally, the bottom lines show forecasted fund balances including the rate stabilization fund. The projected balance for June 2012 is higher than what TS had projected at the end of June 2011. In short, this year the program will end with a surplus. 1. But, there is a two year rate lock for students, resulting in a flat revenue rate, and some projected cost increases in the second year, as discussed in the transit contract financial information. 2. The projected surplus at the end of this year will be used to balance out the cost increases in the program’s second year a. This is a part of the sustainable funding model that students, TS, Student Life and the Board of Regents agreed upon. b. Therefore, the program is not operating in surplus, it is operating according to plan. iv. The projected program balance including the rate stabilization fund is $2.47 million at end of 2013. The stabilization fund has had very little change from 2011 ($2.42 million). 1. It is normal to have a certain level of funds in that stabilization fund, it offers a protection against uncertainty. a. This year, TS did very well at negotiating contracts with transit agency partners. They do not know if future

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contracts will be similar, or what the various ORCA reports will bring. b. This is one of the things the Advisory Board will consider as a committee: how to use this fund in the future and how much risk the program is willing to take on. b. Advisory Board questions i. What is the “Other Contract Services” line item composed of? 1. Transit contracts account for 95 percent of that expense line item. There are no other operational contract services in the U-PASS program. 2. Other UW Facilities Services costs are rolled into this line item. This includes costs such as the sandwich boards placed around campus to remind students to tap-to-active their U-PASS. Other U-PASS administration overhead costs are also rolled into this line item. a. These are negligible in the category as they are dwarfed by transit contracts, but TS does watch administrative overhead expenses closely. b. TS is learning a new way of working that is much more open to the public and published to the public. They want to ensure that all information is not misunderstood by people who aren’t working with them everyday. 3. The Advisory Board would like to see more breakdown of the costs in “Other Contract Services” at a future meeting. ii. Why is the Classified/Professional Salaries portion so far off? 1. As noted in footnote 3, TS’ Sales and Administration salaries were not included in the original budget due to a clerical oversight at the time the budget was prepared. 2. This S&A team provides technical assistance with U-PASSes as well as customer service and support. They are the front desk and phone team at TS. A majority of S&A’s time is spent working with parking and permits, and it is charged to that budget accordingly. a. These employees all sit on the TS parking budget and then costs are transferred to this budget based on the time spent working on the U-PASS program. i. TS samples and updates this information regularly and asks employees in the S&A team to track their work over a period of time. b. This is also immaterial in the scale of the U-PASS program overall because of the rate stabilization fund. This is why TS does not have to go out and request to raise U-PASS prices by $.25 iii. Why aren’t U-PASS costs apportioned out based on population, category by expense category? How are program costs allocated out across the various user groups? 1. Other elements may split more equitably whether they benefit 7 students or faculty/staff. 2. Today, TS will focus on this financial information and can prepare

5. Peer institution comparative study a. Attachment 4 is a large chart listing a number of the UW’s peer institutions both in the PAC-12 and elsewhere. The chart breaks down each school’s respective bus pass program by component. Components are highlighted in green if they share similarities to the U-PASS program. The darker the green, the more similar they are. b. The Advisory Board had requested at a previous meeting a column with information about what group is responsible for setting the population eligible to participate in that institution’s program i. In almost all cases, there was no group or identifiable body that was charged with that responsibility. ii. Instead, the “Eligible population breakdown” column describes which students are eligible and any additional information relating to this request. c. The Advisory Board would like to see an additional column summing up the cost per academic term to cost per year. d. There is also a 2001 study on universal bus pass programs nationwide. It is lengthy and therefore only a few copies have been printed for inclusion in the Advisory Board briefing binders, in an effort to save paper. Any Advisory Board members who are interested in seeing the study should contact Alicia for more information. 6. Tuition fee on statement a. The U-PASS fee was listed above tuition on students’ tuition statements this quarter. i. The programming routine for U-PASS may have run before the programming routine for tuition causing this. ii. TS will look into the cause of this and the possibility for moving the UPASS line item lower on the tuition statement. b. Changing the name of the U-PASS fee on tuition statements to “Transportation Fee” might better get at the goals and philosophical reasoning that substantiates the program. c. The Advisory Board will seriously considering writing a resolution to recommend the change. This, while UW IT works on moving the fee from a line-item on the tuition statement to the box listing all mandatory fees associated with tuition costs. i. Many peer institutions that had universal bus pass programs listed their fees in this way on their respective online tuition statements. ii. TS will look into the technicalities of achieving this with student fiscal services, UW IT, and the registrar’s office. 7. Program financials broken down by program a. Attachment 5 is a list of all majors at UW - Seattle with how many universal UPASS students are in the group and how that breaks down financially.

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b. TS worked with Laurel, a previous Advisory Board guest speaker from the student database, to get this information. c. Any questions about this information can be sent to Alicia or Celeste for followup.

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Attachment 2: U-PASS Agreement Products, Pricing and Terms Term: October 1, 2010 through September 30, 2011 Payment Terms: Quarterly payments, due net 60 days from receipt of invoice, payment via check Products Included: Regular service on all Everett Transit, Community Transit, King County Metro Transit, Kitsap Transit, Pierce Transit and Sound Transit buses and trains, including paratransit Vanpool on Community Transit, King County Metro Transit, Kitsap Transit and Pierce Transit Pierce Transit Emergency Ride Home service will be provided at UW Tacoma campus up to an annual value of $1000 use, at no charge to the University. Vanpool Service Terms: Monthly Value of U-PASS Vanpool Subsidy - full time riders Monthly Value of U-PASS Vanpool Subsidy - part time riders Monhly Value of U-PASS for Vanshare - Harboview Medical Center only

$ $ $

70.00 35.00 20.00

Individual vanpoolers are responsible for any required fare payment in excess of the fare subsidy provided by the University. For King County vanpools: In addition to the amount paid by University as set forth in this Attachment, University agrees to pay the subsidy rate for any and all vanpool subsidy over the initial payment. King County will invoice University for any additional amounts due. If actual van expenses incurred by Eligible Students or Eligible Faculty or Staff are less than the amount paid in advance by the University, as specified below, King County shall credit the University. FlexPass Production Fee: $1.25 per card ORCA Card Fee: $5 per card, except as provided in Section 11.10. Notes: (1) Transit costs subject to adjustment as provided by in Section 8.4 of U-PASS Agreement (2) Transit costs reconciled for Summer 2009, Fall 2009, Winter 2010 and Spring 2010 actuals. Reconciliation credits will be applied evenly over first three invoices (Oct, Jan and April).

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Everett Transit U-PASS Costs UW Seattle Campus

# Trips

Total Everett Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2) Subtotal Main Campus

21,386

$/Trip $ 0.56

Estimated Costs (1) $ 11,966.09 $ (1,560.46) $ 10,405.63

UW Bothell Campus Total Everett Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2) Subtotal UW Bothell Campus

1,404

$

0.56

$ $ $

785.34 (33.80) 751.53

416

$

0.56

$ $ $

233.16 (122.53) 110.63

1,110

$

0.56

$ $ $

620.89 17.94 638.83

$

0.56

$

0.56

$ $ $

(28.75) (28.75)

$ $

13,605.48 (1,727.61)

Cascadia CC Campus Total Everett Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2) Subtotal Cascadia CC Campus Harborview Medical Center Total Everett Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2) Subtotal Harborview UW Tacoma Campus Total Everett Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2) Subtotal UW Tacoma Campus

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Total Everett Transit Cost Total Reconcilation

Community Transit U-PASS Costs UW Seattle, UW Tacoma, UW Bothell Cascadia Community College and Harborview Medical Center # Trips $/Trip Total Community Transit 525,154 800 & Short-Haul 400 Series - Employees 145,969 $ 3.00 800 & Short-Haul 400 Series - Students 324,899 $ 2.72 Long-Haul 400 Series - Employees 10,398 $ 3.86 Long-Haul 400 Series - Students 23,144 $ 3.49 Local - Employees 6,431 $ 1.50 Local - Students 14,314 $ 1.36 FlexPasses 1,832 $ 11.00

Total Community Transit Cost Total Reconcilation

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Estimated Costs (1) $ $ $ $ $ $ $

437,834.00 882,425.00 40,099.00 80,817.00 9,645.00 19,438.00 20,152.00

$ $

1,490,411.00 (520,756.60)

Final, December 2010

King County U-PASS Costs UW Seattle Campus Total Metro 2010 Fares: Metro Only Youth fare Senior/Disabled Metro Transfer (4.7% plus ST LINK) 2011 Fares: Metro Only Youth fare Senior/Disabled Metro Transfer (4.7% plus ST LINK) Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2)

# Trips $/Trip 9,683,286 2,439,680 $ 1.79 191,280 $ 0.75 51,275 $ 0.75 203,385 $ 0.90 5,747,166 $ 1.97 450,598 $ 0.75 120,788 $ 1.00 479,115 $ 0.99

vanpool survey*

Estimated Costs (1) $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

4,367,027.22 143,459.69 38,455.93 182,029.59 11,321,916.35 337,948.67 120,787.76 471,928.32 (1,885,068.80)

$ $

37,500.00 69,000.00

$

15,204,984.74

*Survey costs will be shared equally between UW and King County Metro. Subtotal Main Campus UW Bothell Campus Total Metro 2010 Fares: Metro Only Metro Transfer (20.6% transfer rate) 2011 Fares: Metro Only Metro Transfer (20.6% transfer rate) Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2)

79,112 19,210 4,998 43,569 11,335

$ $ $ $

1.79 0.90 1.97 0.99

Subtotal UW Bothell Campus

$ $ $ $ $

34,386.51 4,473.04 85,830.04 11,164.88 (1,682.93)

$

134,171.54

$ $ $ $ $

28,206.16 4,536.90 86,989.92 13,992.14 (14,168.60)

$

119,556.53

$ $ $

323,457.49 1,071,252.79 33,764.16

vanpool

$

30,000.00

Subtotal Harborview

$

1,458,474.44

Cascadia CC Campus Total Metro 2010 Fares: Metro Only Metro Transfer (24.3% transfer rate) 2011 Fares: Metro Only Metro Transfer (24.3% transfer rate) Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2)

79,189 15,758 5,069 44,157 14,205

$ $ $ $

1.79 0.90 1.97 0.99

Subtotal Cascadia CC Campus Harborview Medical Center Total Metro 2010 Fares: Metro Only 2011 Fares: Metro Only Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2)

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640,510 160,127 480,382

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$ $

2.02 2.23

Final, December 2010

King County U-PASS Costs continued UW Tacoma Campus Total Metro 2010 Fares: Metro Only KCM/PT Transfer KCM/ST Transfer 2011 Fares: Metro Only KCM/PT Transfer KCM/ST Transfer Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2)

23,229 4,337 982 2,463 8,609 1,949 4,889

$ $ $

1.79 0.90 0.90 $1.97 $0.99 $0.99

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

7,763.07 883.70 2,204.31 16,959.91 1,929.62 4,815.74 (7,200.56)

Subtotal Tacoma

$

27,355.79

Total Metro Transit Cost Total Reconcilation Estimated Other Costs

$ $ $

18,682,399.76 (1,874,356.72) 136,500.00

Kitsap Transit U-PASS Costs UW Seattle Campus

# Trips

Total Kitsap Kitsap Only Youth/senior/disabled fare Kitsap Transfer (33% transfer rate) Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2)

$/Trip 66,064 39,053 5,553 21,458

$ $ $

Estimated Costs (1) 1.44 0.72 0.78

Subtotal Main Campus

$ $ $ $

56,236.84 3,998.25 16,737.19 (8,635.33)

$

68,336.94

UW Bothell Campus Total Kitsap Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2)

0

Subtotal UW Bothell Campus

$

(9.98)

$

(9.98)

$

(8.59)

$

(8.59)

Cascadia CC Campus Total Kitsap Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2)

0

Subtotal Cascadia CC Campus Harborview Medical Center Total Kitsap Kitsap Only Senior/Disabled Kitsap Transfer (33% transfer rate) Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2)

1,332 875 24 433

Subtotal Harborview

$ $ $

1.44 0.72 0.78

$ $ $ $

1,260.64 17.04 337.36 51.21

$

1,666.24

UW Tacoma Campus Total Kitsap Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2)

0 $

(193.53)

Subtotal UW Tacoma Campus

$

(193.53)

Total Kitsap Transit Cost Total Reconciliation

$ $

78,587.31 (8,796.22)

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Pierce Transit U-PASS Costs UW Seattle Campus Total Pierce 2010 Fares: Pierce Only Youth/Senior/Disabled Pierce/KCM Transfer Pierce/ST Transfer 2011 Fares: Pierce Only Youth/Senior/Disabled Pierce/KCM Transfer Pierce/ST Transfer Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2)

# Trips

$/Trip 151,227 10,601 3,178 9,121 14,907 31,804 9,534 27,362 44,721

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

Estimated Costs (1) 1.75 0.75 0.60 1.14 2.00 0.75 0.60 1.14

Subtotal Main Campus

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

18,552.17 2,383.42 5,472.43 16,993.94 63,607.44 7,150.27 16,417.28 50,981.83 (22,661.34)

$

158,897.43

UW Bothell Campus Total Pierce Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2)

0

Subtotal UW Bothell Campus

$

(633.53)

$

(633.53)

$

(918.87)

$

(918.87)

Cascadia CC Campus Total Pierce Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2)

0

Subtotal Cascadia CC Campus Harborview Medical Center Total Pierce 2010 Fares: Pierce Only Youth/Senior/Disabled Pierce/KCM Transfer Pierce/ST Transfer 2011 Fares: Pierce Only Youth/Senior/Disabled Pierce/KCM Transfer Pierce/ST Transfer Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2)

9,543 827 42 576 941 2,481 127 1,727 2,822

Subtotal Harborview

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$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

1.75 0.75 0.60 1.14 2.00 0.75 0.60 1.14

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

1,447.51 31.80 345.34 1,072.41 4,962.88 95.39 1,036.02 3,217.24 374.83

$

12,583.41

Final, December 2010

Pierce Transit U-PASS Costs continued UW Tacoma Campus Total Pierce 2010 Fares: Pierce Only Pierce Youth Pierce/OlyX Transfer Pierce/KCM Transfer Pierce/ST Transfer 2011 Fares: Pierce Only Pierce Youth Pierce/OlyX Transfer Pierce/KCM Transfer Pierce/ST Transfer Reconciliation to actual pass distribution (2)

63,127 12,753 1,327 570 733 400 38,259 3,980 1,710 2,198 1,199

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

1.75 0.75 2.50 0.60 1.14 2.00 0.75 2.50 0.60 1.14

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

22,317.75 994.92 1,424.64 439.54 455.75 76,517.99 2,984.75 4,273.91 1,318.61 1,367.25 (18,815.10) -

Subtotal UW Tacoma Campus

$

93,279.99

Total Pierce Transit Cost Total Reconcilation

$ $

305,862.44 (42,654.01)

Emergency Ride Home*

Sound Transit U-PASS Costs

UW Seattle, UW Bothell, UW Tacoma Cascadia Community College and # Trips $/Trip Harborview Medical Center Student Trips 975,288 $ 1.86 Faculty/Staff Trips 626,021 $ 1.86 Total Sound Transit Cost Total Reconcilation

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Estimated Costs (1) $ $

1,809,608.52 1,161,557.94

$ $

2,971,166.00 (236,568.32)

Final, December 2010

Student Contributions to Universal U-PASS by Major Fall 2011 Data Major Code A A -00-16 A A -00-20 A A -00-26 A A -00-30 A A -00-41 A A -10-26 A A -10-27 A A -30-27 A A -40-27 ACCTG -00-12 ACCTGX-01-27 ACCTGX-02-27 ACMS -00-15 ACMS -10-15 ACMS -20-15 ACMS -30-15 ACMS -40-15 ACMS -50-15 ACMS -70-15 ACMS -80-15 AES -00-11 AFS -00-15 AFS -00-16 AFS -00-25 AFS -00-30 AFS -00-41 AIS -00-11 AMATH -00-25 AMATH -00-30 AMATH -00-41 AMATH -10-25 AN EP -00-30 ANTH -00-11 ANTH -00-30 ANTH -00-41 ANTH -10-11 ANTH -20-11 APN -05-35 APN -10-35 APN -20-35 APNX -00-35 APNX -40-35 ARCH -00-26 ARCH -00-27 ARCH -30-26 ARCH -40-26 ARCHST-00-11 ARCHST-50-11 ART -00-00 ART -00-11 ART -00-24 ART -05-11 ART -25-14 ART -32-14 ART -60-11 ART -60-14 ART -70-14 ART -80-14 ART -90-14 ART -95-14 ART H -00-00 ART H -00-11

Major Name AERONAUTICS & ASTRO AERONAUTICS & ASTRO AERONAUTICS & ASTRO AEROSPACE ENGINEERING AEROSPACE ENGR (CM&S) AERONAUTICS & ASTRO(TEL) AEROSPACE ENGR (CM&S) AEROSPACE ENGR (CM&S) AEROSPACE ENGR (CM&S) ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTING (AUD & ASSUR) ACCOUNTING (TAXATION) ACMS (DISCRETE MATH AL) ACMS (ENGR & PHYS SCI) ACMS (BIOL & LIFE SCI) ACMS (SCI COM & NUM AL) ACMS (OPS RESEARCH) ACMS (STATISTICS) ACMS (MATH ECONOMICS) ACMS (SOC & BEH SCI) AMERICAN ETHNIC STUDIES AQUATIC & FISHERY SCI AQUATIC & FISHERY SCI AQUATIC & FISHERY SCI AQUATIC & FISHERY SCI AQUATIC & FISHERY SCI AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES APPLIED MATHEMATICS APPLIED MATHEMATICS APPLIED MATHEMATICS APPLIED MATHEMATICS ANTH/EPIDEMIOLOGY ANTHROPOLOGY ANTHROPOLOGY ANTHROPOLOGY ANTHROPOLOGY ANTHROPOLOGY APN (ADLT PSY MENT HLTH) APN (INF DIS & INF CTRL) APN (NURSE EDUC) Advanced Practice Nursing Advanced Practice Nursing ARCHITECTURE ARCHITECTURE ARCH HIST AND THEORY ARCH HIST AND THEORY ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES ARCHITECTURAL ST (W/CM) ART (DESIGN STUDIES) ART (METALS) ART (INTERD VISUAL ARTS) ART (FIBERS) ART (INDUSTRIAL DESIGN) ART (VIS COMM DESIGN) ART (PRINTMAKING) ART (PAINTING & DRAWING) ART (CERAMICS) ART (SCULPTURE) ART (THREE DIMEN FORUM) ART (PHOTOGRAPHY) ART HISTORY ART HISTORY

Student Contribution to Universal U‐PASS

Number of Students Quarterly Contribution Percent of Total 141 $10,716 0.349% 1 $76 0.002% 47 $3,572 0.116% 27 $2,052 0.067% 16 $1,216 0.040% 22 $1,672 0.054% 19 $1,444 0.047% 12 $912 0.030% 2 $152 0.005% 445 $33,820 1.102% 51 $3,876 0.126% 50 $3,800 0.124% 58 $4,408 0.144% 78 $5,928 0.193% 8 $608 0.020% 8 $608 0.020% 4 $304 0.010% 9 $684 0.022% 28 $2,128 0.069% 3 $228 0.007% 125 $9,500 0.310% 83 $6,308 0.206% 20 $1,520 0.050% 52 $3,952 0.129% 11 $836 0.027% 37 $2,812 0.092% 18 $1,368 0.045% 33 $2,508 0.082% 24 $1,824 0.059% 17 $1,292 0.042% 52 $3,952 0.129% 1 $76 0.002% 275 $20,900 0.681% 38 $2,888 0.094% 39 $2,964 0.097% 99 $7,524 0.245% 1 $76 0.002% 1 $76 0.002% 3 $228 0.007% 3 $228 0.007% 5 $380 0.012% 4 $304 0.010% 1 $76 0.002% 149 $11,324 0.369% 6 $456 0.015% 7 $532 0.017% 65 $4,940 0.161% 8 $608 0.020% 1 $76 0.002% 153 $11,628 0.379% 33 $2,508 0.082% 1 $76 0.002% 29 $2,204 0.072% 128 $9,728 0.317% 36 $2,736 0.089% 31 $2,356 0.077% 3 $228 0.007% 1 $76 0.002% 18 $1,368 0.045% 30 $2,280 0.074% 2 $152 0.005% 110 $8,360 0.272%

Fall 2011 Data

Major Code ART H -00-21 ART H -00-30 ART H -00-41 ART H -10-41 ASIAN -00-21 ASIAN -00-30 ASIAN -00-41 ASTR -00-15 ASTR -00-30 ASTR -00-41 ATM S -00-15 ATM S -00-25 ATM S -00-30 ATM S -00-41 B A -00-12 B E -00-30 B E -00-41 B H -00-21 B STR -00-41 BHI -00-25 BHI -00-30 BHI -00-41 BIO T -00-25 BIOC -00-30 BIOC -00-41 BIOCHM-00-00 BIOCHM-00-11 BIOCHM-00-15 BIOEN -00-16 BIOEN -00-30 BIOEN -00-41 BIOEN -30-30 BIOEN -30-41 BIOEN -50-20 BIOEN -50-26 BIOL -00-15 BIOL -05-11 BIOL -05-30 BIOL -05-41 BIOL -15-15 BIOL -20-15 BIOL -30-15 BIOL -35-15 BIOL -40-15 BIOL -45-15 BIOMRX-00-26 BIOST -00-25 BIOST -00-30 BIOST -00-41 BMSD -00-30 BOTANY-00-30 BOTANY-00-41 BSE -00-15 BSE -10-15 BUS AD-20-30 BUS AD-20-41 C LIT -00-00 C LIT -00-11 C LIT -00-21 C LIT -00-30 C LIT -00-41 C LIT -20-41 C LIT -30-11 C SCI -00-15 CEP -00-11 CFRM -00-26

Major Name ART HISTORY ART HISTORY ART HISTORY ART HISTORY (TEXT ST) ASIAN (TEXT ST) ASIAN LANG & LIT ASIAN (THRY & CRITICISM) ASTRONOMY ASTRONOMY ASTRONOMY ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUILT ENVIRONMENT BUILT ENVIRONMENT BIOETHITCS & HUMANITIES BIOLOGICAL STRUCTURE BIOMED & HEALTH INFORM BIOMED & HEALTH INFORM BIOMED & HEALTH INFORM BIOLOGY TEACHING BIOCHM (NANOTECHNOLOGY) BIOCHEMISTRY BIOCHEMISTRY BIOCHEMISTRY BIOCHEMISTRY BIOENGINEERING BIOENGINEERING (NANTECH) BIOENGINEERING BIOENGINEERING (NANTECH) BIOENGINEERING BIOENGINEERING BIOENGINEERING BIOLOGY BIOLOGY BIOLOGY BIOLOGY BIOLOGY BIOLOGY BIOLOGY (MOLEC,CELL,DEV) BIOLOGY (PHYSIOLOGY) BIOLOGY (PLANT) BIO:ECOL,EVOL,& CONSER BIOMEDICAL REG AFFAIRS BIOSTATISTICS BIOSTATISTICS BIOST: STAT GENETICS BIOMOLECULAR STRUC & DES BOTANY BOTANY Bioresource Science And Engineering Bioresource Science And Engineering BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COMPARATIVE LITERATURE COMPARATIVE LITERATURE COMPARATIVE LITERATURE COMPARATIVE LITERATURE COMP LIT (THEORY & CRIT) COMP LIT (TEXT ST) COMP LIT (CINEMA ST) COMPUTER SCIENCE COM, ENVIR, & PLAN Computational Finance

Student Contribution to Universal U‐PASS

Number of Students Quarterly Contribution Percent of Total 17 $1,292 0.042% 5 $380 0.012% 9 $684 0.022% 1 $76 0.002% 6 $456 0.015% 15 $1,140 0.037% 8 $608 0.020% 39 $2,964 0.097% 18 $1,368 0.045% 12 $912 0.030% 33 $2,508 0.082% 8 $608 0.020% 47 $3,572 0.116% 13 $988 0.032% 591 $44,916 1.463% 8 $608 0.020% 12 $912 0.030% 1 $76 0.002% 1 $76 0.002% 2 $152 0.005% 16 $1,216 0.040% 13 $988 0.032% 7 $532 0.017% 8 $608 0.020% 16 $1,216 0.040% 1 $76 0.002% 139 $10,564 0.344% 494 $37,544 1.223% 142 $10,792 0.352% 64 $4,864 0.158% 42 $3,192 0.104% 1 $76 0.002% 1 $76 0.002% 1 $76 0.002% 9 $684 0.022% 1 $76 0.002% 11 $836 0.027% 38 $2,888 0.094% 29 $2,204 0.072% 506 $38,456 1.253% 1 $76 0.002% 363 $27,588 0.899% 240 $18,240 0.594% 14 $1,064 0.035% 72 $5,472 0.178% 35 $2,660 0.087% 14 $1,064 0.035% 51 $3,876 0.126% 12 $912 0.030% 24 $1,824 0.059% 1 $76 0.002% 8 $608 0.020% 41 $3,116 0.102% 4 $304 0.010% 40 $3,040 0.099% 40 $3,040 0.099% 1 $76 0.002% 22 $1,672 0.054% 2 $152 0.005% 10 $760 0.025% 19 $1,444 0.047% 1 $76 0.002% 36 $2,736 0.089% 289 $21,964 0.716% 34 $2,584 0.084% 14 $1,064 0.035%

Fall 2011 Data

Major Code CFRM -05-26 CHEM -00-11 CHEM -00-15 CHEM -00-20 CHEM -00-30 CHEM -00-41 CHEM -10-15 CHEM -20-30 CHEM -20-41 CHEM E-00-16 CHEM E-00-26 CHEM E-00-30 CHEM E-00-41 CHEM E-05-16 CHID -00-11 CIV E -00-16 CIV E -00-25 CIV E -00-26 CIV E -00-30 CIV E -00-41 CIV E -10-26 CIV E -30-30 CIV E -40-26 CIV E -50-26 CL ST -00-11 CLAS -00-00 CLAS -00-11 CLAS -00-21 CLAS -00-30 CLAS -00-41 CM -00-16 CMP E -00-16 COM -00-11 COM -00-21 COM -00-27 COM -00-30 COM -00-41 COM -30-11 COM E -00-11 COM E -10-27 CONMGT-00-26 CONMGT-10-26 CSE -00-25 CSE -00-30 CSE -00-41 CSE E -00-25 CSE M -00-25 DANCE -00-11 DANCE -00-24 DANCE -10-11 DANCE -20-11 DANISH-00-11 DENT -00-26 DENT -00-61 DENT C-00-41 DENT R-00-61 DENT X-00-61 DNT O -00-41 DRAMA -00-11 DRAMA -00-30 DRAMA -00-41 DRAMA -01-24 DRAMA -02-24 DRAMA -03-24 DRAMA -04-24 DRAMA -05-24

Major Name Computational Finance CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY (ACS) CHEMISTRY (NANOTECHNLGY) CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL ENGINEERING CHEMICAL ENGINEERING CHEMICAL ENGR (NANOTECH) CHEMICAL ENGINEERING CHEMICAL ENGINEERING COMP HIST OF IDEAS CIVIL ENGINEERING CIVIL ENGINEERING CIVIL ENGINEERING CIVIL ENGINEERING CIVIL ENGINEERING CIVIL ENGINEERING CIVIL ENGINEERING CIVIL ENGINEERING CIVIL ENGINEERING CLASSICAL STUDIES CLASSICS CLASSICS CLASSICS CLASSICS CLASSICS: ANCIENT PHIL CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT COMPUTER ENGINEERING COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION COM (JOURNALISM) COMMUNICATION, EVENING COMMUNICATION (DIG MED) CONSTRUCTION MGMT EVE DG CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT COMPUTER SCI & ENGR COMPUTER SCI & ENGR COMPUTER SCI & ENGR COMP SCI & ENGR,EVENING COMP SCI & ENGR (BS/MS) DANCE DANCE DANCE DANCE DANISH DENTISTRY DENTISTRY DENTISTRY CONCURRENT DENTISTRY (RIDE) ???? DENTISTRY/ORAL BIOLOGY DRAMA DRAMA (ACTING) DRAMA (DIRECTING) DRAMA (DESIGN - COSTUME) DRAMA (DESIGN-LIGHTING) DRAMA (DESIGN-SCENERY) DRAMA (DESIGN-OTHER) DRAMA

Student Contribution to Universal U‐PASS

Number of Students Quarterly Contribution Percent of Total 20 $1,520 0.050% 30 $2,280 0.074% 173 $13,148 0.428% 1 $76 0.002% 102 $7,752 0.253% 68 $5,168 0.168% 42 $3,192 0.104% 1 $76 0.002% 3 $228 0.007% 131 $9,956 0.324% 3 $228 0.007% 62 $4,712 0.154% 15 $1,140 0.037% 4 $304 0.010% 161 $12,236 0.399% 229 $17,404 0.567% 21 $1,596 0.052% 44 $3,344 0.109% 51 $3,876 0.126% 22 $1,672 0.054% 59 $4,484 0.146% 2 $152 0.005% 21 $1,596 0.052% 22 $1,672 0.054% 14 $1,064 0.035% 1 $76 0.002% 25 $1,900 0.062% 5 $380 0.012% 6 $456 0.015% 11 $836 0.027% 89 $6,764 0.220% 154 $11,704 0.381% 323 $24,548 0.800% 6 $456 0.015% 1 $76 0.002% 10 $760 0.025% 20 $1,520 0.050% 83 $6,308 0.206% 30 $2,280 0.074% 103 $7,828 0.255% 27 $2,052 0.067% 20 $1,520 0.050% 1 $76 0.002% 118 $8,968 0.292% 32 $2,432 0.079% 141 $10,716 0.349% 13 $988 0.032% 10 $760 0.025% 7 $532 0.017% 2 $152 0.005% 6 $456 0.015% 4 $304 0.010% 1 $76 0.002% 220 $16,720 0.545% 2 $152 0.005% 24 $1,824 0.059% 5 $380 0.012% 1 $76 0.002% 16 $1,216 0.040% 6 $456 0.015% 5 $380 0.012% 16 $1,216 0.040% 1 $76 0.002% 3 $228 0.007% 3 $228 0.007% 4 $304 0.010%

Fall 2011 Data

Major Code DRAMA -50-11 DRAMA -60-11 DRAMA -70-11 DXARTS-00-14 DXARTS-00-30 DXARTS-00-41 E E -00-16 E E -00-26 E E -00-30 E E -00-41 E E -30-30 E E -30-41 E E -50-26 ECFS -00-11 ECON -00-11 ECON -00-15 ECON -00-30 ECON -00-41 EDUC -00-30 EDUC -11-27 EDUC -11-41 EDUC -12-27 EDUC -12-31 EDUC -12-38 EDUC -12-41 EDUC -13-27 EDUC -13-31 EDUC -13-38 EDUC -13-41 EDUC -14-27 EDUC -14-31 EDUC -14-41 EDUC -15-27 EDUC -15-31 EDUC -15-38 EDUC -15-41 EDUC -16-27 EDUC -16-31 EDUC -16-41 EDUC -17-27 EDUC -17-31 EDUC -17-41 EDUC -21-31 EDUC -21-41 EDUC -22-27 EDUC -22-31 EDUC -22-41 EDUC -23-27 EDUC -23-31 EDUC -23-41 EDUC -24-27 EDUC -24-31 EDUC -24-41 EDUC -35-27 EDUC -35-31 EDUC -35-41 EDUC -36-27 EDUC -36-31 EDUC -36-41 EDUC -37-27 EDUC -37-31 EDUC -37-38 EDUC -37-41 EDUC -37-48 EDUC -41-20 EDUC -41-27

Major Name DRAMA DRAMA (THEORY & CRITISM) DRAMA (TEXT ST) DIGTL ARTS AND EXP MEDIA DIGTL ARTS AND EXP MEDIA DIGTL ARTS AND EXP MEDIA ELECTRICAL ENGR ELECTRICAL ENGR ELECTRICAL ENGR ELECTRICAL ENGR ELECT ENGR (NANOTECH) ELECTRICAL ENGR ELECTRICAL ENGR EARLY CHILD & FAMILY STD ECONOMICS ECONOMICS ECONOMICS ECONOMICS EDUCATION EDUC (CURRICULUM INSTR) EDUCATION EDUC (CURRICULUM INSTR) EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUC (CURRICULUM INSTR) EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUC (CURRICULUM INSTR) EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUC (CURRICULUM INSTR) EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUC (CURRICULUM INSTR) EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUC (CURRICULUM INSTR) EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUC (HUMAN DEVEL & COG) EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUC (MEAS, STAT, & RD) EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUC (LEARNING SCIENCES) EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUC (EDUC LDRSHP & POL) EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUC (EDUC LDRSHP & POL) EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUC (EDUC LDRSHP & POL) EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION (SPECIAL ED)

Student Contribution to Universal U‐PASS

Number of Students 1 27 6 23 5 5 400 33 128 52 3 2 95 164 219 102 78 19 2 1 5 14 14 2 4 17 15 2 3 5 5 2 8 12 2 6 11 5 1 5 4 1 9 1 8 17 3 6 7 2 6 28 12 16 21 12 4 6 2 18 12 3 5 7 1 39

Quarterly Contribution Percent of Total $76 0.002% $2,052 0.067% $456 0.015% $1,748 0.057% $380 0.012% $380 0.012% $30,400 0.990% $2,508 0.082% $9,728 0.317% $3,952 0.129% $228 0.007% $152 0.005% $7,220 0.235% $12,464 0.406% $16,644 0.542% $7,752 0.253% $5,928 0.193% $1,444 0.047% $152 0.005% $76 0.002% $380 0.012% $1,064 0.035% $1,064 0.035% $152 0.005% $304 0.010% $1,292 0.042% $1,140 0.037% $152 0.005% $228 0.007% $380 0.012% $380 0.012% $152 0.005% $608 0.020% $912 0.030% $152 0.005% $456 0.015% $836 0.027% $380 0.012% $76 0.002% $380 0.012% $304 0.010% $76 0.002% $684 0.022% $76 0.002% $608 0.020% $1,292 0.042% $228 0.007% $456 0.015% $532 0.017% $152 0.005% $456 0.015% $2,128 0.069% $912 0.030% $1,216 0.040% $1,596 0.052% $912 0.030% $304 0.010% $456 0.015% $152 0.005% $1,368 0.045% $912 0.030% $228 0.007% $380 0.012% $532 0.017% $76 0.002% $2,964 0.097%

Fall 2011 Data

Major Code EDUC -41-31 EDUC -41-41 EDUC -42-27 EDUC -42-31 EDUC -42-41 EDUC -43-27 EDUC -43-31 EDUC -44-27 EDUC -44-31 EDUC -44-38 EDUC -44-41 EDUC -45-27 EDUC -45-31 EDUC -45-38 EDUC -45-41 EDUC -46-20 EDUC -46-27 EDUC -46-31 EDUC -81-28 EDUC -82-28 EDUC -83-28 EDUC -84-28 EDUC -85-28 EDUC -86-28 EDUCX -13-27 EDUCX -16-27 EDUCX -18-27 EDUCX -21-27 EDUCX -30-30 EDUCX -31-27 EDUCX -33-38 EDUCX -33-48 EDUCX -34-27 EDUCX -35-27 EDUCX -90-27 EELLC -00-11 EEP -00-00 EMBA -00-27 ENDO -00-26 ENGL -00-11 ENGL -00-21 ENGL -00-30 ENGL -00-41 ENGL -10-20 ENGL -10-23 ENGL -20-11 ENGL -20-24 ENGL -40-41 ENGL E-00-11 ENGR -40-26 ENTRE -00-12 ENV H -00-15 ENV H -00-25 ENV H -03-30 ENV H -03-41 ENV H -05-30 ENV H -05-41 ENV H -06-25 ENV H -50-27 ENV H -60-27 ENVIR -00-00 ENVIR -00-11 EPI -00-27 EPI -00-30 EPI -03-27 EPI -04-27

Major Name EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION (SPECIAL ED) EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION (SPECIAL ED) EDUCATION EDUC (CURRICULUM INSTR) EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION (SPECIAL ED) EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUC (CURRICULUM INSTR) EDUCATION EDUC (TEACHER PREP) EDUC (TEACHER PREP) EDUC (TEACHER PREP) EDUC (TEACHER PREP) EDUC (TEACHER PREP) EDUC (TEACHER PREP) EDUC (CURRICULUM INSTR) EDUC (CURRICULUM INSTR) EDUC (INSTRUCT LDRSHP) EDUC (SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY) EDUCATION EDUC (INTERC ATHL LEAD) EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUC (EDUC LDRSHP & POL) EDUCATION EDUCATION EAST EUR LANG, LIT, CULT EARLY ENTRANCE PROGRAM EXECUTIVE MBA ENDODONTICS ENGLISH ENGLISH ENGLISH ENGLISH ENGLISH ENGLISH(ENGL AS 2ND LAN) ENGLISH ENGLISH(CREATIVE WRITNG) ENGLISH(TEXTUAL ST) ENGLISH,EVENING ENGINEERING (INTR ENGR) BUS ADMIN (ENTREPRENEUR) ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ENV H - ENV & OCC HYG ENV HLTH: OCC&ENV EXP SC OCCUP & ENVIR MEDICINE ENVIR & OCCUP HEALTH ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES ENVIR ST: ECOL & CONSERV EPIDEMIOLOGY EPIDEMIOLOGY EPIDEMIOLOGY-INTL HEALTH EPIDEM-MAT & CHILD HLTH

Student Contribution to Universal U‐PASS

Number of Students 2 1 14 6 1 10 3 20 3 1 2 2 6 2 4 2 14 3 61 18 5 14 14 25 6 9 13 34 1 28 28 1 21 17 2 4 31 126 8 283 6 56 67 1 24 57 28 4 14 6 67 25 10 14 6 5 7 17 6 6 11 250 23 54 6 7

Quarterly Contribution Percent of Total $152 0.005% $76 0.002% $1,064 0.035% $456 0.015% $76 0.002% $760 0.025% $228 0.007% $1,520 0.050% $228 0.007% $76 0.002% $152 0.005% $152 0.005% $456 0.015% $152 0.005% $304 0.010% $152 0.005% $1,064 0.035% $228 0.007% $4,636 0.151% $1,368 0.045% $380 0.012% $1,064 0.035% $1,064 0.035% $1,900 0.062% $456 0.015% $684 0.022% $988 0.032% $2,584 0.084% $76 0.002% $2,128 0.069% $2,128 0.069% $76 0.002% $1,596 0.052% $1,292 0.042% $152 0.005% $304 0.010% $2,356 0.077% $9,576 0.312% $608 0.020% $21,508 0.701% $456 0.015% $4,256 0.139% $5,092 0.166% $76 0.002% $1,824 0.059% $4,332 0.141% $2,128 0.069% $304 0.010% $1,064 0.035% $456 0.015% $5,092 0.166% $1,900 0.062% $760 0.025% $1,064 0.035% $456 0.015% $380 0.012% $532 0.017% $1,292 0.042% $456 0.015% $456 0.015% $836 0.027% $19,000 0.619% $1,748 0.057% $4,104 0.134% $456 0.015% $532 0.017%

Fall 2011 Data

Major Code EPI -30-25 EPI -40-41 EPI -50-25 EPRMJ -00-00 ESRM -00-00 ESRM -00-15 ESRM -00-16 ESRM -10-15 ESRM -10-16 ESRM -20-15 ESRM -20-16 ESRM -30-15 ESRM -30-16 ESRM -40-15 ESRM -40-16 ESS -00-00 ESS -00-11 ESS -00-15 ESS -00-25 ESS -00-30 ESS -00-41 ESS -10-15 ESS -20-15 ESS -30-15 ETHNOM-60-11 EURO -00-00 EURO -00-11 EX MPA-00-27 EXPBA -00-00 EXPENG-00-00 FINANC-00-12 FINN -00-11 FISH -00-00 FOR R -00-25 FOR R -00-27 FOR R -00-30 FOR R -00-41 FOR R -11-27 FOR R -92-27 FR EC -10-41 FRENCH-00-00 FRENCH-00-11 FRNCHS-00-21 FRNCHS-00-41 GEMBA -00-27 GENEPI-00-25 GENOME-00-30 GENOME-00-41 GEOG -00-00 GEOG -00-11 GEOG -00-21 GEOG -00-30 GEOG -00-41 GEOGX -00-27 GEOL -00-11 GEOL -00-30 GEOL -00-41 GERMAN-00-00 GERMAN-00-11 GERMAN-00-21 GERMAN-00-30 GERMAN-00-41 GLOBLH-01-27 GLOBLH-10-27 GLOBLH-20-27 GLOBLH-30-27

Major Name EPIDEMIOLOGY EPIDEMIOLOGY EPIDEMIOLOGY (CLIN RES) EXTENDED PRE MAJOR ENV SCI AND RES MGMT ENV SCI AND RES MGMT ENV SCI AND RES MGMT ENV SCI AND RES MGMT ENV SCI & RES MGMT: REEH ENV SCI AND RES MGMT ENV SCI & RES MGMT: LE&C ENV SCI AND RES MGMT ENV SCI & RES MGMT: SFM ENV SCI AND RES MGMT ENV SCI & RES MGMT: WC EARTH & SPACE SCIENCES EARTH & SPACE SCIENCES EARTH & SPACE SCIENCES EARTH & SPACE SCIENCES EARTH & SPACE SCIENCES EARTH & SPACE SCIENCES EARTH & SPACE SCI (BIOL) EARTH & SPACE SCI (PHYS) EARTH & SPACE SCI (ENVR) ETHNOMUSICOLOGY INT ST:EUROPE INT ST:EUROPE EXECUTIVE MPA EXTENDED PRE BUS ADMIN EXTENDED PRE ENGINEERING BUS ADMIN (FINANCE) FINNISH Aquatic and Fishery Sciences FOREST RESOURCES FOREST RESOURCES FOREST RESOURCES FOREST RESOURCES FOR RES: PEACE CORPS MI FOR RES:ENVIR HORTICULT FOR RESEARCH/ECONOMICS FRENCH FRENCH FRENCH STUDIES FRENCH STUDIES GLOBAL EXECUTIVE MBA GENETIC EPIDEMIOLOGY GENOME (NANOTECHNOLOGY) GENOME SCIENCES GEOGRAPHY GEOGRAPHY GEOGRAPHY GEOGRAPHY GEOGRAPHY ???? GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES GERMANICS GERMAN CULTURAL ST GERMANICS GERMAN LINGUISTICS GERMANICS(THEORY & CRIT) GLOBL HLTH: PCMI GLOBL HLTH: GEN TRACK GLOBL HLTH: LEAD POL MGT GLOBL HLTH: HLTH METR EV

Student Contribution to Universal U‐PASS

Number of Students Quarterly Contribution Percent of Total 12 $912 0.030% 22 $1,672 0.054% 2 $152 0.005% 541 $41,116 1.340% 3 $228 0.007% 137 $10,412 0.339% 44 $3,344 0.109% 7 $532 0.017% 5 $380 0.012% 2 $152 0.005% 1 $76 0.002% 5 $380 0.012% 6 $456 0.015% 20 $1,520 0.050% 10 $760 0.025% 3 $228 0.007% 15 $1,140 0.037% 94 $7,144 0.233% 6 $456 0.015% 42 $3,192 0.104% 5 $380 0.012% 7 $532 0.017% 17 $1,292 0.042% 25 $1,900 0.062% 2 $152 0.005% 3 $228 0.007% 65 $4,940 0.161% 73 $5,548 0.181% 10 $760 0.025% 70 $5,320 0.173% 299 $22,724 0.740% 5 $380 0.012% 1 $76 0.002% 62 $4,712 0.154% 7 $532 0.017% 25 $1,900 0.062% 38 $2,888 0.094% 2 $152 0.005% 11 $836 0.027% 1 $76 0.002% 1 $76 0.002% 71 $5,396 0.176% 7 $532 0.017% 3 $228 0.007% 9 $684 0.022% 4 $304 0.010% 20 $1,520 0.050% 31 $2,356 0.077% 1 $76 0.002% 185 $14,060 0.458% 10 $760 0.025% 14 $1,064 0.035% 20 $1,520 0.050% 35 $2,660 0.087% 1 $76 0.002% 6 $456 0.015% 10 $760 0.025% 1 $76 0.002% 15 $1,140 0.037% 3 $228 0.007% 9 $684 0.022% 8 $608 0.020% 5 $380 0.012% 14 $1,064 0.035% 6 $456 0.015% 1 $76 0.002%

Fall 2011 Data

Major Code GPHYS -00-41 GRAD V-00-30 GREEK -00-11 GTTL -00-35 GWSS -00-11 GWSS -00-30 HA G -00-27 HA GX -00-27 HCDE -00-16 HCDE -00-26 HCDE -00-30 HCDE -00-41 HCDE -05-16 HCDE -10-16 HCDE -30-26 HCDE -30-30 HCDEE -00-26 HCDEE -30-26 HCDEE -40-26 HIHIME-00-16 HIST -00-11 HIST -00-30 HIST -00-41 HRMGT -00-12 HS BA -00-27 HSERV -00-27 HSERV -00-30 HSERV -00-41 HSERV -01-27 HSERV -02-27 HSERV -04-27 HSERV -05-27 HSERV -07-27 HSERV -30-25 HSERVX-00-27 HUM E -00-11 I S -00-12 I S X -00-26 IMMUN -00-30 IMMUN -00-41 IND E -00-16 IND E -00-26 IND E -00-30 IND E -00-41 IND E -10-26 INDIV -00-11 INDIV -00-15 INFO -00-16 INFO -10-16 INFO -20-16 INSC -00-30 INSC -00-41 IPM -00-27 IS PA -00-22 ITAL -00-11 ITALS -00-21 JAPAN -00-11 KOREAN-00-11 L ARCH-00-17 L ARCH-00-27 LAB M -00-25 LATIN -00-00 LATIN -00-11 LAW -00-00 LAW -00-27 LAW -00-30

Major Name GEOPHYSICS GRAD VISITING GREEK GL TR, TRANS, & LOGIS Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies HEALTH ADMINISTRATION GR HEALTH ADMIN GRAD HUM CENTER DES & ENGR HUM CENTER DES & ENGR HUM CTR DES & ENGR (UCD) HUM CENTER DES & ENGR HUM CENTER DES & ENGR HUM CTR DES & ENGR (T C) HUM CENTER DES & ENGR HUM CENTER DES & ENGR HUM CTR DES & ENGR (EVE) HUM CTR DES & ENGR (UCD) HUM CTR DES & ENGR (UCD) HLTH INFO & HLTH INFO MG HISTORY HISTORY HISTORY BUS ADMIN (HUM RES MGT) HEALTH SCIENCE/BUS ADM HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH SERVICES HLTH SERV - SOC&BEH SCI HLTH SERV-HLTH&POL RES HLTH SERV-MAT&CHILD HLTH HLTH SERV-COMMUNITY PRAC HLTH SERV-HLTH POL A&P HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH SERVICES (EMPH) HUMANITIES,EVENING BUS ADMIN (INFOR SYS) BUS ADMIN (INFOR SYS) IMMUNOLOGY IMMUNOLOGY INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL ENGR (EDGE) INDIVIDUALIZED STUDIES INDIVIDUALIZED STUDIES INFORMATICS INFORMATICS (HCI) INFORMATICS (INFO ARCH) INFORMATION SCIENCE INFORMATION SCIENCE Infrastructure Project Management??? INTERNATL STDY/P AFFR ITALIAN ITALIAN STUDIES JAPANESE KOREAN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE LABORATORY MEDICINE LATIN LATIN LAW LAW LAW

Student Contribution to Universal U‐PASS

Number of Students Quarterly Contribution Percent of Total 12 $912 0.030% 51 $3,876 0.126% 1 $76 0.002% 1 $76 0.002% 7 $532 0.017% 4 $304 0.010% 45 $3,420 0.111% 87 $6,612 0.215% 11 $836 0.027% 5 $380 0.012% 15 $1,140 0.037% 5 $380 0.012% 18 $1,368 0.045% 6 $456 0.015% 2 $152 0.005% 2 $152 0.005% 78 $5,928 0.193% 11 $836 0.027% 1 $76 0.002% 46 $3,496 0.114% 276 $20,976 0.683% 18 $1,368 0.045% 29 $2,204 0.072% 33 $2,508 0.082% 2 $152 0.005% 29 $2,204 0.072% 15 $1,140 0.037% 9 $684 0.022% 10 $760 0.025% 1 $76 0.002% 6 $456 0.015% 27 $2,052 0.067% 5 $380 0.012% 1 $76 0.002% 62 $4,712 0.154% 46 $3,496 0.114% 78 $5,928 0.193% 25 $1,900 0.062% 24 $1,824 0.059% 8 $608 0.020% 88 $6,688 0.218% 6 $456 0.015% 10 $760 0.025% 8 $608 0.020% 8 $608 0.020% 28 $2,128 0.069% 53 $4,028 0.131% 103 $7,828 0.255% 52 $3,952 0.129% 15 $1,140 0.037% 18 $1,368 0.045% 25 $1,900 0.062% 28 $2,128 0.069% 10 $760 0.025% 15 $1,140 0.037% 5 $380 0.012% 53 $4,028 0.131% 11 $836 0.027% 38 $2,888 0.094% 46 $3,496 0.114% 7 $532 0.017% 1 $76 0.002% 3 $228 0.007% 152 $11,552 0.376% 1 $76 0.002% 7 $532 0.017%

Fall 2011 Data

Major Code LAW -00-41 LAW -00-63 LAW -30-27 LAW -60-27 LAW -70-27 LAW -75-27 LAW -80-27 LAW C -00-22 LAW C -00-26 LAW C -00-27 LAW C -00-30 LAW T -00-27 LAW V -00-30 LING -00-00 LING -00-11 LING -00-21 LING -00-30 LING -00-41 LING -10-21 LIS -10-27 LIS J -00-27 LIS R -00-27 LIS X -00-27 LSJ -00-11 M E -00-16 M E -00-26 M E -00-30 M E -00-41 M E -10-26 M E -30-26 M E -40-26 M E -50-30 M E -60-16 M E -70-26 MATH -00-11 MATH -00-15 MATH -00-25 MATH -00-30 MATH -00-41 MATH -10-11 MATH -60-15 MATH -70-11 MBA -00-27 MBA EX-00-27 MCB -00-30 MCB -00-41 MCB -10-30 MCB -10-41 MED -00-00 MED -00-62 MED C -00-25 MED C -00-27 MED C -00-30 MED C -00-41 MED E -00-27 MED T -00-16 MEDCH -00-30 MEDCH -00-41 MEDSLP-00-25 MEDXC -00-00 MEDXD -00-17 MEDXM -00-27 MEDXOH-00-00 MEDXX -00-27 MICRO -00-15 MICROM-00-30

Major Name LAW LAW LAW LAW LAW (IP) LAW - HEALTH LAW LAW LAW CONCURRENT LAW CONCURRENT LAW CONCURRENT LAW CONCURRENT LAW (TAXATION) LAW VISITING LINGUISTICS LINGUISTICS LINGUISTICS LINGUISTICS LINGUISTICS COMPUTATIONAL LING LIBRARY & INFO SCIENCE LIBRARY & INFO SCIENCE LIBRARY & INFO SCIENCE LIBRARY & INFO SCI (DL) LAW, SOCIETIES, JUSTICE MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGR (TEL) ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL) ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS MATHEMATICS MATHEMATICS MATHEMATICS MATHEMATICS MATH (TEACH PREP) MATH (COMPREHENSIVE) MATHEMATICS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MOLECULAR & CELLULAR BIO MOLECULAR & CELLULAR BIO MOLECULAR & CELLULAR BIO MOLE CELL BIO (FHCRC) MEDICINE MEDICINE MEDICINE CONCURRENT MEDICINE CONCURRENT MEDICINE CONCURRENT MEDICINE CONCURRENT MEDICAL ENGINEERING MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY MED SPCH-LANG PATHOLOGY MEDEX CERTIFICATE PROG MEDEX DEGREE PROGRAM MEDEX MCHS PROGRAM MEDEX ORAL HEALTH TH MEDEX EXT MCHS PROGRAM MICROBIOLOGY MICROBIOLOGY

Student Contribution to Universal U‐PASS

Number of Students 7 366 27 8 31 10 1 2 1 27 1 51 1 1 75 11 3 16 63 49 14 62 216 85 287 2 53 28 36 18 3 18 1 55 87 138 6 63 24 24 39 7 231 286 33 50 15 28 76 656 2 4 74 2 12 49 10 11 49 26 59 138 6 3 91 13

Quarterly Contribution Percent of Total $532 0.017% $27,816 0.906% $2,052 0.067% $608 0.020% $2,356 0.077% $760 0.025% $76 0.002% $152 0.005% $76 0.002% $2,052 0.067% $76 0.002% $3,876 0.126% $76 0.002% $76 0.002% $5,700 0.186% $836 0.027% $228 0.007% $1,216 0.040% $4,788 0.156% $3,724 0.121% $1,064 0.035% $4,712 0.154% $16,416 0.535% $6,460 0.210% $21,812 0.711% $152 0.005% $4,028 0.131% $2,128 0.069% $2,736 0.089% $1,368 0.045% $228 0.007% $1,368 0.045% $76 0.002% $4,180 0.136% $6,612 0.215% $10,488 0.342% $456 0.015% $4,788 0.156% $1,824 0.059% $1,824 0.059% $2,964 0.097% $532 0.017% $17,556 0.572% $21,736 0.708% $2,508 0.082% $3,800 0.124% $1,140 0.037% $2,128 0.069% $5,776 0.188% $49,856 1.624% $152 0.005% $304 0.010% $5,624 0.183% $152 0.005% $912 0.030% $3,724 0.121% $760 0.025% $836 0.027% $3,724 0.121% $1,976 0.064% $4,484 0.146% $10,488 0.342% $456 0.015% $228 0.007% $6,916 0.225% $988 0.032%

Fall 2011 Data

Major Code MICROM-00-41 MKTG -10-12 MS E -00-16 MS E -30-26 MS E -30-30 MS E -30-41 MS E -50-26 MS E -60-30 MS E -60-41 MS E -70-16 MUSAP -00-11 MUSAP -10-17 MUSAP -20-17 MUSAP -30-17 MUSAP -40-17 MUSAP -50-17 MUSAP -60-17 MUSAP -70-17 MUSAP -70-18 MUSEOX-00-21 MUSIC -00-11 MUSIC -10-11 MUSIC -10-21 MUSIC -10-41 MUSIC -25-27 MUSIC -25-30 MUSIC -30-17 MUSIC -35-27 MUSIC -35-30 MUSIC -35-47 MUSIC -40-17 MUSIC -45-27 MUSIC -45-30 MUSIC -45-47 MUSIC -49-27 MUSIC -49-30 MUSIC -52-30 MUSIC -52-47 MUSIC -54-27 MUSIC -54-30 MUSIC -54-47 MUSIC -55-30 MUSIC -55-47 MUSIC -56-27 MUSIC -56-30 MUSIC -56-47 MUSIC -57-27 MUSIC -57-30 MUSIC -57-47 MUSIC -58-11 MUSIC -58-27 MUSIC -58-30 MUSIC -58-47 MUSIC -59-27 MUSIC -59-30 MUSIC -59-47 MUSIC -60-21 MUSIC -60-30 MUSIC -60-41 MUSIC -61-21 MUSIC -61-30 MUSIC -61-41 MUSIC -62-21 MUSIC -62-30 MUSIC -62-35 N MATR-00-00

Major Name MICROBIOLOGY (NANOTECH) BUS ADMIN (MARKETING) MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGR MAT SCI & ENGR(MATERIAL) MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGR MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGR MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGR MAT SCI & ENGR (NANOTCH) MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGR MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGR APPLIED MUSIC APPLIED MUSIC APPLIED MUSIC APPLIED MUSIC APPLIED MUSIC APPLIED MUSIC APPLIED MUSIC APPLIED MUSIC APPLIED MUSIC MUSEOLOGY MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC (BRASS) MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC(CHORAL CONDUCTING) MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC (COMPOSITION) MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC (HARP) MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC (ORGAN) MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC (PIANO) MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC (STRINGS) MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC (VOICE) MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC (WOODWINDS) MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC (ETHNOMUSICOLOGY) MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC (EDUCATION) MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC (THEORY) MUSIC MUSIC NON MATRICULATED

Student Contribution to Universal U‐PASS

Number of Students Quarterly Contribution Percent of Total 25 $1,900 0.062% 205 $15,580 0.508% 96 $7,296 0.238% 13 $988 0.032% 32 $2,432 0.079% 12 $912 0.030% 1 $76 0.002% 1 $76 0.002% 1 $76 0.002% 6 $456 0.015% 1 $76 0.002% 1 $76 0.002% 4 $304 0.010% 20 $1,520 0.050% 4 $304 0.010% 2 $152 0.005% 26 $1,976 0.064% 26 $1,976 0.064% 1 $76 0.002% 65 $4,940 0.161% 22 $1,672 0.054% 2 $152 0.005% 1 $76 0.002% 4 $304 0.010% 2 $152 0.005% 2 $152 0.005% 22 $1,672 0.054% 2 $152 0.005% 8 $608 0.020% 6 $456 0.015% 4 $304 0.010% 7 $532 0.017% 2 $152 0.005% 2 $152 0.005% 1 $76 0.002% 1 $76 0.002% 3 $228 0.007% 3 $228 0.007% 3 $228 0.007% 7 $532 0.017% 2 $152 0.005% 2 $152 0.005% 1 $76 0.002% 6 $456 0.015% 13 $988 0.032% 4 $304 0.010% 3 $228 0.007% 2 $152 0.005% 1 $76 0.002% 14 $1,064 0.035% 11 $836 0.027% 3 $228 0.007% 2 $152 0.005% 2 $152 0.005% 5 $380 0.012% 1 $76 0.002% 8 $608 0.020% 3 $228 0.007% 7 $532 0.017% 2 $152 0.005% 2 $152 0.005% 2 $152 0.005% 2 $152 0.005% 2 $152 0.005% 1 $76 0.002% 7 $532 0.017%

Fall 2011 Data

Major Code N&MES -00-30 N&MES -00-41 NBIO -00-15 NEAR E-00-11 NEAR E-00-21 NEAR E-20-11 NEAR E-30-11 NEAR E-40-11 NEAR E-50-11 NEUBEH-00-30 NEUBEH-00-41 NORW -00-11 NURS -00-16 NURS -00-25 NURS -00-27 NURS -00-30 NURS -00-41 NURS -51-27 NURS -59-27 NURS -60-27 NURS -60-33 NURS -60-43 NURS -62-27 NURS -64-27 NURS -64-33 NURS -64-43 NURS -65-27 NURS -65-33 NURS -65-43 NURS -69-27 NURS -70-27 NURS -70-33 NURSX -00-16 NURSX -20-33 NURSX -20-43 NURSX -40-27 NURSX -40-33 NURSX -54-27 NURSX -55-27 NURSX -55-33 NURSX -56-27 NURSX -56-33 NURSX -56-43 NURSX -57-27 NURSX -57-33 NURSX -58-33 NURSX -58-43 NURSX -61-33 NURSX -61-43 NURSX -63-27 NURSX -63-33 NURSX -63-43 NURSX -67-27 NURSX -67-33 NURSX -68-27 NURSX -90-25 NUTR -00-25 NUTR -00-41 NUTR S-00-27 OCEAN -00-00 OCEAN -00-15 OCEAN -00-25 OCEAN -00-30 OCEAN -00-41 ORALB -00-25 ORALB -00-30

Major Name NEAR & MIDDLE EASTERN ST NEAR & MIDDLE EASTERN ST NEUROBIOLOGY NEAR EASTERN LANG & CIV NEAR EASTERN LANG & CIV NEAR EAST ST LANG & CIV NEAR EAST ST CULT & CIV NEAR EAST ST COMP ISLAM NEAR EASTERN LANG & CIV NEUROBIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR NEUROBIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR NORWEGIAN NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NURSING NUTRITIONAL SCIENCE NUTRITIONAL SCIENCE PUB HEALTH NUTRITION OCEANOGRAPHY OCEANOGRAPHY OCEANOGRAPHY OCEANOGRAPHY OCEANOGRAPHY ORAL BIOLOGY ORAL BIOLOGY

Student Contribution to Universal U‐PASS

Number of Students 7 5 50 2 8 46 13 4 3 19 38 3 176 2 1 27 31 2 3 14 9 5 3 9 5 4 27 8 4 3 6 1 46 14 8 20 10 4 3 1 3 4 1 2 2 1 1 30 6 16 11 3 7 2 4 41 20 2 26 2 101 7 45 27 4 6

Quarterly Contribution Percent of Total $532 0.017% $380 0.012% $3,800 0.124% $152 0.005% $608 0.020% $3,496 0.114% $988 0.032% $304 0.010% $228 0.007% $1,444 0.047% $2,888 0.094% $228 0.007% $13,376 0.436% $152 0.005% $76 0.002% $2,052 0.067% $2,356 0.077% $152 0.005% $228 0.007% $1,064 0.035% $684 0.022% $380 0.012% $228 0.007% $684 0.022% $380 0.012% $304 0.010% $2,052 0.067% $608 0.020% $304 0.010% $228 0.007% $456 0.015% $76 0.002% $3,496 0.114% $1,064 0.035% $608 0.020% $1,520 0.050% $760 0.025% $304 0.010% $228 0.007% $76 0.002% $228 0.007% $304 0.010% $76 0.002% $152 0.005% $152 0.005% $76 0.002% $76 0.002% $2,280 0.074% $456 0.015% $1,216 0.040% $836 0.027% $228 0.007% $532 0.017% $152 0.005% $304 0.010% $3,116 0.102% $1,520 0.050% $152 0.005% $1,976 0.064% $152 0.005% $7,676 0.250% $532 0.017% $3,420 0.111% $2,052 0.067% $304 0.010% $456 0.015%

Fall 2011 Data

Major Code ORALB -00-41 ORALM -00-26 ORTHO -00-26 P BIO -00-30 P BIO -00-41 PA ENV-00-25 PA FR -00-27 PA HA -00-27 PA HS -00-27 PABIO -00-30 PABIO -40-41 PATH -00-30 PATH -00-41 PB AF -00-27 PB AF -15-30 PB AF -15-41 PB AF -25-27 PB AFE-00-27 PBSTDY-00-00 PCEUT -00-25 PCEUT -00-30 PCEUT -00-41 PED DN-00-26 PERIO -00-26 PH GEN-00-30 PH GEN-00-41 PHARBX-00-27 PHARM -00-30 PHARM -00-41 PHARMC-00-30 PHARMD-10-00 PHARMD-10-64 PHARMX-00-64 PHCOL -00-30 PHCOL -00-41 PHG -00-27 PHIL -00-11 PHIL -00-30 PHIL -00-41 PHYS -00-15 PHYS -00-25 PHYS -00-30 PHYS -00-41 PHYS -01-15 PHYS -02-15 PHYS -03-15 PHYS -10-30 PHYS -10-41 PHYS X-00-25 POL S -00-00 POL S -00-11 POL S -00-30 POL S -00-41 POL S -70-11 POL S -80-11 PR O -00-15 PRE BA-00-00 PRE EH-00-00 PRE HS-00-00 PREARC-00-00 PREART-00-00 PREBSE-00-00 PREENV-00-00 PREHUM-00-00 PREMAJ-00-00 PRENGR-00-00

Major Name ORAL BIOLOGY ORAL MEDICINE ORTHODONTICS PHYS & BIOPHYS (NANOTCH) PHYSIOLOGY & BIOPHYSICS PUBL AFFAIRS/ENVIR HLTH PUB AFF/FOREST RES PUBLIC AFFAIRS/HEALTH AD PUBL AFFAIRS/HLTH SERV PATHOBIOLOGY PUBLIC HLTH PATHOBIOLOGY PATHOLOGY PATHOLOGY PUBLIC AFFAIRS PUBLIC POLICY & MGMT PUBLIC AFFAIRS PUBLIC AFFAIRS (PCMI) PUBLIC AFFAIRS EVENING POSTBAC STUDY PHARMACEUTICS PHARMACEUTICS PHARMACEUTICS PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY PERIODONTICS PUBLIC HEALTH GENETICS PUBLIC HEALTH GENETICS PHARM BIOENGINEERING PHARMACY PHARMACY PHARMACY CONCURRENT PHARMACY PHARMACY PHARMACY EXTENSION PHARMACOLOGY PHARMACOLOGY PUBLIC HEALTH GENETICS PHILOSOPHY PHILOSOPHY ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY PHYSICS PHYSICS PHYSICS PHYSICS PHYSICS PHYSICS PHYSICS PHYSICS PHYSICS PHYSICS POLITICAL SCIENCE POLITICAL SCIENCE POLITICAL SCIENCE POLITICAL SCIENCE POL SCI (POL ECON) POL SCI (INTL SECURITY) PROSTHETICS & ORTHOTICS PRE BUSINESS ADMIN PRE ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRE HEALTH SCIENCES PRE ARCHITECTURE PRE ARTS pre-Bioresource Science and Engineering pre-Environmental PRE HUMANITIES PRE MAJOR (A&S) PRE ENGINEERING

Student Contribution to Universal U‐PASS

Number of Students 3 4 14 3 9 1 6 1 1 23 6 8 11 292 13 3 10 1 32 1 17 2 2 12 7 5 31 9 7 4 82 266 2 12 26 10 122 15 13 206 1 85 42 6 3 20 1 1 30 1 534 46 27 12 13 8 40 16 1,034 213 326 29 4 448 2,701 1,730

Quarterly Contribution Percent of Total $228 0.007% $304 0.010% $1,064 0.035% $228 0.007% $684 0.022% $76 0.002% $456 0.015% $76 0.002% $76 0.002% $1,748 0.057% $456 0.015% $608 0.020% $836 0.027% $22,192 0.723% $988 0.032% $228 0.007% $760 0.025% $76 0.002% $2,432 0.079% $76 0.002% $1,292 0.042% $152 0.005% $152 0.005% $912 0.030% $532 0.017% $380 0.012% $2,356 0.077% $684 0.022% $532 0.017% $304 0.010% $6,232 0.203% $20,216 0.659% $152 0.005% $912 0.030% $1,976 0.064% $760 0.025% $9,272 0.302% $1,140 0.037% $988 0.032% $15,656 0.510% $76 0.002% $6,460 0.210% $3,192 0.104% $456 0.015% $228 0.007% $1,520 0.050% $76 0.002% $76 0.002% $2,280 0.074% $76 0.002% $40,584 1.322% $3,496 0.114% $2,052 0.067% $912 0.030% $988 0.032% $608 0.020% $3,040 0.099% $1,216 0.040% $78,584 2.560% $16,188 0.527% $24,776 0.807% $2,204 0.072% $304 0.010% $34,048 1.109% $205,276 6.688% $131,480 4.284%

Fall 2011 Data

Major Code PRENUR-00-00 PREPSE-00-00 PRESCI-00-00 PROS -00-26 PSE -00-16 PSOCS -00-00 PSYCH -00-11 PSYCH -00-15 PSYCH -00-30 PSYCH -00-41 PSYCH -20-41 QERM -00-25 QERM -00-30 QERM -00-41 R E -00-26 REHAB -30-27 REHAB -40-30 REHAB -40-41 REHAB -50-27 REHABX-10-43 RELIG -00-11 RELIG -00-22 ROM LI-00-11 RUSS -00-11 SASIAN-00-11 SCAN A-00-11 SCAND -00-21 SCAND -00-30 SIMX -00-26 SIMX -10-26 SIS -00-11 SIS -00-22 SISA -00-00 SISA -00-11 SISCH -00-22 SISJA -00-22 SISJE -00-11 SISKO -00-22 SISLA -00-11 SISME -00-22 SISRE -00-22 SISSA -00-22 SISSE -00-22 SLAVIC-00-11 SLAVIC-00-21 SLAVIC-00-30 SLAVIC-00-41 SMA -00-27 SOC -00-11 SOC -00-21 SOC -00-30 SOC -00-41 SOC -10-11 SOC W -00-27 SOC WC-11-27 SOC WE-20-27 SOC WF-00-11 SOC WH-13-27 SOC WL-00-30 SOC WL-00-41 SOCS E-00-11 SOCWAP-00-27 SOCWCC-00-27 SOCWEH-00-27 SOCWEM-00-27 SOCWMG-00-27

Major Name PRE NURSING PRE PAPER SCI & ENGR PRE SCIENCE PROSTHODONTICS PAPER SCI & ENGINEERING PRE SOCIAL SCIENCE PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY PSYCH:CLINICAL PSYCH QUAN ECOL & RESOURCE MG QUAN ECOL & RESOURCE MG QUAN ECOL & RESOURCE MG REAL ESTATE REHAB MED (PHYSICAL TH) REHAB MED (PHYSICAL TH) REHAB MED (PHYSICAL TH) REHAB MED (PHYSICAL TH) REHAB MED (PHYSICAL TH) INT ST:COMPARATIVE RELIG INT ST:COMPARATIVE RELIG ROMANCE LINGUISTICS RUSSIAN LANG, LIT, CULT SOUTH ASIAN LANG SCANDINAVIAN AREA ST SCANDINAVIAN(LANG & LIT) SCANDINAVIAN(LANG & LIT) INFORMATION MANAGEMENT INFORMATION MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL STUDIES INTERNATIONAL STUDIES INT ST: ASIA INT ST: ASIA INT ST:CHINA INT ST:JAPAN INT ST:JEWISH STUDIES INT ST:KOREA INT ST: LATIN AMERICA INT ST:MIDDLE EAST INT ST:RUS,E.E.,&C.ASIA INT ST:SOUTH ASIA INT ST:SOUTHEAST ASIA SLAVIC LANG & LIT SLAVIC LANG & LIT SLAVIC LANG & LIT SLAVIC LANG & LIT SCH OF MARINE AFFAIRS SOCIOLOGY SOCIOLOGY SOCIOLOGY SOCIOLOGY SOCIOLOGY SOCIAL WORK SOCIAL WORK (CYF) SOCIAL WORK,EVENING DEGR SOCIAL WELFARE (BSW) SOCIAL WORK (HMH) SOCIAL WELFARE SOCIAL WELFARE SOCIAL SCIENCES,EVENING School of Social Work SOCIAL WORK (C-CIP) SOCIAL WORK SOCIAL WORK SOCIAL WORK

Student Contribution to Universal U‐PASS

Number of Students Quarterly Contribution Percent of Total 413 $31,388 1.023% 3 $228 0.007% 2,961 $225,036 7.332% 12 $912 0.030% 7 $532 0.017% 1,762 $133,912 4.363% 381 $28,956 0.943% 236 $17,936 0.584% 54 $4,104 0.134% 26 $1,976 0.064% 18 $1,368 0.045% 8 $608 0.020% 7 $532 0.017% 3 $228 0.007% 30 $2,280 0.074% 78 $5,928 0.193% 4 $304 0.010% 8 $608 0.020% 9 $684 0.022% 115 $8,740 0.285% 36 $2,736 0.089% 14 $1,064 0.035% 5 $380 0.012% 25 $1,900 0.062% 2 $152 0.005% 11 $836 0.027% 4 $304 0.010% 6 $456 0.015% 35 $2,660 0.087% 101 $7,676 0.250% 148 $11,248 0.366% 29 $2,204 0.072% 2 $152 0.005% 140 $10,640 0.347% 17 $1,292 0.042% 8 $608 0.020% 4 $304 0.010% 15 $1,140 0.037% 57 $4,332 0.141% 14 $1,064 0.035% 19 $1,444 0.047% 11 $836 0.027% 3 $228 0.007% 2 $152 0.005% 6 $456 0.015% 1 $76 0.002% 3 $228 0.007% 56 $4,256 0.139% 352 $26,752 0.872% 1 $76 0.002% 58 $4,408 0.144% 25 $1,900 0.062% 1 $76 0.002% 119 $9,044 0.295% 22 $1,672 0.054% 145 $11,020 0.359% 92 $6,992 0.228% 19 $1,444 0.047% 21 $1,596 0.052% 18 $1,368 0.045% 196 $14,896 0.485% 25 $1,900 0.062% 20 $1,520 0.050% 28 $2,128 0.069% 35 $2,660 0.087% 13 $988 0.032%

Fall 2011 Data

Major Code SOCWMH-00-27 SPAN -00-11 SPANS -00-21 SPCI -00-28 SPHSC -00-15 SPHSC -00-25 SPHSC -00-30 SPHSC -00-41 SPHSC -01-15 SPHSC -20-43 SPHSCX-00-15 SPHSCX-20-43 SRS -00-16 STAT -00-15 STAT -00-25 STAT -00-30 STAT -00-41 SUSTRN-00-20 SUSTRN-00-27 SW PH -00-27 SWED -00-11 T C -00-16 T C -00-41 TMMBA -00-27 UD&PL -00-30 UD&PL -00-41 UNDEC -00-00 UP PA -00-27 URBDP -00-27 UWACAD-00-00 V A&S -00-00 WOMEN -00-11 WOMEN -00-30 WOMEN -00-41 XA&S -00-00 XAUP -00-00 XBSAD -00-00 XENGR -00-00 XLAW -00-00 ZOOL -00-30 ZOOL -00-41

Major Name SOCIAL WORK SPANISH HISPANIC STUDIES STRAT PLAN FOR CRIT INFR AUDIOLOGY AUDIOLOGY AUDIOLOGY AUDIOLOGY AUDIOLOGY AUDIOLOGY SPEECH & HEARING SCI SPEECH & HEARING SCI ???? STATISTICS STATISTICS STATISTICS STATISTICS Sustainable Transportation Sustainable Transportation SOCIAL WRK/PUBLIC HEALTH SWEDISH TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY MGMT MBA URBAN DESIGN & PLAN URBAN DESIGN & PLAN UNDECLARED 5TH YEAR URBAN PLAN/PUBLIC ADM URBAN DESIGN & PLANNING ACADEMY FOR YOUNG SCH VISITING-ARTS & SCIENCES WOMEN STUDIES WOMEN STUDIES WOMEN STUDIES EXCHANGE ARTS & SCIENCES EXCHANGE ARCH & URB PL EXCHANGE BUS ADMIN EXCHANGE ENGINEERING EXCHANGE LAW ZOOLOGY ZOOLOGY

Student Contribution to Universal U‐PASS

Number of Students Quarterly Contribution Percent of Total 41 $3,116 0.102% 92 $6,992 0.228% 9 $684 0.022% 1 $76 0.002% 22 $1,672 0.054% 37 $2,812 0.092% 11 $836 0.027% 7 $532 0.017% 75 $5,700 0.186% 37 $2,812 0.092% 25 $1,900 0.062% 11 $836 0.027% 1 $76 0.002% 43 $3,268 0.106% 13 $988 0.032% 30 $2,280 0.074% 12 $912 0.030% 3 $228 0.007% 5 $380 0.012% 2 $152 0.005% 9 $684 0.022% 1 $76 0.002% 2 $152 0.005% 107 $8,132 0.265% 11 $836 0.027% 13 $988 0.032% 1 $76 0.002% 6 $456 0.015% 65 $4,940 0.161% 82 $6,232 0.203% 36 $2,736 0.089% 31 $2,356 0.077% 3 $228 0.007% 9 $684 0.022% 113 $8,588 0.280% 1 $76 0.002% 24 $1,824 0.059% 13 $988 0.032% 5 $380 0.012% 2 $152 0.005% 17 $1,292 0.042%

Fall 2011 Data

YES

All students paying Services and Activities Fee (SAF)

$76 

$228 ($304)

Arizona

38,767

Tucson

no

opt‐in

$104 regular pass,  $138 express pass

$144 regular pass,  $192 express pass

Arizona State

70,440

Phoenix

no

opt‐in

$75 

$150 ($175)

2005

California

35,846

Berkeley

YES

All students registered through the office of the  registrar.  This DOES NOT include UC Extension  students (long distance and online programs)

$69.50 

$139 ($208.50)

2005,  perhaps  earlier

$78 $78 

$156 ($234) $156 ($234)

1991

With tuition With t iti

Plastic sleeve  with sticker

Any RTD route A RTD t

$47 88 ($63 84) $47.88 ($63.84)

1988

With tuition With tuition

Flash student ID  card

Lane Transit District Lane Transit District

n/a

BBB, Culver CityBus, Go Metro  Transit TAP Pass, LADOT commuter  express buses, Santa Clarita Transit  express buses, Antelope Valley  Transit Authority 

n/a

Discount on Metro TAP card,  discounted Metrolink pass discounted Metrolink pass, 

n/a

UTA Buses and Trains

Elected representatives were on board  (no vote) student members on parking  advisory committee. All students had  some say so on it. = REDUCE  it REDUCE EMISSIONS

29,952 29 952

B Boulder ld

YES

Oregon

23 389 23,389

Eugene

YES

Only includes UO main campus, at one point included  others UO'ss method for determining student  others.  UO method for determining student population is questioned by LTD.

$15 96 $15.96 

‐‐

‐‐

UCLA

39,593

Los Angeles

no

Discount on city service

Different programs,  different costs. $33 different costs. $33‐ $186

USC

36,896

Los Angeles

no

Discount on city service

$4 off of city  programs

Utah

Western  Washington

30,819

14,575

Washington State 21,016

Online or in‐ person

Flash pass,  separate card

O li i Online or in‐ Tap/ smartcard person

With tuition

Online or in‐ person

Sticker

Ot he r

na ct ed  e Ho w

Ac ce ss

?

d Te ch no lo gy  u se

ai d? Ho w  i s  i t  p

Ye ar s

Co st  p no er y  su ea r (in mm ,  clu er  su din m g  m er )

Co ac st  ad pe em r  ic  te rm

El ig po ible pu   br lati ea on kd   ow n

M an da to ry ?

Se t

tin g

nt s St ud e

ol Sc ho

Seattle

C l d Colorado

With tuition Tap/ smartcard

Student polling, student gov't  leadership

42,907

Universal, but exemptions offered for the following:  (1) Lives outside of RTD system (2) Pass already  provided by other source (3) Active military duty (4)  Permanent mobility impairment.  Submit form online.

1991

Community Transit Everett Community Transit, Everett  Transit, King County Metro Transit,  Kitsap Transit, Pierce Transit,  Sound Transit

Washington

Same price for students and employees. Students must be taking  a minimum of 3 credits.

12 bus routes serve UA

METRO Light Rail, Local, LINK,  Express, and RAPID Valley Metro  bus routes

Alameda Contra‐Costa Transit,  Alameda Contra‐Costa Transit BearTransit campus shuttles

Student body vote

Students voted in 1991 for self‐ imposed student fee. Any time fee is  raised more than 10% there has to be  i d th 10% th h t b a student vote. Last vote was 8 to 1 in  favor of raising the fee Until 2000‐01 voted on every year.   Oregon university system changed  how budgeting process worked how budgeting process worked,  students don't vote on it.  Program  finance committees approved by 

Exemption process is repeated each semester‐‐only 100‐150  ttotal end up being exempted.  Students may opt‐in during the  t l d b i t d St d t t i d i th summer, even if they aren't taking classes.

Part of "Incidental Part of  Incidental Fees Fees" (akin to SAF) paid with tuition (akin to SAF) paid with tuition

YES

All faculty staff and students, no exemptions for long‐ distance and online. University pays the portion for  $13‐46 depending  the employees (each dep t assessed) student  on credit load the employees (each dep't assessed) student  employees end up paying twice

Bellingham

YES

Only those taking 6+ credits, 1‐5 credit students can  opt‐in.  No online, long‐distance, or elderly students  pay the fee. Some non‐Western student groups have  opted‐in to the program other programs have opted‐ opted‐in to the program, other programs have opted‐ out.

$25 

$75 ($100)

2007

With tuition

Flash student ID  card

Whatcom Transit Authority

Student initiated, student vote each  time price increases.

Pullman

YES

All students registered for classes at the WSU‐ Pullman campus

$25 7+ credits, $13  for <7 credits

$50 ($75)

2003

With tuition

Flash student ID  card

Pullman Transit

Student vote, twice

Students, faculty and staff

$0 

$0 

1999

n/a

Flash student ID  card

AATA Fixed‐Route bus service

Students have shot down the idea of a  mandatory transit fee.

Funding from "Federal Transit Administration's National Transit  Database."  University pays $700,000, all federal funds.  Rider  surveys every third year.

Stickers

TheBus, extensive Oahu service

ASUH students surveys, resolutions,  senate approval, brought to UH Board  of Regents for approval

http://asuh.hawaii.edu/upass.html

Separate card

Madison Metro Transit, SAFEbus,  SAFEcab

Student vote, ASM Bus Pass  Committee

Salt Lake City

Michigan

41,674

Ann Arbor

no

Hawai'i

20,435

Honolulu

YES

All students paying mandatory fees except for  $20, $125 for those  Medical, Law, UH Community College, and Outreach  not in universal  College students. group

Wisconsin  (Madison)

42,099

Madison

YES

All students paying equivalent of our SAF, this  includes online and long‐distance students. "All  students taking classes for credit and paying student  segregated fees"

$53.76 

Average: $65.20  ($97.80)

1991

With tuition Tap/ smartcard

$40 ($60)

$107.52 ($161.28)

$100 pass  since 2005,  With tuition $20 pass  since 2010

1996

With tuition

Person on the phone had claimed the fee is $80 per person,  estimated that 7 estimated that 7‐9k actually use transit regularly 9k actually use transit regularly

Illinois (Urbana)

41,495

Urbana

YES

Those registered for 0‐5 credits do not pay the fee,  they can opt‐in later.

$48 

$96 ($144)

With tuition

Pittsburgh

28,823

Pittsburgh

YES

Only Pittsburgh campus, not other campuses. Online  students do not pay the fee and may not opt‐in to  the program.  Online students pay other mandatory  fees but not transportation or health.

$90 

$180 ($270)

With tuition Tap/ smartcard

Florida

50,116

Gainesville

YES

Students just taking classes on campus.  UF has a  separate "online campus"

"$0" / $7.53 per  credit hour

$225.90 ($338.85)

Northwestern TGS

2,800

Chicago

YES

Full‐time graduate students.  Waiver process for  those studying abroad or off‐campus.  

$74 

$222 ($296)

Loyola Chicago

16,040

Chicago

YES

Undergraduate 12+ credits, Graduate 8+ credits. Do  Undergraduate 12+ credits Graduate 8+ credits Do not qualify: Programs in foreign countries, Medical  Center, ED programs, PCE, and Social Work   programs.

$102

$201 ($306)

1998

With tuition

With tuition

MTD transit

Port Authority buses, trolleys and  inclines.

Committee w/ 5 appointed by student gov't and transportation administrators, meet 3  times to discuss and vote on the transportation charge for the next year. "The  Transportation Access Fee Commitee is authorized to charge a required fee to all students  under Florida State Statute 240.209 (3)(e)8 to “support the transportation infrastructure  of the university for the purpose of increasing student access to transportation services.”

Flash student ID  card

RTS

Separate card

CTA

b hi i h i i ii Program run by Chicago Transit Authority.  Universities can opt‐ in (these are just two of many colleges and universities in the  program) only to "full time college students" ‐ the universities  enter into a contractual agreement with CTA.

Separate card

CTA

Program run by Chicago Transit Authority.  Universities can opt‐ Program run by Chicago Transit Authority Universities can opt in (these are just two of many colleges and universities in the  program) only to "full time college students" ‐ the universities  enter into a contractual agreement with CTA.

Student and administrator committee

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