In November of 2005, The Texas State University Board of Regents approved the electronic course fee to ensure adequate funding for the development and maintenance of courses delivered through electronic media. Students enrolled in courses that are coded "fully distance education" or "hybrid/blended" pay $50 per SCH in additional fees to support the development, delivery and maintenance of fully online and hybrid courses.
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Frequent Asked Questions
Administration of Electronic Course Fees
- What triggers the electronic course fee?
- Should my course be coded fully distance education or hybrid/blended?
- How are electronic course fees distributed?
- To what account is my department's ECF revenue transferred?
- Are there additional requirements for faculty teaching online?
- Who is responsible for managing my department's ECF funds?
- How can ECF funds be used?
- Administration of Electronic Course Fees