Compton Union Building

Compton Union Building Service and Activity Fee 

The CUB provides services to all students on campus, over three hundred RSO’s, and CUB resident departments and sees an average of 12,000 patrons through the doors daily during the academic year. Of the 5,602 reservations booked to date, 55% have been from registered student organizations. The CUB waives on average $30,000 in facility fees and event support to student groups.

Revenue Generation
Funding Source Amount Received Percentage
Student Fees  $4,649,182 52.8%
 S&A Fees  $1,572,229 17.8%
 Pledged S&A Fees  $647,000 7.3%
Lease Income  $999,921 11.3%
Miscellaneous (Facility Usage, Sales, Univ Support)  $955,190 10.8%
Total  $8,823,522 100.0%
S&A Fee Usage
Usage Amount Allocated Percentage
Student Wages $324,436 20.4%
Salaries $798,465 50.2%
Graduate Assistantships $0 0.0%
Benefits $270,219 17.0%
Goods and Services (copying, printing, programming, education, telephone) $196,683 12.4%
Travel $0 0.0%
Total $1,589,803 100.0%


Year Allocation % Change
 2017-2018  $1,589,803 1.12%
 2016-2017  $1,572,229 4.31%
 2015-2016  $1,507,225 4.98%
 2014-2015  $1,435,721 -9.14%
 2013-2014  $1,580,221 NA

Listed below are the infrastructure support and intended services that the CUB provides through the Service and Activity Fee.


  • Open 128 hours a week during the academic year, the most of any public building on campus
  • Student groups and organizations have free access to meeting rooms, equipment, and receive priority use of event space (1 complementary annually)
  • Complementary and public use for students of lounge gaming system, billiards, televisions, outlets, and phone charging stations

Registered Student Organization Administration

  • Process nearly $2 million in disbursements, this equates to an average of 35-40 requests per day
  • Process daily deposits ($1.9 million balance in RSO accounts) and ensuring compliance to policies
  • Staff available to provide a fast turn-around time on financial paperwork without a check issuance fee


  • Desktop and server replacement plan and technical support for over 250 machines for 9 CUB Community Members and all student organizations housed in the CUB
  • Provide telephone and ethernet service to student areas, annual billing of $30,000


  • Direct design and planning support for several programs including: ASWSU, GPSA, Center for Civic Engagement, Gender/Identity Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center, Multicultural Student Services, Student Entertainment Board, Student Involvement
  • Marketing support for digital signage and postings throughout the building
  • Provide CougSync administration and oversight, web design and support for over 300 RSO groups, RHA, ASWSU and GPSA
  • Completed five signature projects including: ASWSU Multicultural Fundraising Banquet Marketing Campaign, Multicultural Graduation Marketing Campaign, Center for Civic Engagement’s fall, spring and summer postcards, GIESORC tri-fold

Student Staffing

  • Provide over 150 students with enhanced employment experiences to maintain the highly utilized building
  • Develop a training plan to yield learning outcomes in leadership, professional and personal development