The Services & Activities Fee (SAF) committee is a University committee that allocates the Services and Activities Fee paid by students.
The SAF Committee develops annual recommended budgets detailing how funds collected from the S&A fee should be spent. The committee also recommends the fee level each year. The recommended budget is presented to the Board of Regents for their approval along with recommendations from the Vice Provost for Student Life.
The Services Activities Fee Committee is comprised of seven students, four from the Associated Students of the University of Washington (ASUW) and three from the Graduate Professional Student Senate (GPSS), appointed annually. These seven members are the only voting members of the committee and elect a chair from amongst their membership. The Committee also has two non-voting member appointed by the Faculty Senate and three non-voting member appointed by the University Administration. All appointments to the Committee are for a length of one year and no member may server longer than 5 consecutive terms.