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The other GSU approves ‘green’ fee

Georgia Southern University has recently approved a ‘green’ fee after students voted to pay $10 per semester to enhance environmental initiatives on campus.

74% of the 9,400 students who voted approved of the $400,000 that the fee would bring in annually, according to the Associated Press.

The Board of Regents is now scheduled to consider the fee.

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Georgia State, however, has yet to approve a ‘green’ fee. The school is now in the process of approving a reallocation of funds for an Office of Sustainability from the Student Activity Fee after President Mark Becker decided to not entertain any new fees or fee increases this year.