The Technology Access Fee (TAF) that students pay each semester is money that is allocated specifically to make technology accessible to all students. Examples of TAF funded projects are the computer lab in D.P. Culp and the laptops that are available for checkout in the Sherrod Library.
Since 1997, the Technology Access Fee has provided ETSU's students with significantly expanded technology opportunities. It has provided funding for the completion of a campus-wide network system, the open computer labs are on a three-year replacement cycle, numerous college and departmental labs, the Student Help Desk was created, and there are currently 148 multimedia classrooms.