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The Services & Programs of UAS
Transcript of The Services & Programs of UAS
OTHER UAS SERVICES
What is UAS?
University Auxiliary Services (UAS) is a nonprofit organization that provides a variety of services to enhance campus life. UAS oversees 15+ services, primarily by securing and managing local and national contracts.
UAS Contact Information
Barnes & Noble
Coke, Prestige & New Leaf Vending
Variety of student meal plans
Faculty/Staff Dining Plan
Allergy/gluten free zones (Simple Servings)
Kosher and halal options
Special/themed dining events
Soup and salad bars
Campus made desserts
Late night dining
Made to order deli sandwiches
Beverage and snack vending
Local/healthy options available
Munch Money, Podium, F/S Dining Plan, cash and credit cards accepted (options vary per machine)
Nutritional information at some machines
The SUNYCard provides access to:
Munch Money, Podium, and Campus Gold funds
Apparel & gifts
Online and ebooks at a discount
Program Funds & Supplemental Program Funds
Albany Student Dining Advisory Committee (ASDAC) opportunities
UAS CORE VALUES
Board of Directors
Faculty & Staff
In addition, UAS offers:
As of May 2016,
of food purchases are sourced locally
Local food purchases include: whole pigs, grass-fed beef, fruits and vegetables
As of May 2016, over
2 millions pounds
of food and waste have been diverted from landfills
The H2O Zone at the Campus Center saved
plastic water bottles from going into the landfill during the 2014-2015 school year.
Fair Trade and organic Aspretto coffee and tea is offered in all resident dining rooms, the Patroon Room and Zime
518 Market offers Green Mountain Coffee with some varieties as Fair Trade
Fair Trade chocolate is offered at 518 Market and in the University Bookstore.
IN THE NEWS
UAlbany's dining program has been prominently featured in the national NACUFS monthly newsletter every month since May 2013.
In addition, 518 Market, Shop24, Zipcar and other UAS initiatives have been featured in local and national publications, such as:
On Campus Hospitality Magazine
Steve Barnes Food Blog
National Food Management Magazine
UAlbany Biology Professor Gary S. Kleppel, PhD talks about sustainable farming at his farm, Longfield Farm, in Altamont, NY
Students and staff observe Indian Quad's compost progression at the Schenectady County Soil & Water Conservation District
Learning and leadership skills development
Laundry Services, including LaundryView - Mac-Gray
Banking - SEFCU
MicroFridge - Refrigerator Leasing Company
Rental sharing - Zipcar
Floral Services - Frank Gallo
Moving & Storage - Don's Moving & Storage and Collegeboxes
Linens - Residential Hall Linens
Property Insurance - HF&C
The SUNYCard Office also oversees:
Campus wide door access (e.g., classrooms)
GET: SUNYCard Online Services allows you to/get:
Sign in via your MyUAlbany account
Deactivate your lost SUNYCard online
Reactivate your found SUNYCard online
Send requests for money
Gifting option for family and friends
State Quad Dining Room
UAS is an integral part of the new Campus Center expansion project. The East Addition is a 21,000 square foot addition, built east of the existing Campus Center. The East Addition contains a double height dining room and a variety of dining options, including diner-style food (Fountain Grill), salads/soups (Stalks & Stems), pizza/hot subs (Cusato's) and much more!
The East Addition also has a sub-basement that is home to the UAlbany Catering kitchen and includes a new service tunnel and loading dock for convenience and more strategic service delivery.
A below grade storage space for the University Bookstore is also located off the loading dock with a materials lift linking the space with the existing bookstore upstairs.
The sub-basement has not only improved the functionality of the catering and bookstore services, but it has also eliminated delivery and trash removal from public areas.
5 all-you-care-to-eat dining rooms
Campus Center's new East Addition food options include pizza, deli/sub sandwiches, burgers/fries, breakfast foods and a cafe/bakery.
Zime (Massry Center for Business)
Argo Tea Cafe (Lecture Center)
518 Market (Campus Center)
Zime (Husted - Downtown Campus)
Opened Fall 2015
During Phase II of Campus Center construction project
Phase I - East Addition in modified format (completed)
Phase II - West Addition (currently under construction)
Phase III - East Addition, final renovation