Campus Enterprises supports Carolina’s students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents and visitors by providing a wide range of products and services to enhance the campus experience. From books to baked goods, power to parking, laundry to licensing, our goal is to provide outstanding auxiliary, retail, trademark, licensing and business services.
Auxiliary Services provides a variety of products and services in a convenient and customer-oriented manner to enhance the quality of campus life for students, faculty, staff and visitors.
Our services and programs support the mission of the University, and we are committed to fostering an environment that promotes diversity and inclusiveness throughout Auxiliary Services. Our professional team of employees possesses unique backgrounds, skills and experiences that come together to provide a learning environment on campus that extends beyond the classroom.
Auxiliary Services include:
- Armored Car
- Carolina Dining Services
- UNC Student Stores
- Carolina Managed Print Services
- UNC Print Stop & Copy Center
- Horace Williams Airport
- PID Office
- UNC One Card
- University Mail Services
Transportation and Parking
Through thoughtful stewardship and resourceful partnering, Transportation and Parking provides and manages convenient, cost-effective, safe, and sustainable access options to the UNC-Chapel Hill campus. The department strives to provide a high level of service to students, employees and visitors at the University and Hospitals.
Trademarks and Licensing
Since UNC-Chapel Hill was established, and as traditions began and evolved, a variety of logos (symbols or designs), verbiage (words, names, phrases or groups of letters), and landmarks came to signify the University. These trademarked elements are managed and protected by Trademarks and Licensing. 100 percent of the net proceeds from the licensing program is used to help fund UNC-Chapel Hill need-based and merit-based scholarships.
Energy Services is responsible for providing critical utility services for the University community, including UNC Hospitals. These responsibilities include utility operation and supply, maintenance of production and distribution systems and long-range utility infrastructure planning to support campus growth.
Campus Enterprises, through the activities of Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Sustainability Officer, Brad Ives, is a key component of the UNC Three Zeros Environmental Initiative and the NC Policy collaboratory. Learn more about our initiatives.