Auxiliary Services

Director of Auxiliary Services Brian Dailey

Brian Dailey, Director of Auxiliary Services

Brian Dailey
Director of Auxiliary Services

UNCW welcomes Brian Dailey to the position of Director of Auxiliary Services effective March 30, 2012. Brian will oversee the UNCW One Card program, Campus Dining Services, UNCW BookstoreParking & Transportation Services, and Trademarks & Licensing.

Brian comes to UNCW from the Florida Institute of Technology where he served for 18 years in three administrative positions - starting as the Director of Auxiliary Services and then moving to the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs, which included responsibilities for the campus Health Center and Varsity Athletics. During the past five years, he served as the Assistant Vice President for Athletics which included responsibility for the University's NCAA Division II intercollegiate sports along with the Clemente Sports and Recreation Center. Prior to Florida Tech, Brian served in multiple auxiliary services positions, including Auxiliary Services General Manager at the State University of New York at Morrisville, and housing and food services at the University of Montana's Flathead Lake Biological Research Station.

Brian brings a broad range of business and student service experiences to UNCW. His responsibilities have included food and catering services, conference and hospitality services, bookstore, student housing and residence life, ID card systems, student health center and campus refuse and recycling programs, University Golf Course operations along with equine stables and training facilities.

During his tenure at Florida Tech, Brian implemented a new ID card system that provided additional services and revenue, expanded food service offerings including on-campus pizza delivery and C-Store. Brian was also actively involved with two new student housing apartment-style construction projects including several renovations along with helping increase funding and expanding the number of varsity sports.

Brian received his Bachelor of Science degree in Forestry from the University of Minnesota and completed graduate work in Public Administration at the University of Montana.