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Business Services is comprised of three major units that direct a wide variety of programs serving the university's students, faculty, staff, visitors, alumni and guests. We operate under the core values of Customer Service, Collaboration, Professionalism and Integrity.

Customer Service is our mantra and we always strive for excellence in quality and value.



UNCW Names Gino Z. Galutera Associate Vice Chancellor for Business Services

Gino GaluteraSeptember 22, 2022 -Following a national search, Gino Z. Galutera has been named associate vice chancellor for business services at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. His appointment is effective immediately.
Business Services is comprised of three major units that direct a wide variety of programs serving the university's students, faculty, staff, visitors, alumni and guests. These programs include, but are not limited to: Campus Dining, the UNCW Bookstore, Parking, Transportation, One Card Office, Seahawk Mail, Printing Services, Passport Services, and the Office of Sustainability.

“Mr. Galutera’s experience in effectively managing contracted services and implementing process/technology-based improvements will enable Business Services to continue to improve and build upon the important services it provides today,” said Miles Lackey, vice chancellor for Business Affairs.
Galutera previously served as UNCW’s director of Auxiliary Services. He joined UNCW from Brandeis University, where he served as the managing director of auxiliary services. Prior to that, he worked at The Citadel, where he served as associate director of auxiliary services and director of One Card services.
Galutera has a successful record of directly planning and implementing quality service improvements across a variety of auxiliary functions, including campus dining, bookstore operations, beverage/vending services, and One Card operations. In addition, Galutera has experience in the private sector, having served as corporate marketing manager for the Sticky Fingers Restaurant Group.
Galutera holds an MBA from The Citadel and a B.A./B.S. in Spanish/Biology from Furman University.

Aswani K. Volety Named Chancellor-Elect of UNCW 

Aswani K. VoletyMay 26, 2022 - Dr. Aswani K. Volety, an experienced leader in higher education with deeply rooted connections to the University of North Carolina Wilmington, will return to the institution on July 1, 2022, as the seventh Chancellor. Chancellor-Elect Volety previously served as the Dean of UNCW’s renowned College of Arts & Sciences and the Executive Director of the Center for Marine Science. He is currently Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Elon University. 

Dr. Volety was elected by the Board of Governors of the 17-campus University of North Carolina System. He led the College of Arts and Sciences, UNCW’s largest academic unit, from July 2014-August 2019. He led the Center for Marine Science from May 2018-August 2019. UNC System President Peter Hans nominated Dr. Volety during the board’s meeting on May 26, 2022, in Chapel Hill, NC. Dr. Volety was selected for the nomination following a rigorous national search process that involved input from the UNCW community, including students, faculty, staff, the Board of Trustees,  and alumni. (Continue reading on UNCW news.)

 UNCW Campus Dining launches climate-friendly meal choices through Cool Food Badges

Campus Dining LogoJanuary 20, 2022 - University of North Carolina Wilmington Campus Dining is making it easier for students and the campus community to choose climate friendly foods through the launch of Cool Food Meals this January. This program is part of UNCW’s ongoing commitment to the environment and sustainability.

Last October, World Resources Institute (WRI) announced that its Cool Food Meals badge will appear on Aramark menus, as part of a 10-university pilot beginning in the Spring 2022 semester. The Cool Food Meals badge identifies dishes with a lower carbon footprint and will appear on more than 350 menu items.

“I’m excited to be bringing the Cool Food Program to UNCW as we think outside the box with better food choices for our students and our planet,” says Interim Associate Vice Chancellor, Gino Galutera.

WRI measured the carbon footprint of hundreds of Aramark recipes to identify items that meet the Cool Food Meals criteria, based on the ingredients from farm to fork and the land used to produce the meal. If a dish’s carbon footprint falls below an established per-meal threshold and meets a nutrition safeguard, it is approved as a Cool Food Meal. 

UNCW Campus Dining Sustainability is proud to add this initiative to its program. Cool Food Meal badges make it easy and accessible for all students to get involved and make climate friendly choices.  Cool Food Meals can be found on campus at Wagoner Dining Hall. Some examples of dishes that will be labeled as a Cool Food Meals include Pumpkin Crunch Yogurt Bowls and Mediterranean Stir Fry.

 “It is important that we educate the community on the impact of purchased items on greenhouse gas emissions and regional resiliency,” said UNCW Chief Sustainability Officer Kat Pohlman. “This program is a daily reminder that each choice we make has the potential to create a more robust local economy and environmental stewardship!”

Aramark is the first contract catering company to adopt the Cool Food Meals badge. Since 2015, Aramark has increased its climate-healthy plant-forward menu options through its Healthy for Life® initiative. Currently, more than 35% of main dishes the company serves on menus at workplaces, hospital cafes, and university dining halls in the United States are vegetarian or vegan. 

Aramark’s commitment to the planet is a core part of the company’s sustainability plan, Be Well. Do Well., focused on positively impacting people and the planet. Aramark’s planet priority is focused on several initiatives addressing climate change. The Company is working to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by offering more vegan and vegetarian meals, sourcing responsibly, operating more efficiently, minimizing food waste, and reducing packaging.


About Aramark

Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) proudly serves the world’s leading educational institutions, Fortune 500 companies, world champion sports teams, prominent healthcare providers, iconic destinations and cultural attractions, and numerous municipalities in 19 countries around the world with food, facilities, and uniform services. Because our culture is rooted in service, our employees strive to do great things for each other, our partners, our communities, and our planet. Aramark has been named to DiversityInc’s “Top 50 Companies for Diversity” list, the Forbes list of “America’s Best Employers for Diversity,” the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s “Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality” and scored 100% on the Disability Equality Index. Learn more at and connect with us on FacebookTwitter, and LinkedIn..

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