Here are some questions that are frequently asked about the University of Georgia Auxiliary Services.
What is Auxiliary Services?
Auxiliary Services is made up of retail and service departments that serve UGA’s campus community.
You can shop in the UGA Bookstore, eat at one of the several different on-campus dining locations, ride the transit system to explore campus, park in one of the visitor's pay lots or use your permit at designated lots, and play a round of golf at the UGA Golf Course.
Is Auxiliary Service part of the University?
Yes, Auxiliary Services is a division of the University. The Associate Vice President for Auxiliary Services is responsible for the administrative management of all Auxiliary units. The Associate Vice President reports to the Vice President for Finance and Administration. Auxiliary Service units are established by the President upon recommendation of the Vice President for Finance and Administration, subject to the approval of the Board of Regents.The division is committed to enhancing your campus experience by developing and offering high quality goods and services, operating in a financially self-supporting manner, and providing exceptional customer service to the campus.
How much funding for Auxiliary Services comes from tax dollars?
Auxiliary Services receives no funding from tax dollars. This Division is chartered to be self-funded, requiring that it earn all its money by charging its users for services, as delivered, on a fee or per transaction basis.