Roadrunner Cafe, UTSA 1604
Auxiliary services expands to include parking office
(Oct. 8, 2008)--Pamela Bacon, UTSA associate vice president for administration, announced today the consolidation of Parking and Transportation Services and the existing Business Auxiliary Services into a single department.
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Parking and Transportation Services handles operations related to permit distribution, parking enforcement and shuttle services. Business Auxiliary Services currently manages UTSA dining services, bookstores, and vending and copier contracts, as well as the UTSACard Office.
"I am excited about the efficiencies and synergistic effects of this new organization," said Jane Wilcox, director of business auxiliary services. "Business Auxiliary Services will continue to work to enhance the quality of student life by delivering a variety of essential goods and services with an emphasis on creativity, innovation and customer service."
To house the new department, an office will be constructed in the "horseshoe" across the green space from University Center III on the 1604 Campus. During construction, Parking and Transportation Services will remain in the Physical Plant Building. In lateOctober, the UTSACard Office will relocate temporarily from the John Peace Library Building to University Center Room 1.02.20E, across from the bookstore.
For more information, contact Business Auxiliary Services at (210) 458-4639.