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    Physical Security & Access

  • Auxiliary Services

    Auxiliary Services

  • Campus Support Services

    Campus Support Services

  • Environmental Health and Safety

    Environmental Health & Safety

  • Institutional Risk Management

    Institutional Risk Management

  • Sustainability


Business Services is comprised of six 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. Safety, Risk Management and Sustainability are an important aspect of all we do.

News & Highlights

NEW! UNCW Names Miles Lackey Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs

APRIL 10, 2018 - Miles Lackey has been named Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs at the University of North Carolina Wilmington following a national search, the university announced today. Lackey is a North Carolina native who will bring experience in higher education, private industry and political affairs to UNCW. (continue to full story

Fall Semester 2016

UNCW EH&S Awarded Grant for Public EV Charging Stations Thanks to Duke Energy Program

Wilmington, N.C. – UNCW Environmental Health and Safety was recently awarded a $10,000 grant for two public electric vehicle charging stations. Sustainability Captain, Kat Pohlman, coordinated with Parking and Transportation to apply for the grant, “I am excited to expand this service and engage more commuters through this partnership,” Pohlman said. Over 500 charging stations were requested from almost 100 applicants across the state of North Carolina.

The charging stations are funded by Duke Energy and are part of the company’s 200 public charging stations that are being installed around North Carolina. Duke Energy’s EV Charging Infrastructure Support Project provided $1 million to help cities and towns develop public charging stations for residents. Duke Energy will pay 100 percent of the installation costs under the program.

“Over the past decade, Duke Energy has supported the development of several hundred electric vehicle charging stations in North Carolina,” said David Fountain, Duke Energy’s North Carolina president. “Adoption of EVs depends on a robust infrastructure for consumers.”

Potential locations for the charging stations are Lot K Extension, Lot D, Lot R1, Lot L or Lot 1B.

The Duke Energy Program was part of a recent settlement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and environmental groups.