UW-Green Bay’s dining program recognized with the National Association of Auxiliary Services (NACAS)

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s University Dining program has been recognized with the National Association of Auxiliary Services (NACAS) Innovative Achievement in Auxiliary Services award for its on-campus delivery program. The on-campus delivery program was developed to meet the needs of our students during the COVID-19 pandemic. University Dining was challenged to deliver their services differently and meet the students where they were.

During the height of the pandemic approximately 35% of all meals eaten during Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 were delivered to students living on campus. By the end of the academic year, more than 52,000 total meals were delivered to students through the delivery program. The program utilizes the UWGB Dining mobile app and dining staff to prepare and deliver the meals. The program would not be made possible without support from dining services partner Chartwells Higher Education which, through creative planning and execution, was challenged to meet the needs of UW-Green Bay students and deliver an innovative program.

For available delivery times please check out the current Building & Dining Hours.

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