NC State bookstores, University Dining, and the associated entities of convenience stores, vending, concessions, and campus retail operations, as well as the All-Campus card, will now be organized under the new Campus Enterprises division, Chancellor James Oblinger announced last week. The mission of the new division will be to provide support for student facilities, programming and scholarship. Funding for the division will come from non-appropriated sources.
The responsibilities of the division will include managing the the Talley Student Center, Witherspoon Student Center, Erdhal-Cloyd Atrium, and support facilities in the future Town Center and Alliance Center on Centennial Campus. As the lead division for NC State’s retailing and hospitality functions, Campus Enterprises also will provide coordination with the Centennial Campus golf course and the future conference center and hotel. Student programming activities will continue to be part of the Student Affairs division.
Bob Wood has been named interim associate vice chancellor for Campus Enterprises until a national search can be completed for the position.