UPrint, the University’s Managed Print Services (“MPS”) Program managed by the Design & Document Production Center, is a service provided to the University of Connecticut (“UConn”) through an external provider who will analyze document output devices (such as copiers, printers and fax machines) with the goal of reducing the total cost of ownership, improving efficiency and productivity, and furthering the University’s sustainability initiatives.
University Surplus is a great way to reap savings for your department. You can get furnishing and other supplies at no cost! Visit the surplus showroom to "tag" surplus items for your department. Employee identification must be shown.
University Catering is dedicated to providing the highest quality service to the faculty, staff, students & guest of the University of Connecticut. Our services include served meals, buffet meals, receptions, coffee breaks, picnics & a la carte menu planning. Convenient group tickets for any of our campus dining facilities are also available. The catering department is comprised of a well trained culinary staff & service personnel under the direction of a professional management team. Our experience, knowledge & expertise enables us to provide all of the necessary ingredients to ensure the success of your event. As you plan your celebrations, please keep University Catering in mind. We have added some delicious enhancements to our menu.
Central Stores Customers, we have great news! Say "Goodbye" to mark up and "Hello" to lower prices. The 12% mark-up on in-stock items and the 6% mark-up on special orders items will be eliminated as we begin fiscal year 2017. All Central Stores stock and special order products will be available to you at cost.
Central Stores is the warehouse to all University departments and locations. They stock and special order a wide variety of office, maintenance and laboratory supplies, a total of nearly 9,000 items. Central Stores also provides numerous services to the University: Shipping and Receiving, the Surplus Program, Department Moves and many more. For an overview of what they do, please see FAQs.
The Facilities Operations department handles 24 hour maintenance requests for the University. The Work Order Control Center provides a point of contact for the entire campus. This group acts as the communications center for all complaints, requests for repairs and emergencies.
Students are employed in virtually all departments and are a vital part of the University of Connecticut’s work force. Students work in positions covering all aspects of University functions: research, administration, information technology, fiscal management, library, maintenance, recreation/athletics, social services, academic services, public services, and the arts. Positions range from trainee level to supervisory and highly technical levels.levels.