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Ancillary Services

Ancillary Services for Housing, Food Services, Beverage Services, Transportation, UTEMP and Trademark Licensing.

Facilities & Services

Facilities and Services for Service Orders, Property Management, Caretaking, Grounds, Trades, Campus Moving, Mail, Recycling, Campus Police, Fire Prevention, Environmental Health and Safety and Telecommunications

Information Technology Services

ITS for enterprise academic and administrative applications, networking, client support, and the governance of institution-wide IT priorities and planning

Planning & Budget

Planning and Budget for details on enrolments, tuition fees and the University's budget

University Planning, Design and Construction

University Planning, Design and Construction for Campus & Facilities Planning, Project Development, Design & Engineering and Project Management

Academic & Campus Events

Academic + Campus for Test & Exam Services, Room Reservations (Internal and External), A/V Support, Weddings, Filming and Convocation Hall bookings

Operations and Real Estate Partnerships – HR Divisional Office

This office supports the following areas: Academic + Campus Events, Ancillary Services, Banting & Best Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Facilities & Services, and University Planning, Design & Construction, and University Planning, Design and Construction.

Banting & Best Centre

BBCIE provides mentorship, expertise, space and experience for all stages of the innovation pipeline. It provides the skills and resources to start up, effectively pitch ideas, find collaborators, and build and execute a business plan.

Operational Excellence

In 2012, UO announced an operational excellence target of $50M for new revenues and efficiency savings over 6 years and $10M in the final year. This goal was exceeded within the first 5 years, reaching $54 million in cumulative savings in June 2015. Learn more about the projects both within the portfolio, and in partnerships with others.

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