The programs offered by Auxiliary Services are intended to be compatible with each Campus’ individual missions and goals. We are committed to providing exceptional service to our customers through outstanding quality and value; along with delivering green and efficient service in collaboration with our business partners.
UHBookstore - The University of Houston Barnes & Noble store will be your one-stop shop for all your campus needs. Stay connected by downloading the "My College Bookstore" app from your App Store or Google Play and get 25 percent off UH merchandise instantly.
- Copy Center - We are your go-to resource for packing, shipping, printing and business service needs.
- Dining - UH Dining Services includes two dining commons, an on-site dietitian and a robust food truck program, in addition to a number of other features for the campus community to enjoy.
- Vending - Vending services are provided by the Coca-Cola Bottling Company and Canteen Vending. Providing high quality and convenient beverage and snack services to the UH community is important to us.
Parking and Transportation Services is a self-funded auxiliary service that oversees permit sales and management, parking enforcement, lot maintenance and construction, visitor and event parking, Cougar Line shuttle operations, the Cougar Ride late-night shuttle service and the Coogs on Alternative and Sustainable Transportation program, which offers incentives for students, faculty and staff to use alternative modes of transportation to commute to campus.
Public Art of the University of Houston System (PAUHS) is a collection of public artworks by acclaimed local, regional, national and international artists, across all forms of media and styles. In 1966, the University of Houston’s Board of Regents voted to establish a policy that would dedicate one percent of the construction costs of all future building projects to acquire works of art. At the time, UH was undergoing an unprecedented construction boom, and the public art program was conceived to greatly enhance campus life as well as the prestige of the university at a local, regional and international level. In 1969, the state of Texas ratified the necessary legal framework for enabling the funding of public art from construction projects (currently not to exceed 1% of construction budgets). The University of Houston then became the first public university in Texas to formally adopt a percent for art program. Fifty years later, PAUHS has matured into one of the most impressive public art collections in the country, with nearly 700 objects on view throughout the University of Houston, University of Houston at Sugar Land, University of Houston–Downtown, University of Houston–Clear Lake and University of Houston–Victoria. The scope of these projects has increased dramatically over time, and the collection continues to expand and mature through commissions, site-specific installations, temporary public art, purchases and gifts.
University Services is comprised of the Cougar Card Office, Cullen Performance Hall, Marketing, Printing and Postal Services and the Office of Sustainability, University Services at The University of Houston is a group of diverse campus departments that each serve a unique and vital role to students, faculty, staff,
- Cougar Card - The Cougar Card is a multi-purpose ID that integrates a number of functions for daily usage around our campus. The Cougar Card Program is committed to providing an innovative and inclusive card-based solution system to The University of Houston’s students, faculty, staff,
alumniand visitors. We are committed to providing outstanding customer service by acknowledging, appreciating, affirming and assuring our customers that we will continue to strive to provide the best service possible.
- Cullen Performance Hall - Nestled among the tree-lined sidewalks in the heart of The University of Houston campus is the historic Cullen Performance Hall, which has been one of the premier entertainment venues in the city of Houston since it opened in 1950. Its cozy, relaxed atmosphere provides the ideal setting for music concerts, public lectures, dance performances and theatrical productions.
- Copy, Print and Delivery Services - Copy, Print and Delivery Services supports the mission of the university by providing on-campus centralization of specialists and equipment to assist the faculty,
staffand students with high qualityprinting and mail processes at a competitive and/or reasonable price. It is also responsible for the inter/intra-office distribution of information among faculty and staff. Customer service is the top priority.
- Office of Sustainability - The University of Houston Office of Sustainability serves as the hub for campus sustainability efforts. Engaging the campus and community, the office fosters collaboration and educates individuals about social, economic and environmental factors that impact today’s society and generations to come. On-campus sustainability initiatives include academic programs and research, educational events, the campus community garden, single-stream recycling, water bottle refill stations, renewable energy use, sustainable transportation, green building and more.
A&F Internal Communications team supports the Division’s strategic objectives by sharing important information with Faculty, Staff and students along with our campus community partners and across the UH System components. Within this department, the team creates effective messaging and distributes it in a timely and targeted manner representing the nine Division areas. In addition, the Internal Communications office facilitates the exchange of information within the University environment, including the A&F S.P.I.R.I.T. newsletter, leadership announcements from the Office of the Chief Financial Officer, and other communications representing the Office of Administration components, including Auxiliary Services, University Services and Parking & Transportation Services.
To request assistance from A&F Internal Communications, please submit a project request form. The project request will be reviewed and prioritized dependent upon completion date of ALL required information, not the initial request date.