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Factor Breakdown and Ranking, How satisfied are you with the quality of dining hall food. 1st among select 6 top 20,1st among our class 67 schools top 20. 6th among all schools 229 schools top 20, How satisfied are you with the cleanliness of the dining hall facilities. 1st among select 6 top 20,1st among our class 67 schools top 20. 4th among all schools 229 schools top 20, How satisfied are you with the dining room environment.
1st among select 6 top 20,1st among our class 67 schools top 20. 5th among all schools 229 schools top 20, How satisfied are you with the service provided by dining hall staff. 1st among select 6 top 20,2nd among our class 67 schools top 20. 11th among all schools 229 schools top 20, How satisfied are you with the value of the meal plan. 2nd among select 6 top 20,2nd among our class 67 schools top 20.
51st among all schools 229 schools top 20, The Department continued to support the educational mission of the University by. providing facilities and staff to assist in the quantity food lab courses offered by the Food. and Nutrition Department a unit of the College of Family and Consumer Sciences The. Department also participated in the ACUHO I NACUFS Internship Program and hosted. two college food service interns during the summer. The Department was notified this year by the Public Relations Department that the Let the. Big Dawg Eat video received a Special Merit Award in the Films and Videotapes Category. in the CASE District III Advancement Awards Council for the Advancement and Support of. Summary of FY 2003 04 Goals, Construction of the new East Village Commons began in the spring of 2003 with a projected. completion date of July 1 2004 The new facility will include a 550 seat student dining. facility a cash food court and a convenience store The food concepts in the operation will. Red Clay Caf a la carte dining,Sweet Java Brown s coffee and pastries. Frostworks premium ice cream yogurt and sundaes,Between the Bread specialty sandwiches and soups. The Village Market convenience store, The Village Summit meal plan service and fixed price dining.
The Village Green salads toppings and dressings,Egg Works made to order omelets. Headliners hot entrees and vegetable sides,Giorgio s Co pizza and pasta. Upper East Side Deli sandwiches wraps and soup,Just Veggies vegetarian cuisine. Blue Steel Grill made to order grilled sandwiches,Smoothies UGA smoothies fruit ice cream deserts. The Filling Station hot and cold beverages, Working with the University Architects office the Department completed the design of a.
coffee shop which will open in the new Student Learning Center in August 2003 The. Department partnered with Jittery Joe s to operate the coffee shop Plans are also in place for. the expansion of freezer space at Central Food Storage This expansion is necessary due to. the growth of the Food Service Department including the addition of the new East Village. To increase customer service plans include expanding dinner serving hours at Snelling. Dining Hall until midnight Monday Thursday and implementing continuous service. hours at Bolton Dining Commons and Oglethorpe Dining Commons 7 00 a m 7 00. p m Monday through Friday, In addition the Department plans to expand the use of biometrics by including biometric. technology in time collection devices as part of a new timekeeping system. FOOD SERVICES ALL UNITS,FINANCIAL SUMMARY,FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 2003. FY2003 FY2002,YEAR TO PERCENT OF YEAR TO PERCENT OF. DATE REVENUE DATE REVENUE,Revenue 1 16 890 267 100 0 16 224 336 100 0. Cost of Sales 5 348 935 31 7 5 172 415 31 9,Gross Profit 11 541 332 68 3 11 051 921 68 1.
Operating Expenses,Personal Services 2 6 763 816 40 0 6 235 611 38 4. Direct Expenses 2 2 649 060 15 7 2 767 075 17 1,Indirect Expenses 2 703 810 4 2 650 684 4 0. Total Operating Expenses 10 116 686 59 9 9 653 370 59 5. Net Operating Income 1 424 646 8 4 1 398 551 8 6,Depreciation 254 318 1 5 811 217 5 0. Debt Service,Other Transfers,Total Transfers 222 278 1 3 811 217 5 0. Net Income 1 202 368 7 1 587 334 3 6,1 Includes a distribution of interest income.
2 Includes a distribution of administrative expense. BOLTON DINING HALL,FINANCIAL SUMMARY,FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 2003. FY2003 FY2002,YEAR TO PERCENT OF YEAR TO PERCENT OF. DATE REVENUE DATE REVENUE,Revenue 1 4 197 043 100 0 4 322 885 100 0. Cost of Sales 1 336 331 31 8 1 446 753 33 5,Gross Profit 2 860 712 68 2 2 876 132 66 5. Operating Expenses,Personal Services 2 1 400 732 33 4 1 511 458 35 0.
Direct Expenses 2 600 462 14 3 590 930 13 7,Indirect Expenses 2 212 903 5 1 178 615 4 1. Total Operating Expenses 2 214 097 52 8 2 281 003 52 8. Net Operating Income 646 615 15 4 595 129 13 8,Depreciation 32 733 0 8 216 144 5 0. Debt Service,Other Transfers,Total Transfers 32 733 0 8 216 144 5 0. Net Income 613 883 14 6 378 985 8 8,1 Includes a distribution of Interest Income. 2 Includes a distribution of Administrative Expense. SNELLING DINING HALL,FINANCIAL SUMMARY,FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 2003.
FY2003 FY2002,YEAR TO PERCENT OF YEAR TO PERCENT OF. DATE REVENUE DATE REVENUE,Revenue 1 4 822 270 100 0 4 367 416 100 0. Cost of Sales 1 594 554 33 1 1 506 351 34 5,Gross Profit 3 227 716 66 9 2 861 065 65 5. Operating Expenses,Personal Services 2 1 733 217 35 9 1 598 358 36 6. Direct Expenses 2 697 985 14 5 770 439 17 6,Indirect Expenses 2 219 669 4 6 225 103 5 2.
Total Operating Expenses 2 650 871 55 0 2 593 900 59 4. Net Operating Income 576 845 12 0 267 165 6 1,Depreciation 61 970 1 3 218 371 5 0. Debt Service,Other Transfers,Total Transfers 61 970 1 3 218 371 5 0. Net Income 514 875 10 7 48 795 1 1,1 Includes a distribution of Interest Income. 2 Includes a distribution of Administrative Expense. OGLETHORPE DINING HALL,FINANCIAL SUMMARY,FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 2003. FY2003 FY2002,YEAR TO PERCENT OF YEAR TO PERCENT OF.
DATE REVENUE DATE REVENUE,Revenue 1 4 355 962 100 0 4 443 799 100 0. Cost of Sales 1 049 131 24 1 1 008 377 22 7,Gross Profit 3 306 830 75 9 3 435 422 77 3. Operating Expenses,Personal Services 2 1 415 644 32 5 1 362 945 30 7. Direct Expenses 2 563 403 12 9 527 596 11 9,Indirect Expenses 2 143 003 3 3 122 124 2 7. Total Operating Expenses 2 122 051 48 7 2 012 665 45 3. Net Operating Income 1 184 780 27 2 1 422 757 32 0. Depreciation 47 937 1 1 222 190 5 0,Debt Service,Other Transfers.
Total Transfers 47 937 1 1 222 190 5 0,Net Income 1 136 843 26 1 1 200 567 27 0. 1 Includes a distribution of Interest Income, 2 Includes a distribution of Administrative Expense. TATE CENTER FOOD SERVICES,FINANCIAL SUMMARY,FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 2003. FY2003 FY2002,YEAR TO PERCENT OF YEAR TO PERCENT OF. DATE REVENUE DATE REVENUE,Revenue 1 784 774 100 0 774 069 100 0.
Cost of Sales 330 488 42 1 286 171 37 0,Gross Profit 454 287 57 9 487 898 63 0. Operating Expenses,Personal Services 2 716 439 91 3 672 030 86 8. Direct Expenses 2 431 745 55 0 408 639 52 8,Indirect Expenses 2 77 273 9 8 56 186 7 3. Total Operating Expenses 1 225 457 156 2 1 136 855 146 9. Net Operating Income 771 171 98 3 648 957 83 8,Depreciation 69 116 8 8 38 703 5 0. Debt Service,Other Transfers,Total Transfers 69 116 8 8 38 703 5 0.
Net Income 840 287 107 1 687 660 88 8,1 Includes a distribution of interest income. 2 Includes a distribution of administrative expense. MCWHORTER DINING HALL,FINANCIAL SUMMARY,FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 2003. FY2003 FY2002,YEAR TO PERCENT OF YEAR TO PERCENT OF. DATE REVENUE DATE REVENUE,Revenue 1 722 991 100 0 612 262 100 0. Cost of Sales 233 551 32 3 194 966 31 8,Gross Profit 489 440 67 7 417 296 68 2.
Operating Expenses,Personal Services 2 388 486 53 7 267 457 43 7. Direct Expenses 2 47 023 6 5 102 027 16 7,Indirect Expenses 2 26 161 3 6 33 549 5 5. Total Operating Expenses 461 671 63 9 403 033 65 8. Net Operating Income 27 769 3 8 14 263 2 3,Depreciation 594 0 1 30 613 5 0. Debt Service,Other Transfers,Total Transfers 594 0 1 30 613 5 0. Net Income 27 175 3 8 16 350 2 7,1 Includes a distribution of interest income.
2 Includes a distribution of administrative expense. FOOD SERVICE CATERING,FINANCIAL SUMMARY,FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 2003. FY2003 FY2002,YEAR TO PERCENT OF YEAR TO PERCENT OF. DATE REVENUE DATE REVENUE,Revenue 1 443 338 100 0 483 484 100 0. Cost of Sales 131 719 29 7 174 058 36 0,Gross Profit 311 619 70 3 309 426 64 0. Operating Expenses,Personal Services 2 274 639 61 9 241 658 50 0.
Direct Expenses 2 71 489 16 1 129 409 26 8,Indirect Expenses 2 5 817 1 3 2 331 0 5. Total Operating Expenses 351 945 79 4 373 398 77 2. Net Operating Income 40 325 9 1 63 971 13 2,Depreciation 4 394 1 0 24 174 5 0. Debt Service,Other Transfers,Total Transfers 4 394 1 0 24 174 5 0. Net Income 44 719 10 1 88 146 18 2,1 Includes a distribution of interest income. 2 Includes a distribution of administrative expense. FOOD SERVICE SATELLITE OPERATIONS,FINANCIAL SUMMARY.
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 2003,FY2003 FY2002. YEAR TO PERCENT OF YEAR TO PERCENT OF,DATE REVENUE DATE REVENUE. Revenue 1 999 643 100 0 1 076 771 100 0,Cost of Sales 487 157 48 7 496 112 46 1. Gross Profit 512 486 51 3 580 659 53 9,Operating Expenses. Personal Services 2 582 269 58 2 468 225 43 5,Direct Expenses 2 106 468 10 7 202 801 18 8.
Indirect Expenses 2 13 767 1 4 30 670 2 8, Total Operating Expenses 702 504 70 3 701 696 65 2. Net Operating Income 190 018 19 0 121 037 11 2,Depreciation 5 535 0 6 53 839 5 0. Debt Service,Other Transfers,Total Transfers 5 535 0 6 53 839 5 0. Net Income 195 552 19 6 174 876 16 2,1 Includes a distribution of interest income. 2 Includes a distribution of administrative expense. MEMORIAL HALL FACULTY CENTER,FINANCIAL SUMMARY,FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 2003.
FY2003 FY2002,YEAR TO PERCENT OF YEAR TO PERCENT OF. DATE REVENUE DATE REVENUE,Revenue 1 110 848 100 0 143 650 100 0. Cost of Sales 37 455 33 8 59 628 41 5,Gross Profit 73 393 66 2 84 022 58 5. Operating Expenses,Personal Services 2 98 718 89 1 113 479 79 0. Direct Expenses 12 173 11 0 35 235 24 5,Indirect Expenses 3 539 3 2 2 105 1 5.
Total Operating Expenses 114 431 103 2 150 820 105 0. Net Operating Income 41 037 37 0 66 798 46 5,Depreciation 0 0 7 183 5 0. Debt Service,Other Transfers,Total Transfers 0 0 7 183 5 0. Net Income 41 037 37 0 73 980 51 5,1 Includes a distribution of interest income. 2 Includes a distribution of administrative expense. FOOD SERVICES CHICK FIL A,FINANCIAL SUMMARY,FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 2003. FY2003 FY2002,YEAR TO PERCENT OF YEAR TO PERCENT OF.
DATE REVENUE DATE REVENUE,Revenue 1 453 398 100 0 0 0. Cost of Sales 148 549 32 8 0 0,Gross Profit 304 849 67 2 0 0. Operating Expenses,Personal Services 2 153 673 33 9 0 0. Direct Expenses 2 118 311 26 1 0 0,Indirect Expenses 2 1 677 0 4 0 0. Total Operating Expenses 273 661 60 4 0 0,Net Operating Income 31 188 6 9 0 0.
Depreciation 0 0 0 0,Debt Service,Other Transfers,Total Transfers 0 0. Net Income 31 188 6 9 0 0,1 Includes a distribution of interest income. 2 Includes a distribution of administrative expense. AUXILIARY SERVICES FOOD SERVICES Summary of Major Accomplishments The Food Service Department is continually recognized nationally for the success of its totally voluntary meal plan program Fiscal Year 2003 was no exception and closed as a record breaking year for the Department The National Association of College and University Food Services again recognized the Department with the first

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