Chartwells, Food Services
We are the place where hungry minds gather.
From big school districts to university campuses and small independent schools, Chartwells’ experience in educational dining service makes it a valuable partner for UWF. It offers a range of innovative, nutritious dining options for the campus community, combining the value and resources of a global foodservices network with the on-site expertise of local managers.
To contact Chartwells, please call the Office Manager at 850.474.3233 or the Regional District Manager at 850.857.6095. For additional information, please visit the Chartwells UWF website or corporate website. See a list of Chartwells locations on campus.
What is Chartwells responsible for on campus?
As a component of this partnership, Chartwells is responsible for operating and managing its services on campus with appropriate, quality merchandise at reasonable prices.
How does UWF benefit from this venture?
The partnership between UWF BEI and Chartwells includes an agreement that surplus revenue from the Dining Services Assigned Function may be utilized by BEI in activities supporting operations. The agreement enables BEI to retain funds needed for future projects and programs consistent with BEI’s goals and the strategic priorities in support of the University’s mission as approved by the BEI Board of Directors.
Specifically, how do UWF students benefit from the partnership with Chartwells?
Chartwells’ experience in educational dining service makes it a valuable partner for UWF. It offers a range of innovative, nutritious dining options for the campus community, combining the value and resources of a global food services network with the on-site expertise of local managers.
What food services are available on campus through Chartwells?
Chartwells operates a variety of food services across campus. A full listing of all locations can be found online: https://www.dineoncampus.com/uwf/where-to-eat
How much has Chartwells contributed in terms of investments?
Chartwells invested more than $670,000 for improvements to the Nautilus Market in Summer 2015. This included new tables and chairs, new flooring, new ceiling tiles and other aesthetic improvements.