The Office of Auxiliary Services provides valuable services to the Dillard University community and our Greater New Orleans neighbors and beyond. We are proud to serve you, from feeding the campus community to ensuring that your receive your mail to hosting events at the “Jewel of Gentilly.”
The Conference Services and Special Events at Dillard team aims to provide superior quality meeting, dining and recreational services to meet the needs of small and large groups for educational, business, professional development or community service meetings, and events.
For information on spaces available for rental and booking rates, contact Michelle N. Matthew, Auxiliary Services Manager, at 504.816.4259 or email@example.com.
Dillard’s Campus Bookstore is your premier destination for books, school supplies, licensed Bleu Devil merchandise and Greek paraphernaila. Conveniently located in Henson Hall, the bookstore is where you can enjoy exclusive deals on supplies and merchandise.
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
2601 Gentilly Boulevard
New Orleans, LA 70122-3043
Bookstore Manager: Lucy Green
The ID Card Office serves the campus community one “swipe” at a time. The primary goal of the office is to deliver and expand a diverse range of card related services, including but not limited to, access and identification on and around campus.
Your Dillard University ID Card has several features that are implemented exclusively on campus, such as access to dining plans, entry to residence halls and the recreation center, documenting class attendance and much more!
Contact: LaDrienna Howze, ID Card Administrator
The Campus Post Office is responsible for sorting, distribution and collection of all intra-campus mail as well as the processing of inbound and outbound official University mail via package tracking systems.
The post office facilitates all of the University’s campus mailing needs. The Campus Post Office is located in Kearny Hall.
Campus Post Office Supervisor: Isaiah Farrior, 504-816-4739 or firstname.lastname@example.org
It is no secret that New Orleans is one of America’s most exciting and culturally rich cities. Dillard is proud to call New Orleans home.
Not only do Dillard students enjoy delicious New Orleans culture and cuisine, some of which is available on campus, but they have access to great career opportunities in New Orleans.
New Orleans is 1 of the 10 “Most Excellent Cities in the World.”
Louisiana is #1 in the U.S. for the “Best Opportunities for Software Engineers.”
New Orleans is #3 in America for the city with the youngest entrepreneurs.
Greater New Orleans ranks #4 as the most entrepreneurial metropolitan area in the U.S.
New Orleans is #7 in the U.S. for tech growth.
The New Orleans Louis Armstrong International Airport ranks #5 as one of the fastest growing airports in the U.S.
Source: Greater New Orleans, Inc.
New Orleans is regarded by some as America’s “most African city” which makes the marriage between Dillard and NOLA magical. By studying at Dillard, students get their fill of intellectual capital while also getting a nice helping of authentic cultural capital.
For example, students can also get a glimpse of the city’s African roots on campus through the Ray Charles Program in African American Material Culture.
Film studies majors can gain access to the area’s thriving “Hollywood South” scene while other Dillard students can enjoy the city’s arts, entertainment and literary scene.
We even get to enjoy the occasional New Orleans “Second Line” on campus.
The use and management of all University fleet vehicles is coordinated through the Office of Auxiliary Services. Our staff implements operational and service standards, responding to routine and escalated customer service inquiries, and coordinating use of campus fleet vehicles, including the Dillard Shuttle.
Fleet Supervisor/Shuttle Driver: Phyllis Fortuné, 504.816.4531 or email@example.com.