Meet the Staff: Scott Jayne

by Julia Kelb | Jan 13, 2017

Scott JayneScott Jayne, food services director and general manager, has been working for Aramark for 25 years. Jayne oversees the dining program, and he is responsible for various aspects of dining services including marketing, budgeting, and safety. For Jayne, the most important job is making sure students, staff, faculty, and other customers have an overall positive dining experience on campus.   

Jayne is currently working on projects for the Center for Student Success in Life, Learning, and Leadership (S2L3). The center will include a new kitchen and service area that will elevate customers’ dining experiences. Outside of work, Jayne can be found spending time with his wife, Amber, and his three kids; Ava, Jackson, and Kellan.

Q&A with Scott Jayne

Q: Are you originally from the Indianapolis area?

A: No, I’m originally from Michigan.

Q: What brought you to Marian University?

A: Opportunity, location, and growth. I was the general manager for a K-12 district in central Michigan, and I wanted to come back to higher education. We were looking to relocate closer to my wife’s family in Lafayette. The district manager drove me through campus, and I was sold.

Q: What is your favorite part of working at Marian?

A: The campus size. I get to experience growth and change, and students know you by name. 

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