- All faculty and staff permits, regardless of the date of issue,
expire annually on September 30. Faculty and staff vehicles must
be registered by October 1 annually.
- Faculty/staff parking permits are hang tags that are hung from the rearview mirror.
- If you have a motorcycle, a motorcycle sticker is required. If you have a faculty/staff permit, this sticker is issued at no charge.
- Standard faculty/staff parking permits:
- Faculty/staff members who have a standard parking permit may park in designated faculty/staff surface parking lots only. They may NOT park in the parking deck.
- Permanent employees and part-time faculty with a standard parking permit receive gate access to surface lots (but not to the parking deck). Temporary staff do not receive gate access when they purchase a standard parking permit.
- Deck parking permits:
- Faculty/staff may park in the parking deck only with a valid deck parking permit.
- Faculty/staff with a valid deck parking permit may park in the deck as well as any other faculty/staff parking lots.
- For additional information concerning parking at the deck, please see the parking deck web page.
- Faculty/staff gated parking lots:
- Gate mechanisms are operated by technology which detects that a vehicle is present.
- Cardholders simply wave their UNCW One Card in front of the large HID reader.
- The gate will automatically raise once the system confirms access privilege.
- Parkers will not need to wave their UNCW One Card at the exit; the equipment will detect the vehicle and raise the gate.
- Gated lot access is provided to all permanent faculty and staff members with valid parking permits. 30 day temporary permits do not allow gate access.
- Only faculty/staff members who have paid for parking deck privileges can use their card for deck gate access, and they also receive gated lot access to surface parking lots..
- Faculty/staff may not use their UNCW One Card to allow visitors or students to enter gated lots. Please contact Parking and Transportation Services for visitor accommodations.
- If you have any difficulties with your gate access privilege, please contact Parking and Transportation Services at 910-962-3178 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Faculty/staff can now use the gray convenience meters but they must be paid whether they have a valid permit or not.
- Parking spaces for faculty and staff are outlined by yellow lines.
- Faculty/staff may park in white-lined spaces when designated employee spaces are unavailable.
- All other rules such as service vehicle parking, handicapped, 24-hour reserved, and fire lanes must be observed at all times.
- All new employees must register their vehicle within 48 hours after beginning work.
- A free temporary parking permit is provided during the first 30 days of employment.
- If employment is longer than 30 days, a temporary employee may purchase a temporary permit for $10 a week or may purchase a permit at the part-time staff rate of $45.
Things you NEED to KNOW
- Placement of permits:
- Permits for vehicles must be hung from the rearview mirror and be visible from outside of the vehicle.
- Stickers for motorcycles must be affixed to the forkin a place where it does not interfere with the operation of the fork or in a lockable hanger.
- Parking regulations and permit enforcement is twenty-four (24) hours per day – every day.
- Lack of convenient parking is not a valid excuse for a violation!
- If you have a change in any vehicle information (such as license plate number, license plate state, vehicle make, vehicle model, vehicle color, insurance name and/or policy number), contact Parking & Transportation Services immediately to update your vehicle/license plate information or to obtain a replacement permit. Current vehicle information is required and may result in a citation if it is not accurate.
- Stolen permits must be reported to the Parking Office immediately. Replacements will be issued at Parking & Transportation Services during normal business hours.
- Lost and stolen permits may be replaced with an affidavit of loss thru the Parking Office..
- Disabled vehicles must be reported to University Police in person or by phone.
- If you receive a ticket and have a valid appeal with documentation, you may appeal within seven calendar days. Written appeals to the Parking Appeals Committee are filed with Parking & Transportation Services. ALL DECISIONS OF THE PARKING APPEALS COMMITTEE ARE FINAL.
- Sitting in your car waiting for a parking space is called Queuing and is a $25 violation.