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NEW! Reading Day and Final Exam Parking Information

MAY 2, 2019 - Parking and Transportation Services wishes everyone success on their final exams. We want to help reduce your stress by sharing important information regarding parking on campus: 

  • Commuter Zone 1 (magenta) Commuter Zone 2 (blue) Commuter Zone 3 (Red) permit holders must park in their designated zones prior to 5 p.m.
  • Residential permit holders including parking deck permit holders must park in their assigned residential zone prior to 5 p.m. 
  • Night/Weekend permit holders may park at Greene Track prior to 5 p.m.

You must have a valid parking permit or purchase a permit to park on campus.

Students cannot park in faculty/staff spaces (yellow lines), service vehicle spaces (teal lines), visitor spaces (teal lines), gated lots, or reserved spaces prior to 5 p.m. 

Contact parking@uncw.edu or 910.962.3178 with any questions!


Residential Parking Zone Permit

Residential Student Parking Zone Beginning Fall 2019 

APRIL 1, 2019 - We are excited to announce one Residential Parking Zone beginning in the Fall 2019! We no longer constrain resident parking into three different zones, and converted to a more inclusive, easier to navigate parking process for our students living on campus. The new Residential Parking Permit will allow parking in ANY lot within ONE large Residential Zone, ensuring that all resident students with a permit have a place to park on campus. 

One Residential Parking Zone makes the rules, regulations and process of residential parking easier to understand and navigate - just ONE zone for weekday parking - no more confusion! After 5 p.m. and on weekends, residents will continue to have the option to park in commuter zones and select faculty/staff lots (see night and weekend map) for late-night study sessions, meetings, gatherings or as needed!

Remember - A Residential Parking Permit never guarantees that a parking space is available directly outside of your dorm or apartment. With approximately 3,700 students living on campus, the ability for everyone to park right by the door of their residence is impossible. However, we are happy that we are able to provide permit holders a place to park within one campus residential zone. 

Contact parking@uncw.edu or 910.962.3178 with any questions!


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Student Parking Permit Registration for 2019-2020 Now Open! 

APRIL 1, 2019 - Online registration for student parking permits begins today! Students must register for classes before they can register for a parking permit.

Permits are assigned on a "first come, first served" basis based upon time of registration, with no advantage by class standing (i.e. Senior, Junior, Sophomore, Freshman). Permits are zone-based, consisting of many lots (either residential or commuter), not one specific parking lot. See permit registration and parking zones for more information. 

Contact parking@uncw.edu or 910.962.3178 with any questions!


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Campus Construction Parking Impacts

Important information regarding parking impacts related to construction on campus will be posted on this website as information is made available.

Contact parking@uncw.edu or 910.962.3178 with any questions.