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Parking & Transportation

NEW! Parking Lot E (adjacent to FSC, Warwick Center) CLOSED July 2

JULY 2, 2020 – The largest portion of parking lot E (adjacent to Fisher Student Cener, Warwick Center and DePalo Hall) will be CLOSED July 2 for lot painting/maintaince. Portions of lot I (adjacent to the Cultural Arts Building) and portions of the Central Deck will be closed off for painting as well.

Faculty and Staff may park in any other lot with a white or yellow-lined space.

Contact parking@uncw.edu with any questions.

Parking & Transportation

NEW! Office Hours Beginning June 26

JUNE 26, 2020 – The Parking & Transportation Office will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. until further notice. 

Contact parking@uncw.edu with any questions. 

Parking & Transportation

Student Parking Permit Registration for 2020-2021 Now Open! 

June 15, 2020 - Online registration for student parking permits is open! 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 with any questions!

Parking & Transportation

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.