UNCW Student Parking Zones

Commuter Student Parking

Commuter Parking Zone Options

Zone
Zone/
Permit
Color
Where Can I Park?
(Student parking spaces are outlined by white lines.)
Map

Commuter Parking Zone 1 - Magenta

Commuter Parking Zone 1 (main campus)

 

Magenta

Parking lots C, D, H, I, S and spaces on Riegel Road

Zone 1 lots are Magenta in color on the student parking zone map.

Commuter zone 2

Commuter Parking Zone 2
(main campus)

 

Dark Blue

Parking lots K, K extension and spaces on Hamilton Drive

Zone 2 lots are Dark Blue in color on the student parking zone map.

Park and Ride College  Zone 3

Park and Ride College
Zone 3

 

Cherry

Park and Ride College is an off-campus lot across College Road at intersections of Hurst, Hoggard, and St. James Drives and requires the use of shuttle buses to and from campus.

May also park on campus in non-gated faculty/staff or commuter student lots on weekends and between 4 p.m. and 7 a.m. Monday - Friday, unless the lot is otherwise reserved. (See Student Night and Weekend Parking Map.)

The Park and Ride College lot is Cherry in color on the student parking zone map.

Park and Ride Zone 5 - MacMillan

Park and Ride MacMillan - Zone 4

 

Lavender

 

 

Park and Ride MacMillan is located on MacMillan Avenue near Isaac Bear Early College High School and requires the use of shuttle buses to and from the main campus area.

May also park on campus in non-gated faculty/staff or commuter student lots on weekends and between 4 p.m. and 7 a.m. Monday - Friday, unless the lot is otherwise reserved. (See Student Night and Weekend Parking Map.)

The Park and Ride MacMillan lot is Lavender in color on the student parking zone map.

  Nighttime Orange

May park on campus in non-gated faculty/staff or commuter student lots on weekends and between 4 p.m. and 7 a.m. Monday - Friday, unless the lot is otherwise reserved. (See Student Night and Weekend Parking Map.)

Handicap Parking

Handicap Parking

 

Olive

Parking spaces for persons with disabilities are outlined by blue lines and identified by appropriate signs.

Faculty/staff or students with short-term or permanent disabilities who will have a vehicle on campus must apply for a handicapped parking permit to park in an accessible space. Even if you have a state-issued handicapped parking placard, you need to obtain a UNCW handicapped permit. More info.

One-mile Radius Rule

UNCW One-Mile Radius Map

Nighttime Commuter Students

Things you NEED to KNOW


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