Faculty/Staff Parking Permit Registration
Important Registration Information
|Contractors, vendors and participants:|
- How Do I Register for Parking?
- Display of Permits
- Replacement of Permits
- Expiration of Permits
- Vehicle Registration Restrictions
- Multi-Vehicle / Single-Driver Registration
- Things You Need to Know
Permanent faculty and staff members:
All faculty and staff must register each year to obtain a new parking permit for the academic year. All 2012-2013 Faculty/Staff parking permits expire on September 30, 2013, along with all gate access. University regulations require that all faculty/staff members parking a vehicle on campus must display a valid parking permit.
Online registration is available for permanent faculty and staff beginning Tuesday, September 3rd until Tuesday, September 17th. Easy instructions are provided under the heading “How do I register online for my parking permit?”. Employees who miss the September 17th deadline will need to visit the Parking & Transportation Services Office in the Warwick Center to register. To make the process easier and faster, employees may complete the Vehicle Registration form and bring it to the Parking & Transportation Office, or fax the completed form to 910-962-3618, or scan and email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only permanent faculty and staff members are eligible for payroll deduction. Faculty and staff opting to utilize Payroll Deduction for their parking permits receive a pre-tax savings benefit! If you do not renew your permit and you are enrolled in the payroll deduction program, your payroll deduction will stop in your October 2013 paycheck.
How do I register online for my parking permit?
Parking permits for permanent faculty/staff are purchased via U-Business. When registering for your parking permit, you will need the following information: vehicle make, model and color; license plate/tag number and state
- Go to U-Business
(Note: If you receive a message requesting you to allow pop-up windows for this application, follow the instructions provided.)
- At the U-Business login, type your UNCW email username and password.
- Select Login
- Select Faculty/Staff Parking Registration
- You're there!
- Registration instructions for regular license plates:
- Registration instructions for vanity or special state license plates:
When registering online, put the entire tag identifier (In this case, it is 0100ST)
When registering online, do not put in the hyphen.
If you are unable to use the online system or have any questions, please contact Parking & Transportation Services at email@example.com or phone (910) 962-3178.
If you are interested in parking at the parking deck located at the intersection of Reynolds and Cahill Drives, you may indicate this preference when you register. This privilege allows you to park in the deck as well as any faculty/staff lots (including gated lots). Faculty/staff members who do not select the parking deck may only park in designated faculty/staff parking lots (including gated lots). Access to gated lots and the parking deck, for those with that privilege, is applied to the permit holder’s UNCW One Card.
Temporary staff and part-time faculty:
- Part time faculty and SPA temporary staff will need to come to Parking and Transportation Services to register for a parking permit.Office hours for the Parking & Transportation Services office in the Warwick Center are Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
- Part time faculty and SPA temporary staff who want to purchase an annual permit now have a reduced annual permit rate of $45 and it requires payment at the time of permit purchase via cash, check, or credit card.
- Part time faculty receive gate access via their UNCW One Card.
Employees who have handicap placards or license plates:
- You may email placard/license information to firstname.lastname@example.org for a UNCW handicap permit.
Employees who have a motorcycle:
- You will need a separate motorcycle permit, which will be issued at no cost as long as you have a valid parking permit. Please contact Parking and Transportation Services to obtain one.
Employees eligible for reserved parking:
- Parking and Transportation Services will contact you directly to handle your renewal.
- Faculty/staff parking permits are hang tags that are hung from the rearview mirror.
- Motorcycle permit stickers must be affixed to the fork or in a lockable hanger.
- Permits are non-transferable. Replacement permits may be obtained from Parking & Transportation Services during normal business hours.
- If a permit is defaced or removed, the registrant is responsible for replacing the permit.
- Stolen permits must be reported to UNCW Police immediately. A police report is required to obtain a replacement permit. Replacements will be issued at Parking & Transportation Services during normal business hours.
- Lost permits may be replaced with an affidavit of loss.
- If your car is in an accident, you can get a new permit at no extra charge. You must turn in the old permit from the wrecked car. If you do not have the old permit, you must present the current registration for the vehicle or bill of sale for the new car.
- 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.
- Parking permits must be removed from registered vehicles and returned to Parking & Transportation Services upon leaving university employment, except for retirement.
All permits will expire as designated on the permit. All faculty and staff permits, regardless of the date of issue, will expire annually on September 30.
A. Faculty/staff members registering more than two
vehicles will need to go to Parking & Transportation Services to
register. Only one vehicle, registered to the same person, may be parked
on campus at a time. (See multi-vehicle registration
B. The individual in whose name the vehicle is registered is responsible for all parking tickets issued to that vehicle.
When more than one vehicle will be used by an individual faculty, staff or student for commuting purposes, the following conditions apply:
1. All vehicles must be registered with Parking & Transportation
2. Only one vehicle, registered to the same person, may be on campus at any time.
3. The permit issued must be displayed on the vehicle being parked on campus.
4. Violation of this policy will result in suspension of this privilege, a citation and fine.
Faculty and staff interested in the carpool program will need to come to Parking and Transportation Services to register for a parking permit. In order to qualify for reduced rates for carpooling, a minimum of two (2) persons who have registered vehicles on campus must submit a Carpool Registration form to Parking & Transportation Services. To learn more about our carpooling program, see the faculty/staff carpooling rules and regulations on our website.
If you would like to learn about vanpools or other alternate modes of transportation, please email Parking and Transportation at email@example.com with details about the mode you are interested in, and information will be sent to you.
- All parking on campus is by permit only. All vehicles parked on university property must be registered, display a valid UNCW parking permit, and park only in areas authorized by the permit classification.
- All faculty, staff and students displaying a state-issued handicap placard must be properly registered with the parking office.
- UNCW enforces its parking regulations with ticketing, booting, and towing.
- Rules regarding service vehicles, fire lanes, loading zones, 24-hour reserved, handicap and visitor spaces must be observed at all times.
- 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!
- 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 in Parking & Transportation Services. ALL DECISIONS OF THE PARKING APPEALS COMMITTEE ARE FINAL.
- Faculty/staff with parking permits cannot park at parking meters.
If you have any questions concerning the registration process or need additional information about parking on campus, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (910) 962-3178.