Resident Student Parking
- Student Parking Zone Map (printable PDF)
- Student Night and Weekend Parking Map (printable PDF)
- Parking Brochure (printable PDF)
Resident Parking Zones 2012
Campus Housing Assignment
Where Can I Park?
Resident Zone Blue
|Light Blue||Schwartz Hall and University Suites||Parking lots EE, GG and the parking spaces on the Suite Service Loop.|
Resident Zone Black
||Belk Hall, Galloway Hall, Graham Hall or Hewlett Hall, University Apartments||Parking lots J, L, O, O extension and P|
Resident Zone Brown
|Brown||Seahawk Village and Seahawk Landing Apartments, Cornerstone Hall, Honors House and International House||
SS lot at Seahawk Village and Seahawk Landing Apartments, lots HH and II.
After 4 p.m. until 9 a.m.on Monday-Friday and anytime on weekends, you may also park in the Park and Ride portion of Lot SS (which is designated by white lines, with the tip of the lines painted green).
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.
- Resident students are assigned permits by zones based upon their campus housing assignment. Resident lots/zones are designated by permit color (Blue, Black, Brown and Gold). The color of your permit indicates your designated zone. Resident students may not park in another residential zone at any time.
- Resident students may park in non-gated faculty/staff or commuter zones between the hours of 4 p.m. to 7 a.m. Monday-Friday and on weekends only, unless the lot is otherwise reserved. (See Student Night and Weekend Parking Map.)
- Commuter students and visitors are not allowed to park in resident lots at any time.
- Visitors of resident students must park in visitor lots, metered spaces or the visitor area of the parking deck.
- All other rules such as service vehicle parking, handicapped, 24-hour
reserved, fire lanes must be observed at all times.
Note: Enforcement for parking permits will resume 48 hours after classes begin for the semester/term.
Things you NEED to KNOW
- Parking permits must be affixed and clearly
visible on the outside bottom left rear windshield or left
rear bumper. Permits on motorcycles must be affixed to the fork or displayed in a lockable hanger.
- Parking regulations and permit enforcement is 24 hours a 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 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.
- Disabled vehicles must be reported to UNCW Police in person or by phone, 910-962-2222.
- 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 the Parking & Transportation Services. ALL DECISIONS OF THE PARKING APPEALS COMMITTEE ARE FINAL.
- Commuter students and visitors are not allowed to park in resident
lots at any time.