Any student who wishes to park a motor vehicle on property owned or leased by the University must purchase a parking permit.
Traffic Office hours are Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Letters on your parking permit indicate your assigned parking areas. Any vehicle parking in any other space is in violation of Campus parking regulations.
Any vehicle parked in any traveled portion of a street or parking lot, the visitors' lot, in a fire lane, handicap space, maintenance space, grass/sidewalk area tram path, or at a fire hydrant may be towed away, without notification, at the owner's expense. Students are not visitors; students do not park in the visitor lot.
Fire lanes may or may not be marked; however, any vehicle parked along a curb or parked in the travel portion of a street or a parking lot will be considered, "Parking in a Fire Lane" and may be ticketed and/or towed.
Disabled vehicles must be reported to the Office of Safety & Security either in person or by phone (notes are not acceptable).
To legally park in a Handicap space, a vehicle must display one of the following: a handicap license plate, a Disabled Veteran license plate, a placard issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles, or a temporary handicap parking permit issued by the Traffic Office at Campus Safety & Police.Temporary Handicap permits require a doctor's note, before they are issued by the University.
20-minute parking spaces on campus are for Registered Vehicles ONLY with a valid parking permit.
LEV spaces are for vehicles with LEV permits ONLY. LEV spaces in Faculty/Staff parking lots are for Faculty/Staff ONLY with LEV permits.
Lack of convenient space is not a valid excuse for violation of the University's parking policy.
At any time, the University may tow a vehicle that is found in a violation of campus parking regulations at the owner's expense.
Towing Enforced in Faculty/Staff parking lots, Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m., year round.
All North Carolina state laws apply to the campus.
Any questions regarding parking rules and regulations, please contact Campus Safety & Police at (336)278-5555.