Although Berry has increased parking spaces around campus, parking still tends to be a sore spot for some students. Depending on the area where you live, it is not uncommon to drive around a parking lot two to three times in search of a decent parking space. When you get a good one and leave, don't expect it to be there when you return, which is why many students walk to class.
The least desired parking area would have to be at the Ford Complex, where students refer to the three parking lots as "Heaven," "Hell," and "Purgatory." Morgan/Deerfield has its own problems, as well, because the parking lot is shared with the neighboring townhouses. However, the parking lot is well-lit, which makes late-night walks back to dorms more manageable and safe for students. Overall, parking could improve, but students quickly adjust to it as the semester goes on.