Student Parking Lot?
Students park in their residential areas. Anytime after 4 p.m., they are allowed to park anywhere (within the white-lined, student spaces) around campus, such as the Fisher Student Center lot, parking for Randall Library, and at Trask Coliseum. There are designated commuter lots for off-campus students who drive to campus.
Freshmen Allowed to Park?
There are parking lots outside of each residence hall.
Approximate Parking Permit Cost
Annual fees for parking on campus are around $300, but vary depending on type of pass (residential, part-time student, commuter, etc.).
Common Parking Tickets
- Parking during restricted 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. time (on-campus students): $25
- Parking out of zone: $25
- Parking on campus without a UNCW parking decal: $50
Best Places to Find a Spot
- Parking lots by Trask Coliseum
- Parking Deck
- Residential lots
Good Luck Getting a Spot Here
- Fisher Student Center lot during early evening hours
- Randall Library parking lot during exam times
Getting a Parking Permit
It's very simple to get a parking permit. A student can go to the Warwick Center on campus and visit Parking Services to get a permit. Or, via My Seaport, students can sign up for a pass online and then pick it up in Warwick. License plate number, vehicle make, and insurance information are required at registration. Billing for the purchase of a permit goes to the student's UNCW account, so a student doesn't have to pay right then at registration.