College Freshman 2013-11-11T20:12:13Z
There are not many place to park if you are an on-capus resident, most of the parking that is relatively close to the classes are for commuters.
College Senior 2012-08-29T20:51:00Z
On-Campus Cars – All of the students are allowed to have cars on campus. For that reason, we do not have much transportation provided. The transportation that is takes students to and from the local stores, to the airport, or to the bus station. It is well advertised and known about.
College Senior 2012-06-12T23:45:30Z
Parking on campus is first come first served.If you come early there are plenty of spots.You can park in plenty of free spots. Even though there are different parking spots that are reserved for faculty members,commuters, residents, and faculty members; there is a better chance parking spots can get filled up easily by the university residents and staff members.The best part of parking at the university of the Cumberlands is on the weekends.It is free because the majority students go home to visit their family.
College Junior 2011-12-14T04:38:14Z
There's definitely not enough parking near the dorms. Nobody really drives to classes except for teachers.
Recent Alumnus 2010-06-02T04:22:47Z
Parking at the University can get pretty ridiculous at times. When the overflow of residents need somwhere to park, the commuter lots are almost empty. But, when residents try to park there, they get a ticket. Where are they supposed to park? Residents are the ones paying the $7,000 extra dollars to attend the university, so why leave them with next to nothing parking?
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