Employee, Temporary Employee, Concessionaire , Regular Visitor, Volunteer, or Others Who Need to Park on Campus
Some Permits Are Not Available Online. Employees, temporary employees, concessionaires or any persons who may be a regularly coming to campus for any reason must go to the Parking and Transportation office in Alumni Hall, between 830am and 430pm, Monday-Friday, to register their vehicles. You must present your WFUID (if applicable) to get a permit and you must bring your vehicle information as well. (License plate number, state, make, model and year)
Once you get the parking permits or hanger, you should immediately place the item on your vehicle as instructed; Waiting to place your permits can result in citations.
Employees and concessionaires are not considered visitors, so please do not park in visitor spaces just because you do not have a permit on your car. Park in the areas where you are authorized to park as an employee or concessionaire, until you get the permits on the car. If you have a different car for a short time, you must register that car with temporary permits from the Parking and Transportation Office within 24 hours of bringing the car to campus. If you come to campus more than 1-2 times a year, you must register with our office. We will issue permits to register you to park. They are currently no charge.
2014 Spring Break Parking Instructions for Students
Spring Break 2014 Parking Information
If you do not live in WFU off-campus housing, you must leave your vehicle at your resident location (house or apartment).
•If you park on-campus (RS permit) and will be leaving your vehicle during break, you will be required to park in student/general lots only.
•If you have an off-campus parking permit (SP permit) you can park your vehicle on-campus during spring break in student/general lots only. Do not bring your vehicle on campus to park for break until you are physically leaving campus for the week of March 10.
*Vehicles with an off-campus parking permit must be returned to off-campus parking lots by Monday, March 17, 2014 @ 8:00am.
• If you have an off-campus parking permit (SO permit) for the sophomore parking lot or overflow permit (SP), you can park your vehicle on-campus during spring break in student/general lots only. Do not bring your vehicle on campus to park for break until you are physically leaving campus during the week of March 10.
*Vehicles must be returned to the off-campus sophomore and overflow parking lots by Monday, March 17, 2014 @ 8:00am.
• Shuttle service to the sophomore lot will continue to operate until Friday night, March 7 until 12:00 a.m. Shuttle service will resume Sunday, March 16 at 12:00 p.m.
• Freshman students leaving their vehicle during spring break can relocate their vehicle from the UCC student lot to on-campus and must park in lot J. Vehicles can be brought on-campus on Friday, March 7 after 5:00 p.m., however; do not bring your vehicle on campus to park for break until you are physically leaving campus. If you need to relocate your vehicle on-campus prior to Friday, March 7, please contact the Parking and Transportation Office at 336-758-PARK.
* Vehicles must be relocated from campus to the UCC student lot by Monday, March 17, 2014 by 8:00 a.m.
• Shuttle service to/from the UCC student parking lot and campus will operate on a regular schedule until Friday, March 7 at 10:00 p.m.
• Shuttle service to/from campus to the UCC student lot will resume on Sunday, March 16, 2014 at 12:00 p.m.
Frequenting Campus during Break / Students Living Off-Campus:
• Beginning Friday, March 7 at 5:00pm, all commuter students with OC or SP permits (including students who ride the Gold and Black Lines) with a registered student vehicle that will be frequenting campus to work, study, etc., during spring break, can park their vehicle in student/general lots for the duration of time needed to do so. Do not park in Faculty/Staff lots, Visitor or Reserved Spaces.
* Vehicles with an off-campus parking permit must be returned to off-campus parking lots by Monday, March 17, 2014 @ 8:00am.
• Gold and Black Line service will resume on Monday, March 17, 2014.
Loading/Packing Your Vehicle:
If you are driving home and need to load your vehicle, you must follow these directions:
• Pack your items prior to parking your vehicle to load.
• Legally park in a parking space, use your headlights and emergency blinkers while loading your vehicle.
• Cars parked more than one hour will be ticketed. Do not park in fire lanes, handicapped or other reserved spaces or you will be ticketed or towed.
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