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.
Good Friday Parking Plan
Because of the Good Friday holiday, parking on campus for Friday, April 18, 2014 will be as if it is a weekend.
After 5pm on Thursday (if your permit is to park off-campus) you can bring your WFU registered car on campus and park in general lots.
If you are not registered, then you will subject to citations for failing to register your vehicle, if you park on WFU owned property.
f you are packing to travel, please follow the parking regulations for loading/packing, because we will be enforcing areas for violations of permits, illegally parking in spaces and lots.
The policy for loading/unloading is in the Parking Rules and Regulations:
Shuttle:: Follow the link above to view the schedule for the holiday weekend.
Monday, April 21, 2014 @ 8am, your vehicle must be back in the location in which your permits allow you to park. The shuttle for freshman/UCC lot will begin at 2pm on Sunday, April 20, 2014. The Gray Line night schedule will remain the same all weekend, going to the sophomore lot and other campus locations.
Have a safe and enjoyable break!
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