Parking Services provides accessible parking and transportation options in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The WFU Interactive Campus Map provides details about building entrances, parking, and more.
All Wake Line shuttle buses accommodate wheelchairs. ADA-compliant vans are available and provided for special events hosted by the University.
The TAPS team works to provide appropriate parking for visitors, students, and employees that may have a permanent or temporary mobility impairment.
Handicapped accessible parking spaces are available throughout campus. If you park in a handicapped space, you must display a state-issued handicapped parking placard. The use of a handicapped placard by anyone other than the authorized user is prohibited and can result in legal or judicial actions.
If you are a student or faculty/staff member with a temporary or permanent disability you must still pay for an on-campus parking permit and register your vehicle and your handicapped placard with the Transportation and Parking Services office.
Transportation and Parking Services will issue a temporary permit to students who are approved for special medical parking privileges.
In such cases, the student must go to Student Health Services and be evaluated.
The student is issued a Student Health Parking Privileges Request Form which must be presented to Transportation and Parking Services.
Faculty, Staff & Employees
Transportation and Parking Services will issue a temporary permit to employees who are approved for special medical parking privileges.
In such cases, the employee must contact Human Resources to request modified parking accommodations.
Human Resources will provide an official request on behalf of the employee to Transportation and Parking Services.
To see details regarding accessible building entrances, parking, pedestrian routes, and more please review the WFU Interactive Map or download our printable Accessibility Map PDF.