Student Parking Information

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FROM TRANSPORTATION AND PARKING SERVICES

Lobby Closed:

  • General questions and concerns email and call the office, 336-758-PARK(7275)

Vehicle Registration Information:

 

Student Parking Information

FIRST & SECOND YEAR PERMITS

 Parking Information

THIRD & FOURTH YEAR PERMITS

Parking Information

GRADUATE STUDENT PERMITS

Graduate Students, Teaching Assistants & Graduate Hall Directors

REGISTRATION

Registration Information & How to Register Your Vehicle

ENFORCEMENT

Pay or appeal a citation, review parking regulations, towing information, and citation fees / fines.

PARKING PORTAL

Register Your Vehicle or Manage Your Account.


REGISTRATION


General Information

Anyone enrolled in any class or program at Wake Forest University, including study-abroad programs who wishes to park a vehicle in a university parking lot at any time of day or night, including after 4:00 p.m. weekdays, on weekends, and during academic breaks, must register that vehicle with WFU Transportation and Parking Services.

 The online registration process requires the vehicle license plate number and state, make, model, color, year, and fuel type of the vehicle. If your vehicle has a temporary license plate number, please use that to register the vehicle. Parking permits are not transferable from vehicle to vehicle or person to person. A vehicle is not considered registered until permits have been ordered, picked up, and placed on the vehicle as instructed on the permits. Graduate, undergraduate, and transfer students may request parking permits.  Eligibility will be based on student classification and resident or commuter status.


PARKING PERMITS


First & Second Year Student Parking

First & second year students will only be issued permits that reflect your class and will not have an on-campus permit option. These permits cannot be changed/upgraded midyear due to earned credits changing their student classification.

First Year (FR)/Second Year (SO)Permits

Students with off-campus permit prefixes of FR & SO may bring their vehicles on campus after 4:00 p.m. and all day on weekends and park in General, Faculty/Staff or Visitor lots that are not designated “24-Hour Reserved”. Lots C and D are unauthorized 24/7.

Vehicles with an off-campus permit cannot park on campus between the hours of 8:00am and 4:00pm, Monday-Friday. Parking in a time-limited space is allowed between 8:00 a.m. –4:00 p.m. weekdays. Parking for longer than the allotted time for that space can result in being cited.

First Year/Resident

  • Fee: $330
  • Parking Location & Map: First Assembly Christian School (3730 University Parkway) located on the North side of the church.

Second Year

FreshmanPermitProof

First Year Permit Example

 

Second Year Permit Proof

Second Year Permit Example

 

Third / Fourth Year Student Parking

Resident  & commuter third & fourth year students may request to park on campus in specified lots.

Resident (RS)/Commuter (CS) Permits

In addition to General lots, vehicles with a permit prefix of RS and CS may park in Faculty/Staff and Visitor lots between 4:00 pm -8:00 am that are not designated “24-Hour Reserved.” Lots C and D are designated “24-Hour Reserved.” Resident (RS) permits are not authorized to park in Lot W1 between 8:00 a.m. –4:00 p.m. weekdays.

Resident & On-Campus Commuter

  • Fee: $550
  • Parking Location & Map: On-campus
Resident Permit Proof

Resident Permit Example

 

Commuter Gate Pass example

Commuter Permit Example

 

Graduate Student Parking

All first year graduate students only have the option for off-campus permits.  Students employed by the University as graduate teaching assistants or graduate hall directors (GHDs) are required to purchase a student permit and do not qualify for the faculty/staff parking fee structure.

Off-Campus (OC)//Commuter (CS) Permits

Students with off-campus permit prefixes OC, CS, & SP may bring their vehicles on campus and park and general lot. In addition to General lots, vehicles with a permit prefix of CS, OC, SP may park in Faculty/Staff and Visitor lots between 4:00 pm -8:00 am that are not designated “24-Hour Reserved.” Lots C and D are designated “24-Hour Reserved.”

On-Campus Commuter

off campus permit proof

Off Campus Permit Example

 

Satellite Gate Pass Proof

Satellite Permit Example

 

Commuter Gate Pass example

Commuter Permit Example