Online parking registration for students will begin July 1. The specific registration times and dates by class are as follows:
Medical I&II -- July 1 at 9:00 AM
** Law II & III -- July 1 at 10:00 AM
All Graduate Students -- July 1 at 11:00 AM
Law students can register for parking in either S3, S10 or T lot. Please know that priority is given to 3Ls. The allotment is as follows:
3Ls - 10 S3 spots available, 14 S10 and 60 T lot
2Ls - 5 S3 spots available, 6 S10 and 25 T lot
2010-11 Student Parking Registration
Please carefully read through the section that relates to your student status and determine before the designated registration date which permits you may request when the site opens. Eligibility criteria will be verified for all students during Fall Semester of 2010. Students obtaining a permit with incorrect class status or resident / commuter information will be notified to return the permit.
Commuter Alternative Program (CAP) -- Parking on campus for students is limited. CAP provides options for commuting to campus for qualifying students. Check out program benefits and alternatives for driving alone to campus.
All citations or any outstanding balances must be paid prior to permit registration. Outstanding balances will result in ineligibility to purchase a parking permit.
A valid ONYEN and password will be needed to register and pay for a permit.
Required Information for Permit Registration:
Vehicle License Plate Registration (exact license plate information)
Vehicle Insurer & Policy Number
Payment Method - Visa/Mastercard (debit or credit)
Accurate mailing address where permit will be shipped
Hardship Assignments Process
The UNC School of Law reserves a few permits for student hardship permit allocation. To be considered for a hardship permit, you must meet certain criteria that justify having a permit, and the circumstances must be such that it would create a significant hardship for you if you were to not receive a hardship permit.
Some examples of situations that may lead to hardship permits being allocated are: significant family obligations, significant commuting problems or core curriculum issues.
Please note that simply having obligations, whether they be work, family, or academic-related, is not a guarantee that you will receive a hardship permit. Hardship permit allocation is made on a case-by-case basis, and is reserved for students whose extraordinary circumstances make parking on campus necessary to fulfill their responsibilities. The requirements are further described on the application (). For more information, contact Dean Podger Smith.
Posted by Stephen D. Brown (David) on Mon. June 28, 2010 2:46 PM