Parking Registration

Purchasing 2020-2021 Parking Permits

Please check your email for upcoming instructions on purchasing 2020-2021 parking permits.

Altering, Counterfeiting, Theft and Unauthorized Transfer of Permits

Permits may be transferred from car to car, but not from person to person.

It is unlawful to: alter any parking permit or other device indicating eligibility to park on campus, transfer a permit to another person, and/or display a permit which has been reported as lost or stolen. Such permits will be confiscated without refund. Violators will be processed through the campus judiciary system where the minimum penalty will be loss of driving privileges on campus for one calendar year, and he/she may also be prosecuted under NC General Statute 14-71.1.

Counterfeiting/Altering Parking Permits

It is unlawful for any person to produce (or cause to be produced), to alter, or to display, without authority of the Chief any parking permit, sticker, decal,, or other device indicating eligibility to park on the University’s campus of . Such permits shall be confiscated. , the violators will be issued a citation, the vehicles may be impounded or booted, and the violators may be ineligible for a parking permit for one calendar year. No refunds shall be issued. Prior to the release of the vehicle, the illegal permit shall be surrendered to the Police Department.

Obtaining Parking Permits Through Unlawful Means

It is unlawful for any person to obtain a parking permit by any means other than procedures established pursuant to this Ordinance, including but not limited to, obtaining such permits by theft, fraud, trickery, willful misrepresentation of fact, purchase from another, or gift from another. Such permits shall be confiscated. , the violators will be issued a citation, the vehicles may be impounded or booted, and the violators may be ineligible for a parking permit for one calendar year. No refunds shall be issued.

Alleged violators will be required to meet with the Chief who will be the designated Hearing Officer. If it is determined that a violation did occur, the violation will be forwarded to the appropriate University unit for disciplinary actions(s), i.e. the Office Student Affairs, the Office of Human Resources and the department chair for SPA employees and the department chair for EPA faculty and non-faculty employees. Prior to the release of the vehicle, the illegal permit must be surrendered to the Police Department.

Unauthorized Display of Parking Permits

It is unlawful for any person to display on a motor vehicle a parking permit not issued to that person for use with that specific motor vehicle or to display a lost, stolen, counterfeit, or an altered permit. Such permits shall be confiscated, no refunds shall be issued, the violators will be issued a citation, the vehicles shall be impounded or booted, and the violators may be ineligible for a parking permit for one calendar year.