Parking at the UNC School of Law is by permit only. All vehicles parked on campus from 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. must display a valid parking permit for the designated parking lot. Faculty, staff, and students may park in lots surrounding the Law School which include the S-3, S-10, and T-Lots.
Student S-3 parking includes spaces along Ridge Road and the Navy Field Lot but DOES NOT include the upper S-3 “Faculty” lot closest to the main entrance of the law school.
S-10 Lot parking is located down Ridge Road near the Boshamer (baseball) Stadium.
T Lot parking is located at the end of Country Club Road.
SECOND AND THIRD-YEAR LAW SCHOOL PARKING REGISTRATION
2018-2019 Parking Allocation Process
Student parking is limited and demand outweighs supply. On-campus parking is available for second- and third-year law students. First-year law students are NOT eligible to register for on-campus parking through UNC Transportation & Parking.
UNC Transportation & Parking assigns student parking permits through a lottery registration process.
Lottery Registration Process & Dates
The Transportation & Parking lottery is open for second- and third-year law students beginning Monday, June 18, 2018 through Thursday, July 5, 2018. There is a limit of one lottery entry per student. Permits will be randomly assigned once Lottery registration closes.
Students will receive notification
email within 10 days of the close of lottery
registration by UNC
Parking & Transportation. Students
may also check their permit status by visiting http://move.unc.edu/ and selecting Online Services.
Assigned permits must be paid for before the designated deadline or the permit is forfeited.
Please visit the Student Lottery page as well as the
"Law School" section under Student Parking for more information.
Permit Waiting List
Following the permit lottery and registration period, any unpaid permits will be forfeited. Students who register for the lottery and do not receive their permit choice are put on the waiting list for that parking zone.
The waiting list prioritizes students based on class rank, although position numbers within class are determined randomly by the lottery ranking assignment. Students that did not register in the lottery can join the waiting list on a first-come, first-served basis.
All waiting list registrations are managed via
. Waiting list releases occur every two weeks from the 3rd Friday in August (excluding the month of December) until the end of March. Joining a waiting list does not guarantee you will be offered a permit during the academic year. Visit the
Transportation & Parking
for more information on the waiting list.
UNC School of Law Hardship Parking Application Process
Students with significant family or commute-related hardship may be eligible for a permit through the UNC School of Law Hardship Parking Application process. Even if individual circumstances warrant applying for a hardship permit, 2L and 3L students should register for the Transportation & Parking permit lottery first!
The 2018 – 2019 Hardship Parking Application will be available online through My Carolina Law beginning Monday, August 6, 2018.
Hardship parking applications are due Monday, August 13th.
Due to campus construction, there are limited hardship spaces available. Although you can still apply for hardship parking following the August 13th date, the likelihood of receiving a spot after the August 13th deadline is very slim.
All applications submitted by August 13th will be reviewed together by the Office of Student Development and decisions will be made based on student circumstance and need.
Hardship Parking decisions will go out via email by Monday, August 20th.
We encourage 2L and 3L students to apply for the general parking lottery PRIOR to applying for a hardship permit as there are limited hardship permits available and no guarantee of a permit. Therefore, 2L and 3L students may submit a Hardship Parking Application following the release of the Transportation & Parking Lottery allocations.
If granted hardship parking, please be prepared to pay for your parking pass then. Failure to do so will result in forfeiture of your parking pass.
All Hardship Parking Applications are due
by August 13, 2018.
Disability parking is arranged through
UNC Transportation & Parking
. Students with health-related disabilities must obtain a UNC disability parking permit from Transportation & Parking. Accommodations include use of campus disability spaces and include campus disability spaces in the S-3 lots. Disability permit pricing is consistent with rates for gated and non-gated daytime lot pricing.
Disability Transportation & Parking Application
Visitors to the School of Law may park in the Raleigh Road lot or the Rams Head parking deck. These pay lots are reserved specifically for campus visitors and are in close proximity to the law school. (Visitor Parking Map)
For "official" School of Law visitors, a limited number of visitor spaces are available along the front of the building marked with a visitor sign. These spaces must be reserved in advance through the law school receptionist, Becky Wilson. The School of Law reserves the right to limit spaces on an as-needed basis. We ask that student organizations or School of Law departments reserve spaces in advance.
UNC Law provides an evening shuttle service from Van Hecke-Wettach Hall to the T-Lot, Raleigh Road Lot, and Rams Head lots Mondays through Thursdays throughout the school year. Shuttle service runs from 5:30 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. and leaves the parking lot every 15 minutes or as close to the quarter hour as possible. The 2017-2018 Shuttle Schedule will be available for download in late summer/early fall. Questions regarding shuttle service should be directed to Phillip Spangler, UNC Law Facilities Maintenance Manager.
Athletics & On-Campus Events
On game days for football, basketball, and baseball, the Navy Field Lot and Clinic Lot are often reserved by the athletic department and may not be used by faculty, staff, or students. Parking regulations are strictly enforced at all times unless otherwise announced. For more information concerning parking during athletic and other on-campus events, visit the Events at UNC website.