The following information was provided by Transportation and Parking Services
Commuter Student Vehicle Registration Information
Any student who wishes to park a vehicle on a university parking lot at any time of day or night–including after 4:00 p.m. weekdays, on weekends, during regular business hours of 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. weekdays, and during breaks, must register that vehicle with Transportation and Parking Services.
Commuting student vehicle registration begins Wednesday, August 8 at 10:00 a.m. During the purchase process, should your screen pause, continue to wait, as your order will be in queue. Do not refresh your screen or logout, as you could lose your place in the queue. Go on-line at http://parking.wfu.edu to register your vehicle. This website is also a great place to find information about parking during certain events like Thanksgiving, Winter Break or Spring Break.
Do not create a guest account. Doing so will prevent you from purchasing a permit. If you have already created a guest account, please contact Transportation and Parking Services before August 8.
First year graduate students do not have the option for on-campus permits.
2018/2019 Commuter Student Parking Options:
Permit Distribution Information:
Permits ordered on or before August 23, 2018:
Permits ordered after August 23 or you did not pick up permits in Alumni Hall on above dates:
Place both permits on your vehicle immediately after picking them up. Only park where the permit you ordered allows, as permits must be displayed on vehicles no later than August 31.
Transportation and Parking Services
Location: Alumni Hall, Suite 138
Lobby hours: Mon. through Thurs. 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Because of the high volume of calls we expect, if you cannot speak to someone, please leave a detailed message with your question/concern, name, WFUID number and a return contact number. We will return the call as soon as possible. It’s important to leave a return call back number in order for Parking and Transportation Office to return calls.
To contact the Office of Family Engagement, please visit our contact page.
One of the best ways parents/families can help their students is to let them solve their own problems. Use the Stop, Drop, and Roll method when your student contacts you with a problem. The flyer also lists contact information for serious concerns where family intervention might be appropriate.
Select slide shows and handouts from Orientation sessions are available online.