The following information was provided by Transportation and Parking Services
Welcome First Year Students!
Any student who wishes to park a vehicle on a university parking lot 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 the Transportation and Parking Services office.
First year student vehicle registration will begin Wednesday, August 1st at 9:00 a.m. Go online 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.
2018-19 Freshman Parking Permit Fee– $315
Permit Distribution Information:
Place both permits (Gate Pass and rear Parking Permit) on your vehicle immediately after picking them up, as permits must be displayed on vehicles no later than August 30.
Vehicle Parking Information
Occasionally, freshman vehicles will need to be relocated to allow for event parking at Bridger Field House. When these events occur, students will be notified in advance via email. A few of these events are:
After move-in on Wednesday, August 22, students should keep their vehicles on campus and park in general parking lots until Sunday, August 26. Additional information will be sent via email explain relocation of vehicles to the freshman parking lot and shuttle service to/from this lot.
Transportation and Parking Services
Location: Alumni Hall, Suite 138.
Lobby hours: 8:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m., Monday-Thursday and 8:30 a.m.–3:00 p.m. Friday.
Parking@nullwfu.edu (Don’t forget to mark Transportation and Parking Services email as “safe” so you can get all email announcements from the Transportation and Parking Services office!)
Because of the large volume of calls we expect in August, if you cannot speak to someone, leave a detailed message with your question/concern, name, WFU ID number and a contact number to call you back. We will return your call as soon as possible!
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.