Welcome to campus Ospreys! Parking Permits are a must have when you park your vehicle here.
Buy your permit as soon as permits go on sale and you have registered for classes. Permit sale dates can be viewed through Osprey Update for Students, MyWings and Permits and Rates from Parking and Transportation Services web page. Permits are sold on a "first come, first served" basis, because some of the more desirable permits have set sales limits and will sell out. Discount Permits are always available.
Please be aware that more permits are sold than the number of parking spaces since students do not come to campus every day from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Fortunately, varying class schedules allow more spaces to be available, but some of the spaces may not be at your favorite lot or garage.
Students with 90+ credit hours, sale starts July 15, 2013
60+ credit hours, starts July 22, 2013
20+ credit hours, starts July 29, 2013
Sales are open to all students on August 5, 2013
Returning Housing students may purchase a permit on July 18, 2013.
New Housing students may purchase on July 25, 2013.
Enforcement activity is Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. No permit is required from 5 p.m. Friday through 7 a.m. Monday unless there is a special event on campus. To verify special events, Master Calendar.
If visiting the University Center for a special event or class, no permit is required to park in Lot 16 (located in front of the center).
You must pay online with a MasterCard, VISA, American Express or Discover credit card. The Cashier's office no longer sells permits.
You will not be able to use your Financial Aid as a permit payment. Instead, you will need to take the funds from your account by using one of the above listed credit cards.
Visit Parking & Transportation Services in Building 52. We will provide you with another temporary permit.
If you have not received your decal after 21 business days from the online order date, please visit us and we will assist you in obtaining one.
For an affixed style permit to be valid for parking at UNF, it must be displayed unaltered and it must be permanently affixed using the permit's adhesive properties to the exterior glass of the vehicle. It is recommended to adhere the sticker on the exterior of the driver's side rear window or on the driver's side rear bumper so that is clearly visible to the parking patrollers. Using any type of tape other than the permit's adhesive will result in a citation.
For unusually constructed vehicles, please contact the Parking and Transportation Services (904) 620-2815 for any exceptions to this required permit placement. Please note that the permit must be clearly visible when the vehicle is parked on campus. Parking with the rear bumper up against a wall in a garage such that a permit affixed to the rear bumper cannot be seen or having a tool box in a pick-up obscuring the view of a permit affixed to the rear window are examples of offenses that will result in parking citations.
Yes; when a person who owns a valid UNF parking permit arrives on a two-wheeled motorized vehicle, a one-day temporary parking permit can be issued for parking in any motorcycle spaces on campus. The temporary parking permit will be marked by Parking Services as being valid for a motorcycle and motorcycle parking spaces only.
The individual of the two-wheeled vehicle is responsible for the display of the temporary parking permit as they deem appropriate as long as it is completely visible to a person standing next to the vehicle. If the valid UNF parking permit is not displayed it will be cited for being in violation. The citation is registered to the license tag owner and they must either pay or appeal the citation.
You may pay your citation, through an online link Pay Citations, or you may pay in person at Building 52 (Parking & Transportation Services). Another option includes filing an appeal within 14 calendar days of citation being issued. To file an appeal, you will need to fill out the appeal form and it will be reviewed by an appeal committee. Appeal forms are available at Building 52 or online through link Ticket Appeals.
***14 calendar day example: If you get a ticket on a Tuesday, 14 calendar days is the second Monday, not the second Tuesday. Don’t get caught being a day late with your payment.***
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