UNF Parking Services Information
Starting Aug. 16, 2017, your parking permit will be virtual! You will register your license plate online through your Parking Account via myWings Web portal and it becomes your parking permit. It is critical to make sure your Parking Account has your correct license plate information listed. Enforcement is handled by vehicles equipped with license plate recognition cameras that drive through the lots scanning license plates. You’ll need to park your vehicle “nose in” so your license plate is visible to the cameras.
Students who do not buy an annual or term permit must purchase a daily permit from our Pay-by-Plate kiosks. (Helpful hint: Take a picture of your tag and keep it on your phone for reference when needed.) Kiosks located within the core of campus sell $5 ($4.67 + sales tax) daily permits and are valid for both Blue lot and Gray lot parking locations. Kiosks located in the perimeter lots such as 18 or 53 sell $2.00 ($1.86 + sales tax) daily permits and are valid in Gray lot parking locations ONLY.
All annual and term permits must be purchased online via myWings Web portal. The ability to purchase permits opens to students at different times in July depending on the number of completed credit hours and/or whether or not the student is commuting or living in University housing. Students must be registered for classes in order to purchase annual or term permits. Please check the web site at the link noted above for more information.
Fees for permits available to students August 2017 – August 2018:
Please check the web site at the link noted above or call (904) 620-2815 for general parking information.
UNF Shuttle Bus Information
The Osprey Connector is the on-campus shuttle bus service providing easy access from lots 18 and 53 to the core of campus and return. Operating hours are usually Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 3 a.m. On Sunday evenings from 6 p.m. to 12 a.m. shuttle bus service is provided from lot 53 to the residence halls. The Town Center Shuttle provides service from the Library to the St. Johns Town Center. Operating hours are usually Monday through Thursday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Friday through Sunday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Summer hours will vary for both shuttles.
A transportation access fee of $4.08 per credit hour will be charged to all students. Students are not required to show ID nor pay any additional amount when utilizing the shuttle service.
For more information on the shuttle and route maps, please check the web site at the link noted above or call (904) 620-5718.
While all buses are ADA accessible, the Osprey Transit is a bus service dedicated to assist those with mobility needs by providing pick-up and drop-off service beyond the Osprey Connector shuttle stops. Operating hours are typically 7:30 a.m. to 9p.m. Monday – Friday. Service can be scheduled by calling (904) 620-5718.
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