The pay-by-space parking lot located at 5th Street and Harding Street will begin the process of resurfacing beginning June 27, 2018 (weather dependent). This process will most likely take several days...
C Permit Holders During home football games, C permit holders must be out of the Minges lot by 7:00pm. The areas marked in Red on the map are not available...
For the 2018-2019 Academic Year, permits go on sale for Returning Students July 5th at 8:00am and July 18th at 8:00am for new and transfer students. Permit prices are as...
VEHICLES PARKING ON ECU CAMPUS MUST DISPLAY A VALID PERMIT OR UTILIZE THE PAY BY SPACE STATIONS.
The Department of Parking & Transportation Services strives to fulfill the parking and state vehicle needs of the University community by efficiently and effectively managing, planning, operating, and maintaining the University parking lots and motor fleet vehicles. Our staff is committed to accomplishing our goals through registration and enforcement procedures administered with the highest level of consistent and equitable service.
The Department of Parking and Transportation Services (P&T) reports to the Division of Administration and Finance. It consists of the following areas: parking lot inventory management and enforcement, parking permit sales, finance and administration, motor pool management, special events coordination, and transportation demand management (TDM). Transportation demand management utilizes alternative transportation to minimize parking demand and traffic congestion and includes ECU Transit (Student Affairs), bicycles, pedestrian, carshare and rideshare.
Parking is required by NC law to be self-supporting. We receive no state funding, student fee or tuition dollars. This means that the vast majority of our revenue is derived from permit fees. Since permit holders should not be subsidize free parking for others – visitors, event participants, patients, illegal parkers – we are working to get everyone who uses parking to pay for parking. Our guiding principle is to support the university’s strategic plan and master plan while also keeping permit fees as low as possible with fees based on paying for convenience.