Visitors with short-term parking needs may purchase a one-day parking permit or purchase parking time at the limited amount of spaces at one of our Pay by Space Stations. Visitors are defined as individuals who are not ECU students or University employees. We welcome visitors to campus and strive to make their visits as enjoyable possible. Visitors must still comply with the regulations outlined in the Parking and Transportation Ordinances. Visitor permits must be obtained at the Parking and Transportation office prior to 4:30pm Friday if you are planning to park anytime during the weekend.
Visitor permit prices are as follows:
Visitors must have a valid ADA placard or distinguishing license plate in order to purchase a visitor parking permit valid in the ADA Accessible parking spaces. You must receive authorization from our office before parking in these spaces on campus and obtain a permit.
Please contact Undergraduate Admissions and register for a campus tour.
If a visitor receives a citation an appeal must be completed within 10 business days. You can appeal online by following the steps outlined below. Paper appeal forms can also be completed if unable to appeal online. Please note that the paper appeal must still be submitted within the 10 business days. For more information about citations click here.
Note: Accounts will be created for patients first appeals by our office after receiving the required information. Please see Patient Citation information on the right. For all subsequent citations patients should then contact our office within the 10 business days.
When patients schedule an appointment with their doctors office on ECU campus please park in the designated patient parking areas when you arrive on campus.
If you receive a citation, our office is willing to reduce the first violation to a warning if the patient provides documentation of their appointment. The information provided will be processed as an appeal and the patient will receive a judgment decision through the mail or email if one is provided. Acceptable documentation will be form the medical clinic and states you were seen during the date and time of the citations. We DO NOT need or want any personal medical information. After the first warning, patients will be held responsible for any further citations received. For more information about citations click here.