Parking

Upon arrival, park in either of the Towers building parking lots (lots A and K) located across 8th Street from the Learning Resource Center (LRC) building, then go directly to the Office of Educational Affairs on the 4th floor of the LRC building. Upon submitting a completed parking application and a copy of your current vehicle registration, an access card and decal for your vehicle will be issued to you for parking in the surface lot next to the dormitory. You must then immediately move your vehicle to the student lot. Please see the map for more details.

Note: There are not enough spaces in the student parking lot for all students rotating in Jacksonville. For this reason, you may not receive a parking card (and even if you have a card, spaces may not always be available in the student lot). Alternatively, you should plan to park in one of alternate areas listed in your welcome packet.

Students are required to return access cards after each rotation. If this is not done, access cards will be turned off. There will be a charge of $10.00 to replace lost or damaged cards.

If you have any other questions or concerns about campus parking please call the Office of Educational Affairs at (904) 244-5128.

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