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Campus Parking

Welcome to Queens University of Charlotte! All vehicles parked on the main campus of Queens must be registered and have a valid parking permit.

Student Parking on Campus

First-year residential students are not permitted to have a car on campus. Parking is reserved for commuting, adult, and upperclassmen students. Upperclassmen residential students must park in the parking deck located behind Wireman Residence Hall. Parking in the deck requires a residential parking permit and an access card.

All commuters are permitted to park in any open lot or space on the main campus, except for those clearly marked as reserved for guests, faculty, resident students, Queens Hall Circle or the Soccer Lot.

2023-2024 Parking Fees

Residential Parking

  • Annual Resident permit – $450
  • Per semester: Fall 23 Resident permit – $225, Spring 24 Resident permit – $225

Commuter Parking

  • Annual Commuter permit – $200
  • Per semester: Fall 23 Commuter permit – $100, Spring 24 Commuter permit – $100

There is no longer an Evening Commuter Permit.

Queens Parking Portal

The Queens Parking Portal is your one-stop place for all your parking needs! Log in to purchase permits, pay or appeal tickets, and manage your parking account.

To register you will need the following information:

  • License plate number and state of registration
  • Vehicle details: year, make, model and color

Student, Staff & Faculty

If you are a current Queens student or employee, please register using this option to log into our parking portal using your Queens username and password.

Student, Staff & Faculty

Queens Guests

If you are not a current Queens student or employee, please register using this option.

Queens Guests

Once you have completed the online registration process, please bring your Queens ID and a picture of your license plate to Campus Police to receive your decal.

Parking Permits are valid through August.

Contact Us

For more information or questions, please contact Campus Police (, 704-337-2306).