Parking at CFCC
Cape Fear Community College has visitor, employee, and student parking at all campus locations. It’s important to know where you can and can’t park as a student, employee, or visitor. Avoid getting a parking citation by making sure you read and follow the information on this site.
Please note: Cars parked illegally may be towed. Employees, students, and visitors must park in authorized, marked CFCC parking spaces.
Metered parking is available near the Wilmington Campus. Time limits are enforced by the City of Wilmington. Please note, unless an ADA placard is displayed, ALL vehicles parked in metered, city spaces must pay for parking at the meter.
Where do I park?
See maps and locations.
How do I get a parking decal or hand tag?
Students and employees may fill out this form and then visit the cashier’s office to pay for and pick up your parking decal. You can pay for and pick up your parking decal on the same day.
How do I park in the Hanover Parking Deck?
CFCC’s Hanover Deck has 1,160 parking spaces, including 22 for ADA parking. There are two entrance/exit areas. Access from 2nd Street is on the first level of the deck and access from Hanover Street is on the second level of the deck.
The Hanover Deck is open to students during the normal school week on a first-come, first-served basis. To park in the Hanover Deck, students must:
- You must be a currently enrolled Cape Fear Community College student.
- You must have a CFCC ID and parking decal.
- To enter or exit the Hanover Parking Deck, you must swipe your CFCC ID.
- You must display a current and valid CFCC parking decal at all times while parked in the deck.
On weekends, the Hanover Deck is open to the public. Parking rates are as follows:
- First 15 minutes – Free
- $1/hour thereafter
- $8 maximum daily rate
- CREDIT AND DEBIT CARD ONLY
What do I do if the parking deck is full?
If the parking deck is at capacity, you MUST seek parking elsewhere. You CANNOT sit on the city street waiting for a vehicle to exit. Traffic flow must continue and cannot be blocked. If the deck is full, you do have the option of utilizing the surface lots. If you have any questions, please call 910-362-7855 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .