Lot 37 and Resident Reserved Parking Lots to Close Through Monday for Move-In 2017
Move-In 2017 begins Thursday, Aug. 10, and ends Monday, Aug. 14.
More than 5,700 students will arrive on campus during that time.
University Housing will partner with Transit and Parking to make this move-in process as smooth as possible for students, faculty and staff.
Parking Lot Changes
- All Resident Reserved parking lots will be closed at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 9, until late afternoon Aug. 14. This does not apply to reserved (blue) employee reserved lots, except lots 6 (at Gibson Hall) and the reserved section of lot 37 (at the Northwest Quad)
- Reserved and faculty/staff spaces in Lot 37 (Northwest Quad Area) will be unavailable beginning 5 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 9. Faculty/Staff spaces are available in lot 44, north of Razorback Stadium, and in lot 75, at the corner of Lindell Ave. and Douglas Street.
- Faculty/staff spaces in Lot 37 will reopen Tuesday, Aug. 15.
Christopher Spencer, assistant director of strategic communications
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