Parking Information

Visitor Parking

The University welcomes all visitors and prospective students to the campus. Please ensure arrangements are made for parking prior to your arrival, depending on which campus you are visiting or the occasion.

North Campus Visitors:

Reserved visitor parking is available in the Cumnock Lot on University Avenue. Visitors or hosts of visitors may reserve parking by e-mail request to UCAPS@uml.edu or by calling 978-934-2800. Please provide us the visitor's name or company, arrival time, and departure time.

If no parking is available in the Cumnock Lot, the Parking Ambassador at the lot will provide visitors with a hang tag and direct them where to park.

South Campus Visitors:

Reserved visitor parking is available in the Solomont Way Lot off of Broadway Street. Visitors or hosts of visitors may reserve parking by e-mail request to UCAPS@uml.edu or by calling 978-934-2800. Please provide us the visitor's name or company, arrival time, and departure time.

If no parking is available in the Solomont Way Lot, the Parking Ambassador at the lot will provide visitors with a hang tag and direct them where to park.

Permit parking is also available for visitors in the Wilder Visitor Lot. This lot is located next to the gated Wilder Faculty/Staff lot, with the entrance located on Lund Street, directly off of Wilder Street. Hosts should apply for permits ahead of time for their guests by contacting the UCAPS Office, or may get a permit at the parking booth on Solomont Way.

Wannalancit Visitors:

Reserved visitor parking is available in the Tremont Visitor Lot off of Suffolk Street. Visitors or hosts of visitors may reserve parking by e-mail request to UCAPS@uml.edu or by calling 978-934-2800. Please provide us the visitor's name or company, arrival time, and departure time.

Please note that at this time reservations can only be made for arrivals prior to 11:30 a.m., and that any available spaces after this time are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Large Event Parking:

Large events should coordinate with the UCAPS Office and Special Events to arrange for parking. Events during the day (prior to 4 p.m.) often require parking in satellite parking locations and visitors may use transportation.

Events occurring after 4 p.m. do not need to make arrangements and visitors are welcome to park in any of the open lots across campus without a permit.

Residential Visitors:

The University does not have designated parking spaces available for those visiting residential students. If you are visiting a residence hall you must be let into a parking lot by your host (student living on campus) in a lot they have access to. Visitors of Eames residents are not permitted to park in the Eames Lot and must park in the Riverside Lot due to a lack of capacity. No permit is required between the hours of 4 p.m. and 6 a.m., or on weekends. If you are parking between 6 a.m. and 4 p.m. on weekdays a guest pass must be obtained from the UCAPS Office located in University Crossing, 220 Pawtucket Street. Please bring your vehicle registration.