Vehicle Registration & Parking Permits

Parking decals and permits can be obtained from the Campus Police and Security Office or the Information Desk of the Wilson Building.  The following information is required, in order to register for a permit.  Having this required information beforehand will make the registration process easier:

  • JCC Student or Employee ID Number
  • Full Name
  • Program of Study or Job Title/Position
  • License Plate Number and State
  • Vehicle Year, Color, Make, and Model

Both the Campus Police and Security Office and Information Desk of the Wilson Building keep printed registration forms on-hand, to be filled out with the above information.  For your convenience, this form can also be accessed by clicking the link below.  You may print and complete this form ahead of time, and then turn it in at either location to receive the appropriate parking permit.

Parking Permit Registration Form 

Parking warnings and citations may be written for failure to register a vehicle.

Student parking permits shall be valid only in lined spaces not otherwise designated for visitors, handicapped persons, faculty and staff members, etc.  Employee/Staff parking permits shall be valid in designated staff parking areas as well as student parking areas.

Work-study students, seasonal / temporary employees, and part-time contracted employees are not eligible for employee parking permits.  However, they may be eligible for student parking.  Contracted employees in full-time positions may be eligible for employee parking.

A student or employee may register up to two (2) vehicles.  For those in need of additional permits, a temporary permit may be issued, as needed.

All motorized vehicles, including automobiles, motorcycles, motor scooters and motorbikes shall be properly registered at the Campus Police & Security Office.  A parking permit will be issued with the submission of a properly completed registration form.

Parking decals shall be clearly visible and legible when affixed to the vehicle for which they are issued.  Student decals should be placed on the lower left corner of the rear window or bumper of a four-wheel vehicle and clearly visible on the rear of a two-wheel vehicle.  Employee decals should be affixed to the lower left corner, on the inside of the windshield.

The person to whom a motor vehicle parking permit is issued shall be responsible for all parking violations issued to that vehicle.

Replacement decals may be obtained at the Campus Police and Security Office at no cost, providing the remains of the old decal or evidence of prior decal is submitted.

Parking decals become invalid under the following conditions:

  • Ownership of the vehicle is transferred to another person or entity.
  • The permittee’s association with the College terminates.
  • The time period for which the permit is issued expires.
  • The permittee is issued another permit relating to the same vehicle.
  • The permittee’s privilege to park and operate a vehicle is forfeited as a result of the imposition of disciplinary sanctions.
  • The permittee has become a repeat offender by establishing a pattern of abuse of parking privileges by committing three (3) or more traffic or parking violations in an academic year.

Temporary/Visitor Permits

Temporary permits may be issued for up to seven (7) calendar days and may be renewable with legitimate cause.

A temporary permit may be secured from the Campus Police & Security Office and will be valid for the period indicated.

Temporary permits shall be clearly visible and placed on the left side of the dashboard of the vehicle for which they are issued.

Visitors should park in designated visitor parking spaces.

Handicapped Parking Permits

A State-issued handicap parking permit is required in order to park in a designated handicap parking space, pursuant to North Carolina General Statute 20-37.6. 

The College is not authorized to allow vehicles to park in handicap parking spaces without a State-issued permit.