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Parking at NWACC
NWACC is committed to providing quality parking services to students, faculty, staff and visitors. Feel free to use the campus map to find a parking lot located near your destination on campus. Students, faculty and staff are required to have a current permit/hangtag to park on campus. View further information below to learn more.
Student IDs & Parking Hangtags
Hangtags for new or returning students will be distributed at the Student Information Desk in the Student Center beginning August 2, 2021. The parking garage is for students, but has limited number of 24-hour reserved spaces for faculty and staff. There is designated student parking areas around most NWACC buildings. If you park without a hangtag, you will be issued a citation. Parking fines are listed in the parking policy #9004.
Each person parking on campus will be required to display a current parking hangtag. In addition, 24-hour reserved numbered spaces are available in other surface parking areas, but are limited to faculty and staff only. Students must be registered for fall classes and must bring a legally-issued ID such as a driver’s license or passport in order to receive a student ID and parking hang tag. Students who already have an NWACC student ID must bring it with them in order to pick up their new hangtag.
For additional information, contact NWACC's Department of Public Safety (DPS) at the Center for Health Professions (CHP), room 1042.
Employee IDs & Parking Hangtags
Employee IDs may be obtained at the Student Information Center in the Becky Paneitz Student Center. Employees must bring proof of employment from HR or a current paystub as well as legally issued photo ID.
General parking is $5 each fiscal year and will automatically be renewed and payroll deducted. Beginning, August 2, 2021, you can visit the Department of Public Safety (DPS) at the Center for Health Professions (CHP), room 1042, or the DPS Burns Hall location, to obtain a permit/hangtag. You must bring your NWACC employee ID with you.
Reserved parking is also an option. Payment is made through payroll deduction, assessed on a per-pay
period basis. Renewal for reserved parking is automatic unless you opt out by notifying
payroll. Part-time employees will pay cash for reserved numbered parking spaces. Permits/hangtags
for numbered reserved spaces are available from DPS.
Payment Options for permits/hangtags
- General Surface Lots: $5.00
- Burns Hall East Lot: $245.00
- Burns Hall West Lot: $245.00
- Center for Health Professions: $245.00
- Student Center West Lot: $245.00
- GBDC West Lot: $245.00
- Parking Deck: $275.00
Employee Hangtag Renewals
All employees must have a current NWACC-issued hangtag for each upcoming academic year, no later than August 15th. Please follow these instructions to receive your new hangtag.
- General surface faculty/staff parking: Please bring your current NWACC ID card and hangtag to the DPS window in CHP, room
1042, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm to receive a new hangtag.
- Reserved faculty/staff parking: Please bring your current NWACC ID card and hangtag to the DPS window in CHP, room
1042, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
- Part-time faculty that have reserved parking: You are not eligible for payroll deductions for parking fees. Please go to the Cashier’s
Office after August 1st and pay the fee. Bring the cash receipt along with your current
NWACC ID card and hangtag to the DPS window in CHP, room 1042, to receive a new hangtag.
- If you do not have a current NWACC ID (with a barcode), please go to the Student Center Information Desk. Hangtags will not be issued without your ID card and current hangtag.
ALL faculty and staff MUST have a current hangtag by August 15th, regardless of where you park. Anyone parking without a hangtag will be issued a citation. Parking fines are listed in the parking policy.
For questions, please contact DPS in CHP, room1042, or call 479-619-4229.
Visitor parking is located near the entrance of each of the NWACC buildings. If you plan to park for more than four hours, please stop by the Department of Public Safety in the Center for Health Professions, room 1042, to obtain a visitor permit/hangtag.