Parking at UF Law
Visitors requiring parking at the Levin College of Law during hours of decal restriction (7:30 am to 3:30 pm, Monday through Friday, unless signage in the area indicates otherwise) must display a One-Day Parking Decal from the rearview mirror.
The One-Day Parking Decal can be obtained from the Levin College of Law’s Office of Student Affairs, 164 Holland Hall, on the day of the visit. Please check in with the Office of Admissions first and you will then be directed to the Office of Student Affairs. In order to obtain a One-Day Parking Decal, you must provide a license tag number and the color/make/model of the vehicle.
Please note that One-Day Parking Decals may only be used in the Levin College of Law’s parking lots and are only valid during the day of the visit.
Due to University parking regulations, current UF students who do not already have a proper decal cannot obtain a One-Day Parking Decal. UF students who do not have a proper decal should find alternate ways to arrive to the law school campus or may pay a short-term or daily fee to park in the Reitz Union/Welcome Center Garage or pay to park in metered spaces around campus.
Please be advised that only visitors with the appropriate state-issued disabled persons’ placard may park in disabled persons’ parking spaces. All visitors must obey University parking rules and regulations and are subject to citation upon violation. Please do not park in parking spaces labeled “Car Pool Only”. Visitors interested in parking on the main campus can find more information at UF Visitor Parking at http://www.parking.ufl.edu/.