Parking Services

Welcome!

Welcome to the University of Cincinnati! Navigating your way around our large, dynamic, Uptown campuses can be daunting. Or maybe you need to find UC Blue Ash, UC Clermont, the 1819 Innovation Hub, UC Reading or UC Victory Parkway.

The Parking Services goal is to make your parking experience as smooth as possible, so whether you’re coming to campus as a student, employee or visitor, we have developed a number of tools to help make your visit seamless.  

Here you will find real-time updates on current Uptown parking availability, permit information for students and faculty and staff, account management, maps, and more.


Assistance

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Public Safety Motorist Assistance

For unlocks and jump starts
513-556-1111

Welcome to UC!

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Heading to the Uptown Campus?

Our Visitor Tracker will show you, in real time, what garages have space for visitor parking! Plus, find maps and GPS coordinates to get you moving in the right direction.

 

The parking office is adjacent to the entrance to Corry Garage. The entrance is to the right of the garage as you are facing it.

Do It All Online, but We're Here if You Can't

Buying a permit, managing your account, even paying a fine can all be done online! But if you need to see us, we are here!

 

4 Edwards Center
51 Corry Boulevard
Cincinnati, OH  45221-0624

513-556-2283  |  parking@uc.edu

 

OFFICE OPEN
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.

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Looking for Event Parking?

Learn about parking for athletic events, CCM performances, conferences and other special events on the Uptown campuses. Event planners can check our calendar to see what's going on before scheduling.

 

Want Parking News?

UC News

UC appoints scholar to Islamic Studies visiting assistant...

October 26, 2020

By Rebecca Schweitzer Islamic scholar and author Muhammad Faruque has been appointed as visiting assistant professor in Islamic Studies at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Arts and Sciences. The Inavat and Ishrat Malik Professorship endowed chair is intended to foster a greater relationship between UC and Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati. Additionally, it is hoped that this position will build relationships with local interfaith and cultural groups, says Thérèse Migraine-George, head of Romance and Arabic Languages and Literatures at A&S and search committee lead. According to Migraine-George, Faruque is ideal for the position due to his international renown in the field of Islamic Studies. “We were looking for someone who is thoroughly knowledgeable in the Islamic intellectual tradition and in Qur’anic Studies and with a strong scholarly record, but also with a record in community engagement and an interdisciplinary background,” says Migraine-George. “Faruque fits all these criteria and brings outstanding experience and expertise to UC. “He earned his PhD in Islamic Studies from Berkeley and his groundbreaking book ‘Sculpting the Self: Islam, Selfhood and Human Flourishing’ will be published by the University of Michigan Press in 2021.”

UC professor wins communication lifetime achievement award

October 26, 2020

By Jenn Cammel Ronald L. Jackson II, professor of Communication in the University of Cincinnati’s College of Arts and Sciences, has been awarded a 2020 Distinguished Scholar Award for lifetime achievement by the National Communication Association (NCA). The annual award is the association’s highest honor and will be given to Jackson, former president of the NCA, at the 106th Annual Convention to be held virtually on November 21. The award honors a lifetime of scholarly achievement in the study of human communication. Founded in 1914, the NCA is dedicated to the advancement of communication by supporting the teaching and research of those learning and practicing the discipline. Currently the NCA has 71,000 members. Jackson has been involved with the NCA since 1994, and says he was thrilled to find out that he was a recipient of the recognition.

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