The Access Van services the same campus area that is served by the Campus Connector shuttles. The Wildcat Transit and Campus Connector buses are equipped with wheelchair lifts. It is recommended but not required that you call if you will be requiring the lift. (Phone: 603-862-2328) For more information, visit the Wildcat Transit Services website.
Freshman Eligibility to Purchase a Parking Permit
Freshmen are prohibited from purchasing a parking permit; however, an accommodation request may be made due to a disability. Students may register with SAS to begin this process.
Please note that while Student Accessibility Services may approve the accommodation for a freshman student to be eligible to purchase a parking permit, we do not have control over availability of permits, and they may sell out or the student may be placed on a waiting list with parking services. More information about student permits can be found on the UNH Parking website or by calling 603-862-1010.
Accessible Parking Spaces
All students, faculty, staff, and visitors are required to have a valid UNH Parking Permit. To park in an accessible space, an individual must also have a state-issued accessible permit/placard. Those 2 permits together, allow parking in any valid UNH student, faculty/staff, commuter, or visitor accessible parking space.
With only a state-issued accessible permit, a person may park for free at any unreserved meters or visitor spaces up to the maximum hours allowed.
See UNH Parking Regulations Manual (Article V, Section 8)
Accessible Public Transportation
COAST is a public bus service, available to all, which offers a variety of routes & schedules, is accessible, and offers a paratransit program for eligible riders who are unable to access the bus system and require an origin-to-destination service.
Campus Parking Maps
UNH Mobile App – provides mobile-friendly parking maps, real time bus arrival predictions, route and stop bookmarks, schedules, and push notifications 5 minutes before the bus arrives.