Campus Buildings, Maps, Parking & Transportation

Indoor and Outdoor Spaces

Are Fall 2021 class capacities limited?

Classroom capacities for Fall 2021 will return to normal. With the return to normal classroom capacities, dedicated and reserved study spaces will no longer be available.

What should I do before coming to campus?

Self-check for symptoms before leaving home. Use this symptom list and if you feel sick, contact Campus Health or your primary care provider and follow their instructions.

Is outdoor seating available?

Outdoor seating locations are being coordinated by Facilities Services. These multipurpose outdoor spaces are for dining hall support, student gathering and study space.

What role do building heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems play in reducing the spread of COVID-19?

With the exception of older, naturally ventilated buildings, building HVAC systems bring in outside air, which dilutes any potential concentration of infectious aerosols. HVAC systems also provide air filtration, which will capture a portion of any circulating particles, including viruses. To learn more about what the University is doing to improve air quality in indoor spaces, visit UNC Facilities Services.

What do I need to know about libraries this fall?

Visit the special Fall 2021 page for the latest library information and hours of operation.

 

 

 

 

Maps

How can I find resources on campus?

Use maps.unc.edu to navigate campus, zoom in for highly detailed 3D renderings of campus buildings and landmarks, and get detailed descriptions of locations and services. Maps and directions can be printed, shared, and embedded in departmental websites.

 

 

Transportation and Parking

What is happening with transportation and parking for Fall 2021?

For information about local and regional transit and parking, visit move.unc.edu.

The 2021-2022 parking permit year began August 1, and parking coordinators may register employees for 2021-2022 parking permits according to specific department policy. For employees who use transit, carpoolvanpoolbike or walk to campus, Commuter Alternative Program (CAP) registration began July 15.