Car Parking FAQs
Car parking is available for University of Roehampton students on campus from September 2021. This option has been introduced to support you if you choose to drive to campus in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Daily tickets will be available. Fifty spaces will be reserved for students on campus on a first come, first served basis.
Yes. Parking is available on campus for students with mobility impairments on a temporary or permanent basis. Cars must display the appropriate blue badge and a Roehampton University permit. Please contact email@example.com to find out more. You may be asked to provide evidence to support this parking permit. Parking on campus for students with a temporary or permanent mobility impairment is free.
The cost of a ticket to park on campus is still to be confirmed, more information will available here as soon as possible. The cost of a parking ticket will be kept as low as possible, so that it is affordable for our students.
Parking on campus for students with a temporary or permanent mobility impairment is free.
Yes. On weekdays at 4.30pm, students may park on campus. Cars must be off campus again by 8.30am the following morning. Students may also park at Froebel, Digby Stuart, Southlands, Whitelands and Mount Clare from Friday at 4.30pm through to Monday at 8.30am.