Lot C is ordinarily a reserved lot requring a special type of Faculty/Staff permit, however there are two electric vehicle charging spaces that can be used by anyone with an electric vehicle and a valid permit of any kind. These spaces are first come, first served.
These spots are not owned by Parking Services, so inquiries should be directed to the Office of Sustainability.
Parking Services provides free motorist assistance on campus to our patrons. Services include jump starts and unlocks. Please call (859) 572-5505 during office hours. After office hours please call us at (859) 572-5500.
If there is an urgent need for assistance, call the University Police at: 911 or (859) 572-7777.
Report other accidents or incidents to the University Police Department at: (859) 572-5500.
Whether you’re a student, visitor or employee, we want you to feel welcome at Northern Kentucky University. Our student ambassadors are trained to help with directions, transportation assistance, and a general knowledge of the university.
Please note that we do our best to provide courtesy transporation to those in need, however due to limited resources, this is not a guarantee. In addition, if the university is closed, so are we.
Please call the Parking Services front desk for ambassador assistance at (859) 572-5505.
The NKU Shuttle is a convenient way to get to various on and near-campus locations, such as the off-campus residences, and is usable for free. The shuttle route can be found to the left.
The shuttle operates when school is in session and a detailed schedule can be found here.
All NKU students, faculty, and staff ride any TANK route for free! Swipe your valid NKU All Card when boarding, save money, and travel greener!
Bus 25 will run to campus every 25 minutes from early morning to 8pm and then every 40 minutes to after midnight. Route 25X will operate at rush hours. Route 35X and 16, which previously ran to NKU/Highland Heights, will no longer do so.
Visit TANK's website for more schedules and other information.
Gotcha Bike offers a healthy, fun and affordable way to get around Northern Kentucky University. Riders can find and reserve the GPS-enabled bicycles using a web browser or mobile device. Each hour is $1 up to a maximum of $25 per day. You will need an account with Gotcha Bike to use the bikes, and you can sign up at the following link:
The lightweight and extremely durable bikes feature rustproof frames, Kevlar seats, chainless belt drives and puncture-resistant tires, and were all made in the USA. For more information about the bikes, please see the following fact sheet:
After your trip, make sure to socialize your ride, sharing miles traveled, CO2 reduced, calories burned and money saved versus driving.