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Men's Basketball

Parking around the John Paul Jones Arena has been sold to Virginia Athletics Foundation donors.

Priority Parking

The Emmet/Ivy garage is open for men's basketball parking. The garage will be available to basketball fans 90 minutes before the game begins. Individuals holding a regular permit for the garage can park at no additional charge. The cost for non-permit holders to park is $5 per vehicle. Traffic exiting the garage will be routed west on Ivy Road.

Fans may also utilize the parking lots at North Grounds. This parking is free to the public and is available on a first come, first served basis. It is about a 20 minute walk to the John Paul Jones Arena from this location.

Limited parking is available at the John Paul Jones lots for fans with disabilities (DMV placard required). All reserved parking adjacent to the arena is available only to qualified Virginia Athletics Foundation donors.

Women's Basketball
All reserved parking adjacent to the John Paul Jones Arena, including the arena parking garage, is available only to qualified Virginia Athletics Foundation donors. All other parking in University Hall lots is free to the public. Parking is designated at for fans with disabilities (DMV placard required).

Fans may also utilize the parking lots at North Grounds. This parking is free to the public and is available on a first come, first served basis. It is about a 20 minute walk to the John Paul Jones Arena from this location.

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