The Gund Institute is conveniently located with easy access to parking for employees, students, and visitors.

Parking at the University of Vermont is managed by UVM Transportation and Parking Services.

UVM Student and Employee Parking

UVM students and employees can request permits through UVM Transportation and Parking Services to park in designated lots across campus.

Before parking, please ensure that you possess the correct color permit. Permits accepted at the two closest lots to Farrell Hall are as follows: 

  • Trinity Upper Parking Lot: resident purple, resident black, faculty/staff white, faculty/staff green
  • Delehanty North Lot: faculty/staff white, faculty/staff green

For additional parking options, see the UVM TPS interactive parking map.

Employees: For more information or to request a parking permit, visit the UVM TPS Employee Parking page

Students: For more information or to request a parking permit, visit the UVM TPS Student parking page.

Visitor Parking

Visitor parking at UVM is managed by UVM Transportation and Parking services. Before you park, visit the UVM TPS Visitor Parking page for information about lot locations, hours, and payment through the ParkMobile app. 

The closest visitor parking spaces to the Gund Institute are located in the Trinity Upper Lot and Mann South Visitor Lot.  

Disabled Parking

In accordance with the American with Disabilities Act as amended, UVM reserves parking spaces on campus for individuals with disabilities. Parking in these spaces is always free with a valid disabled placard issued by any state.

Disabled UVM students, faculty, staff, vendors, and affiliates are required to register their placard, license plate(s), and vehicle with Transportation and Parking Services.

For more information about disabled parking, visit the UVM TPS Disabled Parking Page.

Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging

A limited number of EV charging stations are available in the Mann South Visitor Lot.