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Fall Directions and Parking

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Directions and Parking

Parking and Shuttle Route Map


There are several options for entering Coastal Carolina University: 

  • Motorists traveling from Conway or the Surfside area should enter CCU from S.C. 544 and turn onto University Blvd., and follow the posted signs to Commencement parking areas.
  • Motorists traveling from Myrtle Beach on U.S. 501 should turn left onto University Blvd., and follow the posted signs to Commencement parking areas.
  • Motorists traveling from Conway on 501 should turn right onto University Blvd., and follow the posted signs to Commencement parking areas.


Parking is complimentary and no permits are needed. You may use any legal parking space except those reserved for graduates, VIP's, Faculty, commencement staff and disabled parking. Parking attendants will be on hand to help assist with parking in reserved areas on campus. Commencement is a very well-attended event; therefore, most campus parking will be full. In addition, the ceremony will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. The earlier you arrive to campus, the better your choice of parking and seating.  

Accessible Parking and Mobility Assistance 

Disabled parking for the commencement ceremony will be located in the front of HTC Center. Parking attendants will be able to provide directions to drivers needing accessible parking. A state issued handicap tag is required for disabled parking.  


Continuous, complimentary shuttle service from parking areas to the HTC Center will be available. Guests are urged to use the shuttle service. Shuttles are wheelchair accessible. 

For the return trip, passengers may board the shuttles at the HTC Center turn out. Please be aware that the length of time for the shuttles to return to this area may vary according to the amount of traffic along the route.