photo of Lot 55 - Hancher Commuter Lot

Lot Number

Lot 55


300 North Riverside Drive

Facility Map

See the parking map for facility location. The Hancher Parking Lot is located west of Hancher Auditorium. The lot extends from Levitt Center for University Advancement on the north to the Theater Building on the south.


Schedules and information about CAMBUS routes that serve the Hancher Parking Lot can be found in the Arts Campus and Hancher Parking Lot section of the CAMBUS Routes, Schedules and Maps page. Information about late night service to faculty and staff parking lots can be found on the nighttime transportation page.

Hours of Enforcement

7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday

Permit Information

Employees can find Lot 55 Hancher Commuter permit information on the Employee Parking page. Students can find Lot 55 Hancher Commuter permit information on the Student Parking page.

Facility Features

ADA Parking: Permit ADA parking stalls are located north of the south bus shelter.

Bike Parking: Bike racks are provided near the south bus shelter.

Electric Vehicle Charging: 2 stalls coming in fall 2022

Motorcycle Parking: N/A

Public Meter / Mobile Payment Zone Parking: Public meter and mobile payment parking is available in the northeast corner of the lot.

  • Zone 5110, located in the northeast corner of the lot just south of Levitt, is a 4 hour time limit zone.
  • Zone 5133, located just south of Hancher Auditorium, is a 1 hour time limit zone.
  • Meter and mobile payment rates can be found on the Rates page.

Bus Shelter: There are two bus shelters located in the lot. The shelters have on demand heat available November – March. CAMBUS provides service to both shelters.

Facility Assistance

Call Parking Dispatch at 319-335-8312 to:

  • Report malfunctioning equipment, broken doors, or sign, light and other issues.
  • Request Motorist Assistance for a jump start or vehicle locate.

Call the Department of Public Safety at (non-emergency) 319-335-5022 to:

  • Report vehicle damage that may have occurred in the facility.
  • Locked keys in vehicles.
Call 911 for emergencies.