Boca Raton, Florida — Fifteen parking lots and two decks comprise the 9,000+ parking spaces on the campus of Florida Atlantic University, the latest property added to the AAA Parking operations portfolio, officials announced today.
This sunny east coast public university, commonly referred to as FAU or Florida Atlantic, is located in Boca Raton, with multiple satellite campuses in various other cities around the southern half of Florida. FAU has grown significantly since its humble beginnings in 1964 with less than 900 students. Current annual enrollment now approaches 30,000 students and the school offers over 147 different bachelors, masters and doctoral degree programs as well as graduate programs.
The Florida Atlantic Owls boasts 18 varsity sports teams that compete in the NCAA's Division I Sun Belt Conference. The Owls Football Stadium opened last year and offers over 30,000 seats, luxury boxes and state-of-the-art amenities.
Various parking options will be provided to fans, including standard vehicle parking, RV/motorhome parking, handicapped accessible and valet parking to those with special permits. All parking options may be reserved and pre-paid online through AAAParking.com, FAUsports.com, and ParkWhiz.com.
“We are ecstatic to be operating for Florida Atlantic University and our entire team looks forward to interacting with FAU fans on gameday,” said AAA Parking Vice President, Bryan DeCort.
AAA Parking begins operations August 31 as the FAU Owls host Wagner for an 8pm game. For tickets or additional information on parking, visit fausports.com.
About AAA Parking
AAA Parking operates parking services for over 200 properties located in 17 metropolitan markets across the country, from Miami to Los Angeles. The company also operates numerous office towers, stadiums, hospitals, convention centers, public parking garages and surface lots, and event facilities, as well as 150 private events annually.
AAA Parking was founded in 1956 and is a subsidiary company of Atlanta-based real estate company, Selig Enterprises.