Directions & Parking

UWM at Washington County
400 University Drive,
West Bend, WI 53095


From the North on US 45

Take US 45 South to WI 33, turn right (west) 1 block to University Drive. Turn left (south) and continue to UWM at Washington County.

From the South on US 45

Take US 45 North to WI 33, turn left 1 block (west) to University Dr.
Turn left (south) on University Drive and continue approximately 3 blocks to UWM at Washington County.

From the East on WI 33

Take WI 33 through West Bend. University Drive is approximately 1 block past the junction with Hwy. 45. Turn south (left) on University Dr., and continue approximately 3 blocks to UWM at Washington Countyy.

From the West on WI 33

Take WI 33 to University Dr., turn right (south)
and continue to UWM at Washington County.


The campus has one large student parking lot (located to your immediate right as you enter the campus drive) and two visitor parking lots. Parking restrictions are in effect year round.

Student Parking

Student parking permits for the lower student lot are $25 per semester (non-refundable). The permit is hung from the rear view mirror. Vehicles parked in areas that are not marked or without a tag are subject to a fine by the West Bend Police Department. To obtain a student parking permit, please visit the student affairs office during normal hours.  Download the pdf files (below) for complete parking rules/regulations and parking fine appeal form.

Parking Rules & Regulations     How to File an Appeal Form

Visitor Parking

Two visitor parking lots are located at the top of the drive as you enter the campus. The larger lot is located south of the main entrance. A second smaller lot is located to the east of the circle drive (theatre entrance).

Visitors to the campus during the hours of 7am to 6pm may use one of six visitor parking spaces located in the larger lot if they are visiting for less than an hour. For visits longer than one hour, visitors should stop in the main office to obtain a parking pass. The visitor pass should be displayed on the dashboard. (Unauthorized vehicles are subject to a $25 fine by the local police.)

Handicapped Parking

Vehicles exhibiting a handicapped license may park in any of the handicapped parking stalls, located in both of the visitor parking lots. Entrance doors to the campus are equipped with automatic entry buttons and two elevators allow access to the second and third floors.

Questions? For unanswered questions about parking, please phone the campus at 262-335-5200.