The type of permit that a student qualifies for is determined by student status and address. Falsification of information may lead to fines and denial of parking privileges.
Please note: We enforce parking regulations on campus much like any city. The fines assessed for parking violations can be costly. For example, the fine for parking in a handicap space without the proper permit displayed is $250, as set by state law! Please be careful to park in the appropriate lot and follow the parking regulations.
+ Yellow Parking Permit: Available to commuting students. Commuting students are students not living in university housing. Additional parking is available after 4:00 p.m. in blue lots that are designated by a white circle on the map. A reserved parking space may be available for an additional fee.
+ Orange Parking Permit: Available to students living in university-owned housing on a first-come, first-served basis until limit is obtained. A reserved parking space may be available for an additional fee. These permits are available as window decals only. Orange permit holders are restricted from parking and idling east of Annie Glidden Road, Monday-Friday from 7:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
+ Brown Parking Permit: Evening/Limited Parking available to any student not living in university-owned housing. Additional parking is available after 4:00 p.m. in blue lots that are designated by a white circle on the map.
+ Green Parking Permit: Remote parking for students, located on west campus, at a less expensive fee. These permits are available as window decals only. Green permit holders are restricted from parking and idling east of Annie Glidden Road, Monday-Friday from 7:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
+ Motorcycle Permit: Motorcycle permit are required for any motorcycle/scooter parked on campus. An annual motorcycle permit may be purchased at the discount rate for those with a valid vehicle permit (blue, purple, brown, green, orange or yellow). Motorcycles have to be parked in designated motorcycle parking areas only.
+ Special Medical Permits: Students requiring special parking accommodations due to temporary medical reasons must complete the application for Special Parking Privileges. This form can be accessed online or in person at Campus Parking Services. A note from a physician is required in order to be considered for approval. The physician will determine the special parking privileges and duration to be granted on a semester by semester basis.
+ Special Medical Parking Permission Permits: Your physician must determine the special parking privilege and duration to be granted on a semester by semester basis. Students who meet the Secretary of State's requirements and have obtained handicapped license plates or placards may be issued special medical parking permission with a copy of the placard or license registration.
+ Special Permission Permits: Students requiring special parking accommodations due to extenuating circumstances, but not health related, may file a Special Parking Permission Appeal at Campus Parking Services. These appeals will be reviewed by the Parking Appeals Committee. The decisions of the Parking Appeals Committee are final. Campus Parking Services may assess a $15 fee for each special parking permission permit it grants.