The campus parking system is a self-supporting enterprise. We receive no state appropriations, as state policy prohibits the use of tax dollars to support the system. Therefore, all parking expenses are paid by parking permits and fees purchased by students, faculty, staff, visitors and others who park on campus. Parking fees are established to provide sufficient annual revenue to cover the cost of repairing and operating parking lots as well as constructing new spaces. In order to keep those fees as inexpensive and equitable as possible, all users including those who work here share the costs.
Parking permits are granted for the purpose of transportation to and from campus only. Overnight parking on campus is prohibited unless you are a campus resident student with the appropriate permit.
Hourly parking is available for $1.50 per hour, and range from 2-4 hours. Please note there are 15, 30, and 45-minute meters in some locations available for quick errands, and they are strictly enforced. Meters are located throughout the campus for your convenience and are enforced Monday - Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Fridays from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Daily and hourly parking permits
If you need to visit campus frequently, you may want to purchase an annual, semester or monthly parking permit from the Parking and Transportation Services Department. If your visits to campus are less frequent, you may obtain a daily permit. The daily permit prices are listed below.
- $3 - Green and Blue Zones
- $5 - West Stadium Parking Complex
Daily Permit dispensers are located on the top level of the West Stadium Parking Complex. These machines take cash and debit or credit cards. Daily permit prices decrease after 3:30 p.m. to $3 for the West Stadium Parking Complex.
Hourly permit dispensers are located on the 1st level of the Brian Whalen Parking Complex. Hourly parking is $1.50 per hour with 4 hours maximum time limit. These machines take cash and debit or credit cards. Hourly parking is on the first level only. Parking on other levels or ramps, or going over the purchased time, may result in a citation.
Deliveries (permit required)
Deliveries may be made free of charge at any loading zone located throughout campus. In order to receive the free 15-minute parking at the loading zone, make sure that the handle on the loading zone meter is turned. Service Vehicle spaces may also be used; however, you must first obtain a FREE temporary Service Vehicle Parking Permit. Service Vehicle permits are available at the Parking and Transportation Services office, and are valid for 30 minutes.