Permit General Regulations
- Parking permits are issued on an academic year basis. New academic year parking permits must be displayed beginning August 1st.
- Display window cling permits on the driver's side of the windshield above the inspection sticker. Hang tag permits must be hung on the rearview mirror. Do not leave the permit on the dash. Motorcycle permits must be placed on the left fork.
- The permit may be used on any vehicle operated by the permit holder and registered to the permit.
- No person may purchase more than one permit.
- If a permit is forgotten or otherwise unavailable, a temporary permit must be obtained from Transportation Services.
- If the permit holder's status changes and a parking permit is no longer required, the permit holder may eligible for a refund on the unused period for which the permit was issued.
- Falsifying personal, vehicle, or permit registered information, unauthorized use of any parking permit, display of photocopies or other objects in lieu of authorized permits, or unauthorized modification of parking permit will result in a parking citation, vehicle immobilization device and/or disciplinary referral, as appropriate.
Permits may not be sold, transferred, or loaned
- The permit holder is responsible for any citations issued to a vehicle displaying the permit.
- Persons who carpool may share the same permit; however, each car included in the car pool must be registered to the permit. In the event of a violation, the parking violation will be charged to the permit.
- Payroll deduction is required for full-time University employees.
- Nine-month and ten-month employees are considered full-time and as such are responsible for the full 12-months of payroll deductions for the parking permit if possession of the parking permit is maintained for the months that are not worked.
- Student's purchasing a permit will normally be charged to their account.
- University departments may use inter-departmental transfers to purchase permits.
- For all others, permits may be purchased with cash, check, credit or debit card. These fees are non-refundable.