New university license plates
Sunday, August 2, 2015 10:00 AM
Colorado Mesa University alumni, supporters, students and employees have another way to show their Maverick pride — CMU license plates are now available to Colorado motorists through their local clerk and recorder’s office.
The new plate replaces the previously issued Mesa State College license plates and sports the current Maverick head logo.
There is a one-time $50 fee to motorists ordering the specialty plate. The Mesa County Clerk and Recorder’s office encourages those wishing to order the plates to do so when their current plate expires. The plates are not kept in stock and will be mailed to those who order it. The clerk’s office issues a 60-day temporary permit when a plate is ordered. Delivery time for the plate is estimated at one to three weeks.
Current CMU students and employees who have purchased one of the new license plates may be eligible for a $50 credit on a parking pass. Parking Services requires registration and a photo of the plate, and will then issue the credit to the purchaser’s account after the permit has been ordered.
If you just can’t wait for a CMU plate, it is possible to order the plates and have most license fees prorated, though there are some lesser fees that can’t be refunded or prorated. Learn more about the CMU license plate.
Dana Nunn, Director of Media Relations