Permits or parking passes are required

A permit or parking pass is required to park in any parking lot on campus – this includes all visitors. 

Students, faculty and staff may purchase parking for fall and spring semesters via our online portal.

Visitors may purchase a daily parking pass through our online portal or pay for hourly parking at a designated parking kiosk in our pay-to-park lots.


Your license plate is your permit (after it is registered and the permit fee is paid).  Your license plate must be 100% accurate, or you may receive a ticket.

Purchasing a parking permit does not guarantee a parking space, but affords the permit holder an opportunity to park in authorized parking areas when a space is available. Please see the campus parking map for parking options specific to your permit. Parking in lots NOT specific to your permit may result in parking citations.

Vehicle Registration

License plate information is required for all annual permits. Please have this information available when you order your permit online. 

  • Only 1 vehicle is allowed on each of the following permits, Resident Hall Permits, Commuter Permits, Resident Hall Reserved Permits and Value Permits.
  • For multiple car households(siblings, step-siblings etc.) from same household, contact the Parking Manager to allow for more than 1 vehicle per permit.
  • If you change vehicles, get new license plates etc, YOU are responsible for updating your permit with the current plate number. Failure to do so may result in a parking citation.

When and where is parking enforced?

All lots are enforced from 6 am until 6 pm, Monday through Friday (unless otherwise posted). 

Resident Hall Reserved Lots and Retail lots (Lucero apts/suites retail area) are enforced 24/7 – including weekends!!

Pay to Park, Retail parking, Resident Hall Reserved lots, Reserved Lots, loading zones, handicapped spaces and fire lanes are enforced all year, even during college breaks (Move-in/Move-out).

Parking System Procedures

Statement of Authority: These rules shall be in effect from July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2023.