Last March, due to the coronavirus pandemic and remote work / learning for most of the campus community, the university temporarily suspended charging parking permit holders.
As the university reopens for the fall semester, Parking Services will resume its normal operations, including billing permit holders and enforcing regulations.
Faculty and staff who hold parking permits can expect to start getting charged again beginning Tuesday, Sept. 1. This will happen automatically for those who currently have a permit.
Employee parkers who wish to keep their existing parking location assignments will not be required to submit a renewal application. Those employees will be automatically re-registered for the lot or structure in which they currently park.
Permits can be canceled at any time. A daily rate for structured parking is available for those coming to campus infrequently and want to park in the structures.
Employees who would like to change their parking assignment should simply email Parking Services to request a new lot or structure. Parking assignment changes will be considered in the same manner as in the past, and Parking Services cannot guarantee requested changes will be honored.
Those who are not on campus this semester: Faculty and staff who are not on campus this semester due to remote work or learning, can cancel your permit to avoid the monthly charge. The deadline to contact the Parking Office to cancel a permit for the September billing period is Monday, Aug. 24
Please note that faculty/staff will need to reapply for a permit to resume use of campus parking.
IMPORTANT: Faculty and staff who cancel their permits will retain their parking seniority status, which will be taken into account when they submit a new application to resume parking on campus.
Additionally, Parking Services has resumed enforcing parking regulations (i.e. checking permits, monitoring parked vehicles in certain zones). Those who will park in and around campus this semester should re-familiarize themselves with the university’s parking rules and regulations.