COVID-19 parking and transit updates
Beginning fall semester 2021, Transportation Services transitions to virtual permit parking.
Cameras and license plate recognition software will be used to verify parking permissions. Your license plate serves as your permit, rather than a hangtag.
Customers with virtual permits must register their license plate, pay for parking permissions, and display their license plate toward the driving aisle.
No, there is no advantage to registering earlier in the registration process.
All customers who register by
will be sorted according to the University Parking Priority Policy.
Assignments will be made
July 8–July 9.
Outside of Annual Permit Registration, you may purchase a permit from those lots available and add yourself to one or more waitlists for your preferred lot(s).
Night and Motorcycle permits are always available and may be purchased online beginning
University employees may contact their Departmental Parking Representative to request a permit.
After registration closes, customers may add themselves to certain wait lists beginning
Certain lots will no longer be available because the lists created during registration are already so lengthy that we are unable to fulfill those requests.
Any wait list requests received after registration has closed will be added to the bottom of the existing waiting lists.
Wait List requests received after registration closes will not be processed prior to
September 3, 2021,
which is the first wait list move of the 2021–2022 permit year.
Wait lists are processed throughout the academic year and progress can be checked at My Account.
If your name comes up on the wait list, we will notify you by email with instructions on how to purchase or switch permits.