Parking Permits

New Parking Policy for 2024-25

There have been significant changes in parking areas this year, so be sure to look over your new parking map to ensure you are in the right place.

The university parking registration fee has been incorporated into the Student Fee, so students will no longer need to pay an additional out-of-pocket fee to register their vehicle. Students bringing a vehicle to campus must still register their vehicle and obtain a parking permit.

Important Change this year.

All Students, Staff, and Faculty must register their vehicles this year and update their status. All residents, staff, and faculty with a current permit will keep that permit.

First-time registrants may order a resident parking permit or a commuter permit as applicable. 

If you have a permit from last year and DID change vehicles or housing you must register again for a replacement permit. Contact with the following information.
  • Vehicle Make, Model, Year, Color, License Plate and VIN.
  • You may also come by the CPS office and register in person. 212 Carlton Way 

Vehicles must be parked in the lots assigned to their permit designation. That means resident permits may only park in resident lots, and commuter permits may only park in commuter lots.

Parking Permits

Parking Permit Placement

Staff (Full-Time Faculty, Adjunct Faculty, Staff)

Adjuncts Who Are Coaching Assistants, Teaching Assistants, Current Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate Students

Type of Permits

Commuter (Gold Permit)

Resident (Blue Permit)

Graduate (Green Permit)

Parking is designated around the Roberts Center

Temporary Permits

Visitor Permits

Good Neighbor Parking Permit

Campus Public Safety is not responsible for parking information you receive from anyone but us.

Contact us at 503-554-2090 or

The Campus Public Safety office is located at 212 Carlton Way, next to Weesner House.