2023 Student Permit Dates
|Group||Summer Permits||How to Obtain||Deadline|
|April 4||Non-Dorm Residents
with S Permits
|S (garages)||Renew / Transfer Request||April 14 at 5 p.m.|
|ongoing||Non-Dorm Residents||S (garages)||Enter Waitlist||See S Permit page|
|April 28||Students (Non-Dorm
Residents & Dorm Residents)
|R & S (remaining garages)||Buy||ongoing|
Permits can be purchased and renewed online through My Parking Profile. To select the permit you want to purchase or renew:
- Select the Cars section/tab.
- Select the permit to purchase/renew by clicking the Buy [permit type] button. Please be aware that multiple permits will appear. Verify you selected the correct permit before completing purchase.
There is no permit to display. Your license plate registration will be used to determine permit status.
If your summer permit includes garage access, you will be able to obtain your summer 2023 QR code starting May 1. The new permit becomes valid on May 8, 2023.
M Permit Renewals
If you have an M permit (motorcycle/moped) in addition to a C, C+, D, D+, or S car permit, please renew your car permit first. Once your car permit has been renewed, your M permit for the 2022-23 year can be renewed at no cost beginning August 10, 2022.
To check your license plate registrations through My Parking Profile:
- Go to the Cars (or Motorcycles) section/tab.
- Scroll down to License Plate [license plate #].
- Edit or remove the car (or motorcycle) as necessary.
- To add a car (or motorcycle), click the + Register a new car (or motorcycle) button at the top.
You may register up to three vehicles, but only one registered plate can be parked on campus at any given time. Failure to register your plate may result in citations.
If You Have Citations
You will not be able to renew your permit until all outstanding citations are paid. You can access citations attached to your record as well as pay for them through My Parking Profile.
Payments can be made with American Express, Discover, MasterCard, or Visa. There is no service charge for using this option. You may also elect to add your permit to your What I Owe bill, which allows for payment by credit card, eCheck, and electronic funds transfer (EFT). If you use What I Owe as a payment method, you must pay the full parking balance before the start of the fall semester. Failure to pay may result in forfeiture of the permit, a financial bar, or both.