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Other Parking Permits

Motorcycle (Includes Moped and Scooter)     Permit: MC

Motorcycles require a permit to park on campus. All such vehicles using a Motorcycle permit shall only park in designated motorcycle stalls/areas.

Motorcycle permits and rules apply to all motorcycles, mopeds, mini-bikes, dirt-bikes, motor scooters, and motorized bicycles.

Motorcycle/moped/scooter parking is included with any resident permit. As moped/scooters frequently have no license plate, a Transportation Services issued decal is required.

Do not park these vehicles in or near bicycle racks, chained to lamps posts, trees, etc. If found chained or parked on a sidewalk, the vehicle will be impounded by the Transportation Services office. Cost of the chain, lock, etc. shall not be reimbursed or replaced by the University. Motorcycle parking is prohibited* from November 15 to March 1.

Motorcycle permits are only available for purchase at the Transportation Services office.

*These stalls are closed to all commuters during this interval. No non-motorcycle parking any time.

 

 

Temporary Month-  Day - $2.50/day

Temporary permits are only valid for Standard Commuter and Economy Commuter lots.

Temporary parking permits are issued exclusively at the Transportation Services office.

 

 

Gold Key Permit: GK

Special benefit provided to individuals who provided a service to the University and have retired. Gold Key permits are valid for all Standard Commuter and Economy Commuter lots.

To apply for an annual Gold Key permit, please contact the Transportation Services office.

Upon reemployment, all Gold Key permit holders must return their Gold Key permit and purchase a parking permit of their choice.

 

 

Miller Wellness Center Permit: WC

This permit is only valid for designated Miller Wellness Center parking stalls. These spaces are enforced from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on weekdays.

University employees and students may not use a Miller Wellness Center permit to park in the Miller Wellness Center parking stalls in order to attend class or work. This includes students and employees who work in the Miller Wellness Center.