Graduate Student Permits

The entrance to the Lakeside parking garage, next to one of the Lakeside apartment buildings.

Commuter and residential permits

Vehicles parked on campus without a current parking permit may be cited. Please make sure your vehicle is registered and attached to your active permit.

Commuting students are welcome to register multiple vehicles to a permit, however, only one vehicle may be parked on campus at any time. Campus residents may purchase additional permits for use in residential lots.

Permits and vehicles need to be renewed once a year. 2023-2024 permits will be available to activate on the MyTransportation portal through March 31, 2024. Starting April 1, 2024, please contact The Service Point for assistance.

Graduate student parking FAQ

Portal How-To

Learn how to manage your permit, vehicles, or commuter benefits with the My Transportation guide.


Campus construction impacts

Although each project is exciting and will advance the mission of the University, construction will temporarily impact parking and campus bike and pedestrian paths. Transportation and Parking Services is working closely with the Office of Capital Projects, the Office of the University Architect, the Office of Disability Services, and many other partners to maintain safe and accessible routes.  

Learn more about University capital projects