Undergraduate Student Permits

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Summer Parking (June - August)

Parking permits are available for students living or working on campus during summer.

 

Summer parking permissions

On weekdays between 7 AM and 4 PM: Undergraduate summer parking permits will be valid for Lot 19, near the Graduate College only. Frequent TigerTransit service (Route 1 and Weekend Shopper) is available between the Graduate College and other campus neighborhoods. 

After 4 PM on weekdays and any time on weekends and University holidays: All numbered and unrestricted lots and garages on campus are available unless reserved for event parking.

How to activate a summer parking permit

  1. Use your University credentials to log into the University's online parking portal
  2. Select "Get Permit" from the top menu. 
  3. Select the term "Undergraduate & Summer Research Parking" and click "Next".
  4. Select the permit "Lot 19" and click "Next".
  5. If you do not have your vehicle registered with the University, please have your license plate information on hand to do so during Step 3 by licking on the plus "+" button above the vehicle tab.
  6. Complete the remaining steps in the check-out process. Please note, there is no fee for an Undergraduate & Summer Research Parking permit. 

For more detailed instructions, please see the Parking Portal Guide.


Academic Year Parking (August - May)

Undergraduates are eligible for campus parking permits by exemption only.

Undergraduate students facing an extraordinary hardship, medical condition, or disability or who otherwise demonstrate a compelling need for a personal vehicle may apply for a permit. A “compelling need” is generally defined by necessary and frequent travel that cannot be accommodated by University, commercial, regional, or local transit options.  Exemptions do not mean proximal parking – parking permits will be assigned to lots on the periphery of campus. Having a permit in a previous year does not guarantee a permit will be renewed, student must apply for a parking exemption each year.

Please note that you are not permitted to bring your car to campus until the request process is complete and if approved, the permit has been issued by Transportation and Parking Services (TPS). Enrolled students are not considered visitors and will be cited if found using visitor permits.


Permit exception requests

Requests submitted after July 15 will not be reviewed until after September 15.

Need vehicle access to Elm Drive?

Outside of Move-In/Move-Out and the start/end of University class breaks (Fall, Winter, Spring), vehicle access past the guard booth and onto Elm Drive is by approval only. Request Elm Drive access at least 2 business days in advance.

Please note that Lyft, Uber, and other taxi services are never permitted past the Elm Drive guard booth. Click to see recommended drop-off and pick-up locations.

 

Student Discount for NJ Transit Monthly Passes

Purchase a rail, bus, or light rail monthly pass for 25% off to get to campus for classes or to get from campus to an unpaid internship.

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