Parking and Transportation

Vendor, Business, and Contractor Parking

The Office of Parking and Transportation requires the purchase and display of a parking permit for all vendor and contractor vehicles, both privately and company owned, that park on-campus.

Visitors Permit $5
30-day Permit $25
60-day Permit $50
90-day Permit $75



If a vendor or contractor’s business on campus is of a daily and ongoing nature that exceeds 90 days, vendor or contractor will not be issued permits but will be required to purchase a digital parking permit.


Vendor delivery vehicles may use loading docks and employee spots up to two hours as the primary places for deliveries while performing their service. Vendor vehicles that need temporary access to land–locked buildings may drive on designated sidewalks and park in designated pull–off areas. While designated sidewalks may be used to access land–locked buildings, no parking is permitted on any roadway, sidewalk, or turf.


Enforcement and Implementation

Parking tickets will be issued for rule violations. Repeated violations and/or failure to pay past fines may result in wheel booting or towing. All other university parking rules and regulations are in effect with these permits (e.g., no overnight parking).    

Parking Quick Guide

  • Permits are required to park on-campus from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday–Friday unless signed otherwise. Parking regulations are always in effect, including when classes are not in session.
  • All tickets are payable within 10 calendar days of ticket issuance. After 10 days, a $10 late fee is added to the citation fine.
  • Vehicles that receive five or more tickets in any one semester will be booted. There is a $35 boot removal fee. Individuals must contact the Office of Parking and Transportation to make arrangements for boot removal.
  • Appeals must be made in writing on a Office of Parking and Transportation Appeals Form within 10 calendar days of ticket issuance. Failure to formally appeal a citation within 10 days of ticket issuance negates any right to further address the violation.
  • Parking in areas other than parking lots will require Vendor, Contractor permits 24 hours a day, seven days a week.