- Once a temporary permit is obtained, please display it in plain view on the dashboard of the vehicle on the driver’s side. Failure to display the permit may result in the issuance of a citation.
- Parking permits issued do not entitle or authorize parking in spaces marked for handicapped persons.
- Altering or counterfeiting temporary permits is punishable by state law. Issuance of a citation and/or towing may result.
All vehicles on campus must display a valid parking pass. To obtain a parking permit for guests OTHER than those attending an event, please direct your guests to go to the locations as outlined below:
Upon arrival on campus, all visitors (including guests of students, faculty, staff, contractors, and vendors) can report to the Information Booth for parking instructions and permits. The Information Booth is located near Paul Loser Hall and is staffed Mondays through Thursdays from 8am to 8pm and Fridays from 8am to 5pm during the Academic Year. Should the Information Booth is closed, visitors must report to Campus Police.
Campus Police is available 24 hours a day, seven days per week for the issuance of visitor permits. Campus Police is located in the Administrative Services Building on the first floor. They can be contacted at (609) 771-2167 or (609) 771-2345.
Loading, Unloading, Pick-Up, Drop-Off
If you or your guest(s) are picking up or dropping off materials, a perking permit is neede to park in front or behind a facility — even for “just a few minutes.” Temporary permits may be obtained from Campus Police or the Office of Student Accounts for loading, unloading, pick-up and drop-off in otherwise “no parking” areas with the exception of the following areas: fire hydrants or zones, handicapped spaces, walkways or by dumpsters. This type of permit will be valid for a maximum of one hour, unless otherwise specified on the temporary permit.