Special Parking Accommodations
Permits for the 2022-2023 academic year will be available online beginning July 2022.
For information about the start of permit sales for the various permit types <CLICK HERE>
To park in ADA designated stalls, faculty, staff and students must provide a state-issued handicap hangtag.
Students and faculty/staff must register their vehicles with the Department of Parking and Transportation and obtain an appropriate parking permit.
All individuals with handicap hangtags may park in any non-reserved spaces, including faculty/staff and student spots.
One may park in an ADA designated space or any other valid space on campus that is not otherwise marked with a University parking permit and ADA hangtag.
Blue diagonal lines adjacent to handicap spaces, blue wheelchair ramps and blue curbs ARE NOT handicap spaces. Vehicles parked in these areas are illegally parked and will be ticketed even if the handicap hangtag is visible.
Visitors to campus with handicap hangtags must still purchase a visitor parking pass. Passes are available at the Welcome Center on University Avenue or at the Parking and Transportation’s main office. For more information regarding this please see the Visitor Webpage.
Short-term Medical (30 days or less)
Obtain an authorization slip for short-term medical hangtag from V.B. Harrison Health Center.
Present authorization slip to Department of Parking and Transportation for short-term medical hangtag.
STUDENTS – A short-term medical hangtag permits students to park in faculty/staff or commuter parking spots, but not designated handicap parking or reserved parking stalls.
Long-term Medical (More than 30 days)
If the need for special parking exceeds 30 days, contact a State/County Tax Collector Office to receive a state-issued temporary (less than 6 months, generally) handicap permit. The state issued hangtag will enable you to park in handicap and other parking spaces on campus as long as you also purchase an appropriate University parking permit as well.