Student - C

Central Campus Surface Lot Parking

Student - C

Central Campus Surface Lot Parking

C

Central Campus

  • Permit Year - 2020-2021
  • Annual Cost - $405.24
  • Monthly Cost - $33.77

Eligibility

This permit is available to commuter students Rank 3 (at least 60 completed credit hours) or higher. Student permit eligibility is determined by the university.

Permit Perks

  • Proximate Access: The C permit provides access to 73 surface lots on Central Campus during peak hours (5 a.m. - 4 p.m. on weekdays).
  • Cost-effective: The C permit is the cheapest permit option that provides access to Central Campus during peak hours.
  • Eligible for the Student Payment Plan: Check out the expanded Student Payment Plan.

Parking Access

During campus-wide events like football games or concerts, an annual access keycard grants free access to all public day-of-event surface lots and garages.

  • Present your annual access keycard for no-cost entry into surface lots being sold at an event rate, regardless of final destination.
  • If your permit normally provides access to the garage that is being sold at an event rate, you may use your annual access keycard to enter the garage at no cost.
  • Keep your annual access keycard available year-round: If you do not have your annual access keycard, you mu will be required to pay the nonrefundable event parking rate to enter the facility.
Paid Hourly With Payment
Accessible No Access
State Vehicle No Access
Reserved Spaces No Access

Peak: 5 a.m. - 4 p.m. Weekdays
Off-Peak: 4 p.m. - 3 a.m. Weekdays, All Day Weekends
Overnight: 3 a.m. - 5 a.m.

Permit-specific surface lot access information is available here.

Reminders for Permit Holders

We use license plate recognition technology to ensure that parked vehicles have valid permits and are parked in the appropriate areas. It's important to keep your vehicle license plate information current at all times. 

  • Up to two vehicles may be linked to a permit, but only one vehicle may be parked on campus at a time.
  • Paid hourly parking or a valid visitor permit is required for an additional linked vehicle to be parked on campus simultaneously.
  • Permit holders are responsible for ensuring license plate information is correct. Failure to do so may result in citations.

If you need to leave your car parked on campus for an extended period of time, contact us to get prior authorization.

Vehicles parked in one area for more than 72 consecutive hours without prior authorization will be cited as abandoned and relocated at the owner’s expense.