PSU news by
Penn State's student blog



Spring 2020 Student Parking Registration To Open January 9

Student parking permit registration for the spring 2020 semester will open exclusively online on Thursday, January 9, Penn State Transportation Services announced this week.

Just like fall 2019 registration, spring 2020 registration will open online at noon. Classes for the semester will begin a few days later on Monday, January 13.

In order to register for a parking spot, students will need a valid Penn State ID, an active Access account, and at least 29.1 credits under their belts. They’ll also need to provide license plate numbers and ownership information for their cars when registering online.

Once registration is complete, students should print out a temporary permit to display in their front windshield until permanent permits are mailed to their local addresses. When the permanent pass arrives, you can hang it on your rear-view mirror.

You can find more information about student parking through Transportation Services’ email blastsFacebook page, and Twitter account. Students can also email their concerns and questions to the department here or give them a call at (814)-865-1436.

Your ad blocker is on.

Please choose an option below.

Sign up for our e-mail newsletter:
Support quality journalism:
Purchase a Subscription!

About the Author

Matt DiSanto

Matt is a junior majoring in journalism and is Onward State's managing editor. He's a huge Philadelphia sports fan, fantasy football aficionado, and washed-up drummer hailing from Collegeville, Pa. The quickest way to his heart is Margherita pizza. His favorite shows include Community, Seinfeld, and Arrested Development, and he'll probably talk your ear off about them. Follow him on Twitter @mattdisanto_ for bad sports takes or email him at [email protected]


Get notified about breaking news
Loading notification service...

Guessing What 2020 Honors Theses Are About

We took a stab at predicting what Schreyer grads’ theses might be about.

Staff Picks: What Fast-Food Joint Should Replace University Drive’s Burger King

From Arby’s to In-N-Out, the possibilities are endless.

Send this to a friend