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Summer 2023 Student Parking Registration To Begin May 8

Summer 2023 parking registration will open for all students on the Transportation Services website beginning at noon on May 8.

Students who require a parking permit for Summer Session II may wait to purchase a permit until Monday, June 26, to avoid paying for parking during Summer Session I.

However, students who purchase a permit before June 26 will be responsible for the applicable permit fee even if the permit is only used during Summer Session II.

General Registration Information

Students will be able to print out and use a temporary parking permit after their purchase for immediate parking. If the option is not available after purchasing, students are able to print out a temporary parking permit on their account dashboard.

Students can pick up their permanent parking permit from the Transportation Services office located at 1 Eisenhower Deck beginning two business days after they complete their parking permit purchase online.

You must bring your Penn State ID to receive your parking permit.

If issues arise during registration, exit the website and contact Transportation Services for assistance at [email protected] or (814) 865-1436.

Student Permits Available

Students living on campus during both summer sessions are able to purchase a permit for any parking location regardless of residence location. This includes:

  • NDS/Nittany Deck
  • YAS/West Deck
  • Brown 11
  • Lot 22
  • Lot 42
  • Lot 82
  • Lot 83

Students must have an active Penn State ID and an Access account in order to purchase a parking permit, as well as information describing the registered vehicle, including a license plate number.

Parking Upgrades & Other Information

Students who wish to register for short-term parking access must apply in person at the Transportation Services office. Short-term permits are available on a weekly basis.

Students who qualify for parking upgrades and wish to purchase a supplemental permit for core parking, which includes those who are student athletes, graduate students, and students with a state-issued Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) placard, must contact Transportation Services to access the correct registration page online. Students must register for a parking permit before applying for an upgrade. Students who are requesting an upgrade for ADA access must submit a copy of their ADA placard ID to the office.

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