Winterm Break Parking
For Winterm parking permit please come to the Parking Office to purchase.
Commuter parking is enforced the same year-round.
For current permit holders click here for semester break parking guidelines.
License Plate Recognition
The license plate recognition system is now active and any vehicle changes must be reported to Parking Services so your account can be updated.
- The add vehicle form can be found on the Parking Services main page along the right-hand side.
- Be sure your license plate is facing the drive lane so the license plate can be read.
- If you want to delete or edit a vehicle from your account, e-mail Parking Services at firstname.lastname@example.org
New Electronic Pay Stations
Pay stations became active August 1, 2019! These pay stations replaced approximately 90 coin-operated meters that were located in lot 14 and lot 18. With that, lots 14 and 18 will be configured differently. This DOES affect regular permit holders, too! Visitor parking lots 27 and 29 also have pay stations installed. The pay stations feature cash and card payment options with an extend-by-phone feature. Continue to check our website, specifically the short-term parking options for all information.
2019-20 Parking Permits
Commuter parking permits - a limited number will be available on-line starting Monday, January 6, 2020. If you are unable to select a permit on-line, contact the Parking Office at 715-232-1792 or e-mail email@example.com.
Main Campus and North Campus Residence Hall parking permits are sold out - contact the Parking Office to be placed on a waitlist.
Overnight Visitor Parking
Information on Overnight Visitor Parking click on this link then select the "Overnight Visitor Parking" dropdown.