UNIVERSITIES' PARKING POLICIES
Georgia State University
Faculty and Staff parking fees must be paid through payroll deduction. Monthly fees based on what lot or garage your permit is for.
All Lots & Garages: $35- 45/month
SUNY (Albany and Buffalo)
Registration: $10.80 Union- representated Faculty and Staff (CSEA, UUP, PEF, Council 82) only have to pay the registration fee. All others are required to pay the registration fee plus a parking fee.
Full year: $75.60
Academic year: $64.80
Based on salary ($45-549 annually). Allocated on basis of rank and years of service. Not guaranteed same space every year.
Add'l permit: $18
University of Cincinnati
Fees vary by lot/garage's distance from the center of campus. Parking spaces are given by preference and lottery. Currently there is a waiting list for permits in people's preferred lots.
Lots: $15- 31/ month
Garages: $38- 76/ month
Reserved: $47- 114/ month
University of Connecticut
Based on salary Fees based on graduated scale according to salary and lot location ($0-650 annually).
University of Iowa
Must be a permanent 50% time or more employee to be eligible for Faculty/Staff parking. Spaces are assigned based on your University office location. Position on the waitlist is determined by hire date. Currently there are waitlists for both Faculty and Staff.
Reserved Lot: $30/month
Reserved Garage: $45/month
University of Kansas
Fees based on location and type of parking. Lost or stolen permits must be reported, and employee will be charges FULL amount for a replacement permit.
Central Garage: $220/ year
Central Lots: $180/ year
Outer Lots: $85- 135/ year
Outer Garages: $125- 175/ year
University of Kentucky
Full- time faculty can pay through payroll deduction.
Campus: $234/ year, $19.50/ month
Stadium: $210/ year, $17.50/ month
University of Louisville
Fees vary by semester, with Summer semester being the lowest for each category and Fall semester the highest. For example, reserved parking is $118 for the summer, $350 for the fall, and $235 for the spring.
Reserved spaces: $118- 350/semester
Garage: $76- 225/semester
Lot: $57- 170/semester
University of Missouri (KC)
Permits are tied to specific Faculty/ Staff lots. Permits must be renewed annually. Payment can be made in advance or by payroll deduction. Part-time employees can buy permits on a pro-rated basis.
University of New Mexico
Based on salary Full time employees can pay by PRE- TAX payroll deduction.
University of Oklahoma
Lots are allocated by user type (faculty, staff, students, vendors, etc.).
University of Pittsburgh
Permits tied to specific lot or garage requested by the employee. If lot/garage full, they will be offered space in next closest lot until a space becomes available. Can be paid by payroll deduction.
Reserved: Basic fee + $350/year
University of Rhode Island
The permits are free, but must have one to park in the faculty, staff, or student designated lots.
University of South Carolina
Assignments based on length of employment with the University. Reserved spaces are in special lots and paid by payroll deduction. Both free and reserved permits are tied to a specific lot or garage.
Reserved spaces: $20/month
University of South Florida
Requests for reserved space must include letter from Dean or equivalent attesting to the fact that the space is needed based upon the registrant's work requirements.
Reserved spaces: $570/year
Central Campus: $220/year
Outer Campus: $145/ year, $73/semester
University of Tennessee
Spaces are assigned to faculty upon recommendation of dean or department head. Fees are paid annually in advance or monthly by payroll deduction. All vehicles must be registered and display a registration tag along with a parking permit.
Reserved spaces: $99/month
University of Utah
"Premium" lots are available only to full-time faculty and staff. Fees are paid by payroll deduction.
Premium Lots: $180/year
University of Wisconsin
Reserved parking permit is valid in one of three specific garages and space is guaranteed.
Reserved Garage: $1,115/year
Wayne State University
WSU's parking is divided into two types: Assigned Parking and Open Parking. Assigned Parking is paid for by payroll deduction, and is specific lots and garages with gate-card access. Open Parking is paid by a fee upon exiting with a plastic parking card that monetary value can be added to.
Lots & Garages: $480/year, $160/semester
Gate-card deposit: $10
Western Michigan University
Permits are tied to specific lots, and certain lots are Faculty/Staff only.
Full-time AY: $225
PT AY/ FT Semester: $135
PT Semester/ Summer: $85
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