Parking Permits

Vehicle Registration

Student Parking Permits for the 2023-24 school year are now available and can be ordered at

All students and employees must register and purchase a parking permit on or after August 10 (January 10 for new spring permits) to receive a permit.

  • All students (living in Perry or commuting) must register their vehicles with Public Safety and purchase a valid parking permit in order to park on campus.
  • Permits are a one-time $25 fee. You can have up to 2 vehicles registered for your permit. Vehicles can be updated at any time by logging into your account from the permit page.
  • Parking enforcement for non-registration September 15, 2023.
  • Lot B is reserved for Perry Hall and overnight parking. All other lots have designated spots for employees (white lines) and students (yellow lines).

All College parking is regulated by a permit system. To utilize these parking lots, you must have your vehicle registered with the Public Safety. These lots are monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Permits are valid from August 1, 2023 to August 31, 2024. It is the permit holder's responsibility to know the expiration date and renew as necessary.

Permit Display

Do not:

  • Use tape to secure permit to window. The permit is a hang tag and must be hung from your rear view mirror.
  • Leave your permit lying on the seat, dash, or the back window of the car.

Permits must match the vehicle registration.

Lost or Stolen Permits

If your parking permit is lost or stolen, you must request a replacement permit at the Office of Public Safety, located in the lower level of the Commons on Spencer Hill. The replacement fee for a lost permit is the cost of the original permit.

If the lost or stolen permit is recovered, it must be returned to the Office of Public Safety immediately. Use of a lost or stolen permit may result in a parking ticket or boot placed on the vehicle.

Overnight Guests

Overnight guests staying in Perry Hall must obtain a temporary permit from the Office of Public Safety in the lower level of the Commons. The permit is free and allows for keeping a vehicle in the "B" lot. Overnight permits are not issued for periods longer than 3 days.