For most parking lots, A VALID PERMIT MUST BE DISPLAYED ON YOUR VEHICLE BY THE FIRST DAY OF CLASSES,January 22, 2013. There is NO "grace period." Tickets WILL be written for violations the first day of the semester. Please read the following for information regarding parking options. Owning a permit, without displaying the permit, will result in a ticket. Yearly HUB permits expire August 31, 2013 and spring 2013 semester permits expire May 18, 2013 (unless explicitly stated otherwise).
Only faculty and staff at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs may purchase a faculty/staff permit. Students, including graduate students teaching classes at the university are not eligible to purchase a faculty/staff permit. Faculty/staff may purchase only ONE parking permit.
Parking regulations apply equitably to students, faculty, staff, administrators and visitors.
Cars violating parking regulations will be subject to ticket and/or immobilization. Parking is on a first-come, first-served basis. Purchasing a permit entitles you to park in certain parking lots on campus. YOU ARE NOT PURCHASING A RESERVED PARKING SPACE. Faculty, staff, students, administrators, and visitors should direct all inquiries concerning parking and traffic issues to Parking Services at 719-255-3528.
(Valid in Lots 1, 3-4, 6-8, 13, A-D, F, G, N, and Levels 1-4 of the Parking Garage). Annual HUB permits may be purchased with cash, check, MasterCard, or VISA. Qualified faculty and staff may also purchase their permit via payroll deduction. Annual permits are valid through August 31, 2013.
(Valid in Lots 1, 3-4, 6-8, 13, A-D, F, G, N, and Levels 1-4 of the Parking Garage). Cannot be purchased via payroll deduction. Cash, check, MasterCard and VISA accepted. Spring 2013 semester permits expire May 18, 2013.
(Valid at University Hall; Valid in ALL HUB areas after 4:15 p.m. Monday through Thursday and all day on Fridays). Annual N permits may be purchased with cash, check, MasterCard, or VISA. Qualified faculty and staff may also purchase their permit via payroll deduction. Annual permits are valid through August 31, 2013.
(Valid at University Hall; Valid in ALL HUB areas after 4:15 p.m. Monday through Thursday and all day on Fridays). Cannot be purchased via payroll deduction. Cash, check, MasterCard and VISA accepted. Spring 2013 semester permits expire May 18, 2013.
Valid in designated Motorcycle Parking. Motorcycles MAY NOT BE PARKED IN REGULAR SPACES, except in visitor parking on the third level of the parking garage. Individuals purchasing a HUB permit may receive one motorcycle permit, at no cost while supplies last.
Faculty and staff who do not purchase a parking permit for Hub parking or Lot N may park at the Four Diamonds Sports Complex. Four Diamonds is located at 5025 North Nevada Avenue. No permit is required. A campus shuttle runs fall, spring, and summer semesters from 7:05 a.m. to 10:35 p.m. Monday through Friday. Shuttle service is continuous, every 25 minutes. If you plan to park at Four Diamonds, please see the schedule.
Permits must be paid for at the time the permit is picked up. The only exception is yearly permits being paid for through payroll deduction. The Parking Office accepts personal checks, cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and AMEX.
Faculty and staff may return their spring 2013 permit for a full refund through February 6, 2013.
Annual permits may be returned at any time and a pro-rated refund will be given based on the number of months remaining on the permit. Annual permits purchased via payroll deduction must be returned anytime a faculty or staff member resigns or leaves the university. The payroll deduction will be stopped ONLY upon return of the permit. In order to stop payroll deduction, the permit should be returned by the fifteenth (15) day of the month prior to the next deduction or payment for the next month will be deducted. Faculty and staff who have elected payroll deduction are responsible for the entire amount of an annual permit, whether or not they use the permit for a given semester, unless they return the permit PRIOR to the beginning of the semester.
Last updated by William Whitfield on October 18, 2012.