Current Residential Students


Current Residential Students

Your license plate is your permit. 

For the Resident parking area and all other permit restricted areas on campus, you must register for your permit(s) through the parking portal by the first day of classes, Monday, August 26, 2019.  There is NO "grace period." Tickets WILL be written for violations starting the first day of the semester. Resident permits are valid for FALL 2019/SPRING 2020 semester only. Residents who bring a car to campus will need to log into the parking portal and reserve their permit.  Residents are allowed to register up to five vehicles on the same virtual permit.  However, only one vehicle is allowed on campus at a time per permit issued. PLEASE NOTE: Resident permits are included in housing fees and no additional payment is necessary at time of issuance. Residents who possess a valid state-issued handicapped permit or license plate registered in their name may park in ANY handicapped space on the UCCS campus as long as the handicapped plate/permit is displayed and the vehicle and license plate is registered in the Parking Portal.

Cars violating parking regulations will be subject to ticket and/or tow. Parking is on a first-come, first-served basis. YOU ARE NOT PURCHASING A RESERVED PARKING SPACE. Students should direct all inquiries concerning parking to Parking Services at 719-255-3528.

Entering license plate number(s) is a REQUIREMENT when registering for a permit. 
You may enter as many as five different license plates under one permit, but only ONE of these vehicles may be parked on campus at the same time. We have converted to License Plate Recognition (LPR) so license plate information is now required.  Unregistered vehicles may result in a citation even though a valid permit was purchased.  It is the responsibility of each resident to log into the parking portal and keep their vehicle information current and valid. There is no longer a requirement to pick up a physical permit from the Parking Office after purchase. Your license plate is now your permit.

Permit-Restricted Parking Lots (500 series lots)
Registration is now required for the free (500 series) parking lots.  Parking in 500 series lots is still free to students, but permit registration is now required effective this year. For those students purchasing a permit for the main campus or border lots, you won't need to register for a 500 series lot... your purchased permit is good in your respective permitted lot(s) as well as the 500 series lots.

Permit Restricted Parking Options
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