Did you know?  There is NO LONGER a need to pick up the physical permit from Parking Office after purchasing a permit.  The vehicle license plate IS the parking permit!

Spring 2018 Commuter Student Parking Information

Parking & Transportation Services
719-255-3528

General Information

***Spring 2018 Permits go on sale Tuesday, December 12, 2017***

***NOTE: There is no longer a requirement to pick up the physical permit from the Parking Office after purchase.  Your license plate is now your permit!!!

Please click HERE to register for a Spring 2018 permit only AFTER reading the below description of all types of permits offered. 

***NEW this year:  Entering license plate number(s) is now 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 are converting to License Plate Recognition (LPR) during the Fall 2017/Spring 2018 semester so license plate information is now required.  Unregistered vehicles may result in a citation even though a valid permit was purchased.  It is the responsiblility of each permit holder to log into the parking portal and keep their vehicle information current and valid.

For all UCCS parking lots requiring a parking permit, the permit MUST be purchased prior to the first day of each semester. There is NO "grace period." Tickets WILL be written for parking violations the first day of the semester. Please read the following information regarding parking options. Owning a permit, without registering the license plate, will result in a ticket. Most permits we sell are valid for the spring semester only and will expire May 11, 2018 (unless explicitly stated otherwise).

Click HERE for a PDF version of the new Campus Parking Map

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. Direct all inquiries concerning parking to Parking Services at 719-255-3528.

Free parking options are available. See non-permit restricted parking areas below.

Parking and Permit Options for Commuter Students

In accordance with C.R.S. 23-5-107, The Governing Board of any state institution of higher education is authorized to promulgate rules and regulations providing for the operation and parking of vehicles upon the grounds, driveways, or roadways within the property under the control of the governing board. Such rules and regulations may include, but not be limited to, regulation of the following: Assignment of parking spaces, designation of areas for parking, and regulation of the use of such spaces and areas including the assessment of charges.

Permit Restricted Parking Options

All Student Commuter Permits require on-line registration

Spring 2018 - Commuter Student Permit Prices

Permit Type Valid parking lots for these permits Cost
  Valid in Orange & Yellow (100-200 series) lots and in the Gateway Garage, Levels 1, 2, 4 & 5 at any time. Requires online registration.  
Semester "SEM" $226.00
Mon/Wed/Fri "MWF" Valid in Orange & Yellow (100-200 series) lots and in the Gateway Garage, Levels 1, 2, 4 & 5 on the specific days indicated. Requires online registration. $145.00
Tue/Thurs/Fri "TRF" $145.00
Border "B" Valid in Orange (100-series) lots at anytime. Also valid in Yellow (200-series) lots and the Gateway Garage, Levels 1, 2, 4 & 5 after 4:15 p.m. Monday-Thursday and all day on Fridays. Time restrictions for this permit will be strictly enforced. Requires online registration. $145.00
Evening "EVES" Valid in Orange & Yellow (100-200 series) lots and in the Gateway Garage, Levels 1, 2, 4 & 5 after 4:15 p.m. Monday-Thursday and all day on Fridays. Time restrictions for this permit will be strictly enforced. Requires online registration. $87.00
Friday "FRI" Valid in Orange & Yellow (100-200 series) lots and in the Gateway Garage, Levels 1, 2, 4 & 5 on Fridays ONLY. Requires online registration. $28.00
Alpine "ALPS" Valid in Green (Alpine Garage) levels 1,2, 3 & 4 ONLY. Not valid in the visitor section of level 1. Requires online registration. $145.00
Motorcycle "M" Valid in designated Motorcycle Parking in Orange & Yellow (100-200 series) lots and the Gateway Garage levels 1, 2, 4 & 5 at any time. Motorcycles MUST PARK IN DESIGNATED MOTORCYCLE PARKING SPACES ONLY. Requires online registration. $58.00
Motorcycle Border "MB" Valid in designated Motorcycle Parking in Orange (100-series) lots at anytime. Also valid in Yellow (200-series) lots and the Gateway Garage, Levels 1, 2, 4 & 5 after 4:15 p.m. Monday-Thursday and all day on Fridays. Motorcycles MUST PARK IN DESIGNATED MOTORCYCLE PARKING SPACES ONLY. Requires online registration. $37.00

Non-permit restricted parking areas

Commuter Students who do not purchase a parking permit may park in any 500 series lots located at and near the Ent Center for the Arts complex (formerly known as the Four Diamonds Sports Complex), 5225 North Nevada Avenue. No permit is required. The student Safety and Transportation fee provides students with free shuttle service to and from the Ent Center for the Arts complex to the main campus.

Student Safety and Transportation Fee

All students are automatically charged a Safety and Transportation fee. This fee is not a parking fee and is not used for parking facilities. This fee is used to provide enhanced police services and shuttle services from far parking lots to the campus.  The fee for the Spring 2018 semester is $94.00.

Transportation Services

University Hall (Lot 100) and the Ent Center for the Arts complex (near Lot 576) are serviced by a shuttle system to get students to the main campus. The Ent Center for the Arts shuttle runs fall, spring, and summer semesters only from 6:40 a.m. to 10:35 p.m. Monday-Friday. If you plan to park at the Ent Center for the Arts, please see the shuttle schedule. Due to increased demand on this system, students parking at the Ent Center for the Art area parking lots should anticipate arriving 30 minutes prior to the start of their first class.

Shuttle service from Alpine Village to Centennial Hall to University Hall: For detailed information on shuttle service to and from Alpine Village, University Hall, and Centennial Hall, please see the on-line shuttle schedule under the TRANSPORTATION tab.

For more information about sustainable transportation options, please click HERE

Purchasing a Permit and Having it Mailed

Mailing option is not possible this Spring 2018.  Permits must be picked up at the Parking Services Office after purchasing the permit online or at the Parking Office.

Refunds

Spring 2018 permits may be returned for a proportional refund throughout the semester.

The Safety and Transportation fee is refunded only if Admissions and Records refund all other fees. The refund of this fee is done in accordance with the calendar on page 4 of the Schedule of Courses and follows the refund schedule for all tuition and fees.

*Safety and Transportation Fee is automatically billed to all students, regardless of credit hour load.

Office Hours

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