Overview

The following information is intended for both students and employees. 

Vehicle Registration and Parking Permits

Students, Faculty & Staff can use the link below to register their vehicle and request a parking permit.


2021 Fall - Spring 2022 parking permit registration is open.

Resident Students:

  • Senior: Monday July 12th 2021
  • Junior: Monday July 19th 2021
  • Sophomore: Monday July 26th 2021

Commuter Students:

  • Any Class Standing: Monday July 12th 2021

Vehicle and Parking Form - 

Visitor Parking Pass

Visitors are welcome on our campus in any of our campus lots with a valid UNW Visitor Pass. There are two ways you can obtain this pass for your guest. The first is to get a physical pass from the Public Safety Office during office hours, M-F 8:30-4pm. The office is located in Riley and can be accessed off the Campus Green. The second is after hours M-F 5pm-7am and 24/7 on weekends, please stop at the checkpoint to obtain a free pass for your guest. The pass will need to be placed in the driver's side dashboard of the visitor's vehicle. 

If you have any questions, please contact Public Safety at 651-631-5310 or publicsafety@unwsp.edu.

Permit Information 

Faculty/Staff Permit 

A faculty/staff permit allows faculty and staff to park in general parking lots between 6 a.m. and 1 a.m., any day of the week. There is no overnight parking allowed in general parking lots.

Commuter Permit

A Commuter permit allows Commuter students to park in general parking lots between 6 a.m. and 1 a.m., any day of the week. Commuters are not allowed to park in the Faculty/Staff lots behind Nazareth Hall, Totino Fine Art Center, Ericksen Center, or any reserved parking space (including those near the resident student housing) except during posted hours. Commuters may not park in any residential parking area. Overnight parking is only allowed in Ball Field Lot J. 

  • If a student changes vehicles, the permit for the old vehicle can be exchanged for a new permit registered to the new vehicle without any fee.
  • If the permit is not returned, there is a $10 fee for replacing your permit.
  • Parking permits cannot be transferred between students for any reason. Students found to have transferred or received a fraudulent permit will be issued the appropriate citation(s). 

Residence Lot Permit  

A residence lot permit allows resident students to park in their designated residence lot 24/7 and in General Parking Lots between 2pm and 1am.

  • If a student changes residence halls by moving to another building OR moving off campus, the permit will need to be changed to avoid getting a citation. Permits are exchanged at Public Safety's discretion based on parking availability. Please bring the old permit into the Public Safety office in order to change without a fee.
  • If a student changes vehicles, the permit for the old vehicle can be exchanged for a new permit registered to the new vehicle without any fee.
  • If the permit is not returned, there is a $10 fee for replacing your permit.
  • Parking permits cannot be transferred between students for any reason. Students found to have transferred or received a fraudulent permit will be issued the appropriate citation(s). 

Visitor Permit 

Visitors to campus may obtain a visitor permit at no charge from the Public Safety Office or the checkpoint. This allows them to park in any visitor space on campus or general parking Lots. 


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