Efficient and convenient parking starts with learning about parking options on campus. Parking opportunities on campus are balanced with the size of campus and our alternative transportation options available to students, faculty and staff.
All vehicles parked on campus must have a valid CSU parking permit or park in designated hourly parking spaces and pay at a pay station. Vehicles must be parked so that a valid license plate or temporary registration is clearly visible from the drive lane.
Parking and Transportation Services coordinates parking options on campus and with the Parking Services Committee. Together, we determine the optimum arrangement for campus parking options to help accommodate the maximum number of vehicles on campus. Campus parking regulations are updated periodically to reflect changes.
Read more about parking permit options here.
Wanting to park in a neighborhood near campus? Read more about the Residential Parking Permit Program (RP3) here.