Faculty/Staff permits are for the University’s employees, including full- and part-time faculty, faculty emeriti, PAs, PATs and O/S Staff, as well as most supplemental staff (not including those paid through student hourly or work study). Permits are available online at thepermitstore.com at no cost to the employee.
There are various Faculty/Staff lots throughout the campus. Faculty/Staff vehicles may not park in any student lot. This includes commuter lots. Previously it was permissible to use commuter lots when no Faculty/Staff spaces were available, this has now changed, we have significantly increased the number of Faculty/Staff spaces to accommodate this new rule.
A Faculty/Staff permit does not need to be renewed for 10 years. Faculty/Staff permits are issued on a pre-qualification basis. A Faculty/Staff permit will not be issued through thepermitstore.com to anyone who is not pre-authorized. New employees must contact PSU University Police to be added to the list of authorized persons.
Regular Handicapped Parking Permits
Regular handicapped parking permits are obtained through the State Department of Motor Vehicles, not Plymouth State University. With a regular handicapped parking permit, you may park in any handicapped parking areas, on or off campus.
Parking in a designated handicapped parking space without the appropriate permit, plate or placard will result in fines and towing.
Visitor parking permits and temporary permits for vehicles that will be on campus for short periods of time are available from the PSU University Police. Visitor permits are also available from any residence hall. Weekend visitors with a visitor permit may park in lot 301 or lot 401 from Friday evening at 6 p.m. until Sunday evening at 6 p.m. Weekday visitor parking is available during the day in lot 503 at the Physical Education Center, and overnight visitor parking is available in lot 502 at the PE Center. Overnight parking is prohibited in any other lot at the PE Center and is strictly enforced. Failure to properly permit your vehicle can result in costly fines and towing.