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Student Permits

Please note: student vehicles are not allowed in faculty/staff parking lots at any time.

Graduate Student Permits

Available Permits

  • Commuter: Allows you to park for one year from July 1– June 30 in any commuter lot (main campus or PE Center) during the day and evening.
  • Per term: Allows you to park in any commuter lot (main campus or PE Center) during the day and evening, but is valid for one term only and must be renewed each term.

Residential Permits

Residential permits are for students with 50 or more credits, or who have reached the age of 21 on or before September 1 of the academic year. These permits cost $125.00. Residential North and Residential South permits are limited by the number of available spaces in those lots and are sold on a first-come-first-served basis. PSU provides thepermitstore.com with a list of students who meet the criteria for each of these permits. However, it is possible that you may meet these criteria and not be on the list. If you are denied access to this permit when you apply, contact PSU University Police. If these permits are sold out, you may still purchase a restricted permit (see below).

  • Residential South Parking Permits are for students who live in Pemi, Belknap, Samuel Reed Hall, Blair or Mary Lyon. This permit is only for Residential South designated parking.
  • Residential North Parking Permits are for students who live in Grafton, Smith, White Mountain Apartment Complex, Non-Traditional Student Apartments or Langdon Woods. This permit is only for Residential North designated parking.

Restricted permits

Restricted permits are for students who live in PSU residence halls or campus apartments, but don’t meet the credits earned or age requirement for a residential permit, or were not able to obtain a residential permit because they were sold out. This permit costs $95.00.

Restricted parking is available in Lots 502 and 603 for restricted permit holders. The PSU campus shuttle provides transportation from this location to the main campus.

Be aware: Restricted permits don’t allow you to park in any other lot other than those located in the East Side Parking Facilities. Parking in any lot on the main campus will result in fines or towing.

Commuter Permits

Commuter permits are for students who live outside of the one-mile radius of campus, who have earned 50 credits or who have reached the age of 21 on or before September 1 of the academic year. With a commuter permit, you may park in any of the designated commuter lots on the main campus. This permit costs $95.00. Vehicles with commuter permits may not park in faculty/staff or residential parking lots at any time.

Restricted Commuter Permits

Restricted commuter permits are for students who live outside of the one-mile radius of campus, who have not earned 50 credits or who have not reached the age of 21 on or before September 1 of the academic year. This permit costs $50.00.

With this permit, you may park in the daytime in lot 503 at the Physical Education Center. This permit does not allow you to park on the main campus during the daytime hours, even in a commuter parking lot. However, restricted commuters may park in any commuter parking lot on the main campus after 4 p.m. There is no overnight parking in any commuter lot, including 503 at the PE Center. This is strictly enforced by fines and towing. If you need to park your vehicle overnight, you may use lot 602.

The Frost School Permit (formerly the Continuing Education Permit)

Parking is available to students who live within the one-mile radius of campus and wish to park on campus in the evenings for convenience. This is also for matriculated and non-matriculated students from the Frost School. This permit costs $25.00 per semester and allows you to park in commuter lots after 6 p.m.

If attending for both semesters, you can buy the commuter for $95.00, if during the day or $50.00 for the night time restricted if you are a night student. Be aware: Overnight parking in commuter lots is prohibited and is strictly enforced by fines and towing. Parking after midnight is considered overnight parking.

The Frost School Summer/Winterim Permit (formerly the Winterim/Summer Permit)

Parking is available to students who are attending Winterim session (same as summer session) for those who don’t already have a permit. This permit is $25.00. Parking in assigned student lots only.

Community Alerts

Lot 502 CLOSURE

October 23rd, 2014 by Amanda

All restricted permitted vehicles in lot 502 need to be moved to lot 603 ASAP due to construction.

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