Purchase Parking Permits

Looking to Park on Campus?

All vehicles parked on PSU property must have a valid parking permit. Vehicles parked on PSU property without a valid parking permit are subjected to parking tickets and may be towed at the owner’s expense.

Any vehicles parked in PSU parking facilities or on any PSU property are parked at the owner’s risk. PSU is not responsible for any theft or damage.

Please be aware certain parking lots at PSU are susceptible to flooding.  Be informed about flooding risks and review our guidance on flooding. Please visit this link for emergency information regarding flood evacuation and current Pemigewasset River flood data.
https://www.plymouth.edu/emergency/information/flood-evacuation/

It is important to note, that a PSU parking permit authorizes vehicles to be parked in a certain parking lot. There are no individually designated parking spaces for student parking on campus. Parking permits allow students to park their vehicles in certain authorized parking lots.

When parking your car please be certain that your parking permit authorizes you to park your vehicle in the corresponding parking lot.

Questions regarding parking may be directed to psu-parking@plymouth.edu.

Before purchasing a parking permit, please read and understand all of the University Parking Rules and Regulations. psu-langdon.reissconst

Guest Parking Permit Regulations

Student Parking Permit Regulations

Faculty/Staff Permit Regulations

Sodexo Permit Regulations

 

Parking Permit Sales can be purchased online, at the Plymouth State University Police Department or at the Hartman Union Building in the Administrative Office.

Please select below to begin your permit purchase.

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Police Communications Emergency: 603-536-1626

Contacting the University Police by Phone

Business Line: (603) 535-2330
PSU Alert Line: (603) 535-3535
PSU Campus Tip Line: (603) 535-8477

After hours, University Police telephone lines are answered by the Plymouth Police Communications Center which is staffed 24 hours a day.

Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

Report Suspicious Activity. Call 9-1-1 or 603-536-1626