Parking Permits/Purchase a Permit
FALL 2018 – SUMMER 2019
(8/20/2018 – 8/16/2019)
Students residing off-campus, including off-campus housing.
On-campus student housing residents. The Student portion allows for parking in any white-marked (student/general) stall in all lots, and the Housing portion allows for overnight parking in designated housing parking lots only (parking map). If you are a housing resident living in Campus View Suites, Nisson Towers, Shiloh Hall, Abby Apartments, Chancellor Apartments, Dixie View Apartments, or Morgan Apartments, you must purchase this permit.
Faculty & Staff: $50
Economy Only: $20
See parking map for lot locations marked in orange
Replacements: $15 – e.g. lost or stolen permit, etc.
Replacement permits must be purchased at the Cashier’s Office, and previous hang tag must be surrendered in the case of a damaged tag, etc.
NOTE: Report lost permits to Parking Management, and stolen permits to both Parking Management and Campus Security.
Purchasing a Permit
Parking permits can be purchased online by clicking here or at the Cashier’s Office (cash/check only) located in Holland Centennial Commons – first floor (map). Permits are held at the Cashier’s Office for pick up; please print or show an electronic copy of your receipt.
REQUIRED: vehicle license plate number(s), and Dixie ID (students/faculty/staff). For new vehicles – input the temporary license tag number, and contact Parking Management to update your account with license plate number when plates arrive.
Two (2) license plate numbers registered to the same owner may be linked to one permit, and one (1) hang tag will be provided to alternate between the two vehicles. This allows only one vehicle to be parked on campus at any given time, and the same vehicle may not be assigned to more than one permit at a time.
NOTE: A permit will not be issued until all required items are submitted.
Hang tag from the rear view mirror with the permit number facing out toward the front windshield.
CAUTION: Failure to display the permit properly or unauthorized sharing of the permit will result in citing the vehicle. Such a case will be no defense upon appeal. There are three (3) violations that appear on a citation related to this issue: Failure to Display Permit Properly, No Parking Permit and Parking Permit Fraud.
Why do I have to have a parking permit?
It helps us to distinguish between faculty and staff, students, and visitors, and allows us to enforce the reserved areas and keep them open for those who need them. The permits also allow us to identify individual vehicles for the purpose of providing security to those on campus at any given moment, as well as to provide courtesy services (to notify; those who may accidentally leave their lights on, owners of vehicles who may have rolled out of a parking stall, etc). After printing and shipping, all revenue from the cost of the permit is used to augment the cost of maintenance, control, and enforcement of parking rules and regulations (53B-3-110).