Visitor Parking & Passes

Welcome to DSU!

Visitor spaces are located throughout campus for guests (non – students, faculty, staff) to park in for free, and they are marked Visitor with green pavement striping. If visitor stalls are full, guests are welcome to park in white-marked Student/General spaces. Motorcycle and Handicap stalls are also located throughout campus.

Pass Requests by Guest

Special day-passes for guests (non – student, faculty, staff) are available upon request at the Cashier’s Office in the Holland Centennial Commons building, first floor, or by filling out the Visitor Pass Request form*.

(*please allow 1-2 business days for processing)

Visitor Pass Request

Pass Requests by Faculty & Staff

Faculty and Staff can request temporary parking passes* for visiting guest speakers, meetings, conferences, and the like by filling out the Temporary Parking Pass request form.

(*please allow 1-2 business days for processing)

Request Temporary Pass

NOTE: No parking is permitted at any time in fire lanes, drive lanes (individually marked or not), on sidewalks and sidewalk access ramps, or in barricaded or gated areas. Each carry separate fines per violation and are patrolled 24 hours, 7 days a week. Citations will be issued for parking outside of a stall.

Loading and Unloading: The only time an appeal for “loading or unloading” will be considered is if the individual can show a valid need to park in a particular area to load, and show they left their emergency flashers on for the duration.

What happens if I get a citation for No Parking Permit and/or Parking in a Visitor Reserved Stall and I am not a student or employee?
To request a visitor-void, please fill out the Visitor portion on the back of the citation and send to: DSU Parking Management Office, 225 S University Ave, St George UT 84770.

What happens if I get a citation and don’t resolve it?
Each citation is entered into a computer database that tracks them. If a citation is not cleared by an appeal filed within 15 days or by payment within 30 days of issue, a $20 late fee will be charged. If the citation is not cleared, it goes to a delinquent fines list. In the case that the owner/driver of a vehicle is not a student, staff, or faculty, the registered owner of the vehicle will be responsible for the citation.