Sharwan Smith Center Suite 201
No. You are only required to purchase a parking permit if you plan to park a vehicle in any Red (Student), Blue (Faculty), Yellow (visitor), or Gray (Housing) lot. Faculty, Staff, and Students who wish to park in University parking lots must purchase a valid SUU parking permit from Parking Services. Several pre-pay meters are available; however they are intended to support the needs of visitors to campus. Green lots are also available for those parking without a permit.
You can follow the step-by-step instructions shown at http://help.suu.edu/parking/help/671/
You can follow the step-by-step instructions shown at http://help.suu.edu/parking/help/672/
You can follow the step-by-step instructions shown at http://help.suu.edu/parking/help/673/
You can follow the step-by-step instructions shown at http://help.suu.edu/parking/help/674/
The color on your permit designates the lots in which you may park. See the Campus parking map
Faculty, Staff, and Students may complete the necessary documentation via the SUU portal. Visitors, Vendors, and Contractors may purchase a permit at the Parking Services office.
Permits expire on July 31. However, vehicles are not required to display a permit during the "summer break" which is after commencement in May until the first day of school in August.
Refunds are issued in full if you leave the University during the first 2 weeks of the semester.
A visitor has three options when parking on campus:
Your permit is a valuable resource and we recommend you keep it secure at all times. In the case that your permit is lost, you will need to purchase a replacement. If the prior permit is found to be in use on campus, the vehicle displaying the permit will be booted and fined.
Permits must be adhered to the motorcycle in any visible location.
Motorcycles are only allowed to park in designated motorcycle parking. There are multiple designated motorcycle parking areas located throughout campus.
If you have a permit, you may obtain one free temporary permit each year which is good up to two weeks. You may also park in any green parking lot without a permit.
No, a state issued handicap license plate, hang tag, or placard does not need to be registered and works as a valid parking permit in all lots on campus.
No. Those vehicles with a state issued handicap plate, hang tag or placard are not required to pay when parking in metered stalls.
Campus lots are not monitored for permits when school is not in session; however, campus lots may be monitored for other parking violations during University breaks.
Payments are due within 30 days from the date the citation was issued. A late fee will be assessed in the amount of $20.
Any unpaid parking citations will be assessed a $20 late fee after 30 days as well as your account may be placed on hold. Also, in accordance with SUU policy, vehicles with multiple outstanding violations may be subject to stationary impounding or towing.
There are two ways to make a payment. You may make your payment in person at the Cashier’s office in the Sharwan Smith Center, or over the phone by calling the Cashier’s office at 435-586-7720. Please be sure to reference the citation number when paying your ticket.
Visit the website http://suu.edu/parking and go to “Appeal a Ticket”. Complete the online form with the proper information and submit.
Appeals must be submitted within 10 calendar days of the date the citation was issued.
The Parking Appeals Committee meets on a weekly basis. You will be notified via email regarding their decision.
This is not a valid excuse for receiving a citation. The purchase of a parking permit does not guarantee a parking space. If you cannot find a stall in your preferred parking lot, remember that you can always park in any yellow lot on campus with your permit. When parking on campus, bring a map, familiarize yourself with parking options and always have a backup plan if your first lot choice is full.
This is not considered proper display of a permit. Permits must be hung from your rearview mirror and must not be blocked from view.
Yes. Any vehicle that is found on campus with 4 or more unresolved citations will be booted and released only when the balance is paid in full.
Your permit is transferable between vehicles. Please register any vehicle that you may park on campus. You may also park in any Green lot on campus without a permit, or if you have a current permit you may request a temporary permit good up to two weeks from the Parking Services office.
Faculty and staff may request visitor permits online through our Request a visitor permit form.
No. We do ticket during the first week of school. Please pick up your permit BEFORE school starts.
No. We do ticket during finals week.
Yes. Since your plate is temporary you may put “temporary” under the license plate number. Please inform Parking Services of your new plate number when it arrives.