Campus Community Parking Permits

ALL student, staff, and faculty vehicles MUST purchase a parking permit in order to park on University property.  To obtain a parking permit, please click on the appropriate link below for further instruction.

Student parking permit decals are valid from September 1st through August 31st of each academic school year. 

Faculty/Staff parking permit hang tags are valid from January 1st through December 31st of each year.

General Parking:  $20 

Silver lots are now called General Parking.  Commuter students, graduate students, faculty, and staff may obtain a General Parking permit that is valid only for parking in lots 23, 24, and 95. There is no overnight parking permitted with the General Parking permit. This permit is not available through Tech Select. The full amount must be paid for in advance through the cashier's office or Transportation Services.

Residential Housing Students & Waitlist

Residential Housing Students: September 1 through August 31

Residential Housing parking is for those students living in campus University housing.  Resident parking lots are restricted to assigned parking only, at all times, seven days per week. 

Student parking permit decals are valid from September 1st through August 31st of each academic school year.  

Waitlist 

Wait list signup is no longer available. Permits are available for purchase at this time, please continue to "Purchase Permit" to purchase your permit.

Residence Halls:  $100
  1. Resident hall vehicle parking is assigned to lots 4, 7E, 10, 17, and 21. Only residential housing staff and graduate students living in DHH will be able to park in Lot 7E. You may purchase your Resident Hall parking permit decal online.
  2. Guests of residential housing may obtain a Visitor Parking permit online or at Transportation Services.  This will allow your guest to park in Lot 26 overnight.
Michigan Tech Apartments/Houses:
Daniell Heights, Hillside Place, Houses 1st vehicle 2nd vehicle 3rd vehicle
1st parking permit decal $100.00 $75.00 $100.00
2nd decal for Students in dual qualifying categories:       
1) Michigan Tech Apartments/Houses & 2) graduate parking, OR
1) Michigan Tech Apartments/Houses & 2) commuter parking
$35.00 $35.00 $35.00

Parking for the Michigan Tech Apartments is available to residents only, and is assigned by priority.  You may purchase your Resident parking permit decal online.

Parking priority depends on which apartment you are a resident of:

  1. For Daniell Heights apartments: Contract holder first, then co-tenant.  There is only one parking space allotted per apartment.  Additional vehicles will be assigned to the overflow parking area.
  2. For the Hillside Place apartments and the Hagen, Honors, Larson, Lockhart, and Vivian houses: By class/availability.

Motorcycles, Mopeds, and Snowmobiles:  $25


1. ALL vehicles of this type must be registered online with Transportation Services.
2. Motorcycles and mopeds may park east of Lots 11 and 12, on Cliff Drive north of Dillman, in lots 23 and 24, or in regular motor vehicle parking areas based on registration status.  
3. The University’s snowmobile parking area is in Lot 10 for residence hall students.
4. Michigan Tech prohibits operating snowmobiles on University property without the written consent of the director of Transportation Services, except along Phoenix Drive.
5. Click here to view the Secretary of State’s Snowmobile Regulations. (http://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1585_15242-34640--,00.html)

Commuter Students

Commuter Students: September 1 through August 31
  1. Commuter student parking is designated to all undergraduate University students who drive from their off campus residence to the University.
  2. Commuter students may purchase a green commuter lot decal for $100, valid in parking lots 9, 23, 24, 26, 29, 32, and 95.  This decal may be purchased online.
  3. Registration for a 2nd vehicle will be reduced to $75.  To register a 3rd vehicle, the regular fee of $100 will apply.
  4. Commuter students may opt for a General Parking permit for a fee of $20 that is valid only for parking in lots 23, 24 and 95.
  5. Use of faculty/staff permits by students enrolled at Michigan Tech University is strictly prohibited.

Dual Enrolled Students

Students that are still in high school and enrolled at Michigan Tech University are eligible for a discounted permit price. Dual enrolled students can purchase a commuter permit for 50% off or $25 per semester, purchase a general permit for $20 a year, or park and pay at a metered space. All students parking on campus must register their vehicle with Transportation Services, regardless of where you are parking.

Motorcycles, Mopeds, and Snowmobiles:  $25


1. ALL vehicles of this type must be registered online with Transportation Services.
2. Motorcycles and mopeds may park east of Lots 11 and 12, in lots 23 and 24, or in regular motor vehicle parking areas based on registration status.  
3. The University’s snowmobile parking areas on Phoenix Drive east of Dow for commuter students and Lot 10 for residence hall students.
4. Michigan Tech prohibits operating snowmobiles on University property without the written consent of the director of Transportation Services, except along Phoenix Drive.
5. Click here to view the Secretary of State’s Snowmobile Regulations. (http://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1585_15242-34640--,00.html)

Grad Students

Grad Students: September 1 through August 31
  1. Graduate student parking is reserved for all graduate level University students who drive from their off campus residence to the University.
  2. Graduate students may purchase a purple graduate student parking decal for $100 which allows parking in lots 5, 23, 24, 26, 29, 32, 34, and 95.  This parking permit decal may be purchased online.
  3. Registration for a 2nd vehicle will be reduced to $75.  To register a 3rd vehicle, the regular fee of $100 will apply.
  4. Graduate students may opt for a General Parking permit for a fee of $20 that is valid only for parking in lots 23, 24 and 95.
  5. Use of faculty/staff permits by students enrolled at Michigan Tech University is strictly prohibited.

Motorcycles, Mopeds, and Snowmobiles:  $25


1. ALL vehicles of this type must be registered online with Transportation Services.
2. Motorcycles and mopeds may park east of Lots 11 and 12, in lots 23 and 24, or in regular motor vehicle parking areas based on registration status.  
3. The University’s snowmobile parking areas are on Phoenix Drive east of Dow for commuter students and Lot 10 for residence hall students.
4. Michigan Tech prohibits operating snowmobiles on University property without the written consent of the director of Transportation Services, except along the Phoenix Drive.
5. Click here to view the Secretary of State’s Snowmobile Regulations. (http://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1585_15242-34640--,00.html)

Faculty/Staff/Retired Employees

Faculty/Staff Permits: Valid January 1 through December 31

All employees must register their vehicles and obtain a parking permit hangtag by January 1.  Faculty/Staff parking hangtags may be purchased online or at Transportation Services. During fall open enrollment, parking hangtags may be paid for by payroll deduction through TechSelect.

Use of faculty/staff permits by students enrolled at Michigan Tech University is strictly prohibited.

 

Faculty/Staff Hangtags Price Valid in Lots
Red permit $125 1, 2, 3, 6, 7W, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 23, 24, 24A, 25, 28, 30, 30A, 31, 33, & 95
Black permit-Lot 11 (reserved parking lot) $250 Lot 11
PLUS red permit lots
General Parking $20 23, 24 & 95 ONLY

Emeriti Faculty

All retired faculty that have been approved by the Board of Control for Emeriti status and will be parking on campus need to register their vehicles with Transportation Services.  In order to register your vehicle, you need to bring your current vehicle registration and picture ID to Transportation Services.  Emeriti faculty must have a current Tech ID card to be able to park in lot 27 (pay lot) for free, if space is available.  If there are no parking spaces available, Emeriti faculty can park at the meters for .75¢ per hour or purchase a visitor’s pass from Transportation Services. 

All Retired Employees

For details and options available for all retirees click here.

Motorcycles, Mopeds, and Snowmobiles:

1.  All vehicles of this type must be registered with Transportation Services.

2.  Your motorcycle/moped permit will be valid in the same lots that your vehicle permit is valid for.  Example, a general permit will allow you to park in lots 23, 24 and 95.
3.  If you do not purchase a vehicle parking permit, the charge will be $25.00 for the motorcycle, moped or snowmobile permit.

4.  The University’s snowmobile parking area is on Phoenix drive east of Dow.

5. Michigan Tech prohibits operating snowmobiles on University property without the written consent of the director of Transportation Services, except along the Phoenix Drive.

6. Click here to view the Secretary of State’s Snowmobile Regulations. (http://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1585_15242-34640--,00.html)

Golden Husky Monthly Passes

Golden Husky Monthly Passes:  $40/month


A limited number of Golden Husky Passes will be offered for monthly parking in Visitor Lot #27.  All students, faculty, and staff are required to have a SILVER parking permit in order to obtain a Golden Husky Pass.

Bicycles

Bicycles:  Free


1. Register your bicycles at Public Safety and Police Services on MacInnes Drive.  You will need to provide the make, model, color, and serial number for registration.  There is NO registration fee