- Designated parking areas (lots and meters) are enforced 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. (except Saturdays,
Sundays, and University-closed holidays), unless otherwise noted below:
- Hillside (Lot 4) meters are enforced 24/7 for payment or by daily or weekly permit.
- Lots 15W & 16 meters are no parking between the hours of 2 a.m. - 7 a.m. (seven days a week).
- Lots 7W, 15E, 15W & 16 are enforced seven days a week from 2 a.m. to 4 p.m. for proper permit.
- Faculty/Staff and Commuter Permits are valid only in Lots indicated with their applicable parking permits.
- Residential Lots/Daniell Heights Blocks are enforced 24/7 for proper permit. Residential permits are specific to an assigned lot/block.
Night Parking Ban
November 1 through April 30, between 2 a.m. and 7 a.m., parking is prohibited on campus—whether it is snowing or not. Exceptions:
- Campus housing residents must park in their designated lot/block.
- Employees who work an assigned shift may park in an overnight parking space assigned to them by Transportation Services.
- To request parking during the night parking ban, you may contact the Transportation Services office during normal business hours or Public Safety and Police Services after hours. If approved, you must have a permit or pay to park at the assigned meter area you were given during your request.
- Campus visitors with a daily or weekly parking permit will be assigned to either Lot 24 or Lot 26.
Transportation Services posts notices in residence halls at least 24 hours in advance when lots are going to be cleared. It is the responsibility of vehicle owners to be aware of these notices and move their vehicles accordingly to avoid being ticketed and/or towed.
Parking for Persons with Disabilities
Students needing temporary accommodations should contact Disability Services to discuss options available.
To park in a space designated as disabled parking, the vehicle must have a valid disabled placard or disabled license plate issued by the Secretary of State of Michigan or the Secretary of State of another state in the United States.
Please see Transportation Services to register your handicap placard. Your valid placard will allow you to park in any space designated as disabled parking on campus. For overnight accommodations, please contact Transportation Services.
The University does not accept responsibility for loss of, or damage to, any vehicle or the content thereof. It is recommended that owners carry personal insurance to cover such losses.
The speed limit is 25 miles per hour on campus roads, unless otherwise posted.
- It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure that the permit is visible at all times. On motorcycles/snowmobiles/trailers, the decal must be displayed in plain view in the location stated when the permit was purchased.
- Permits are to be hung from the rear-view mirror with color and permit number facing outward. If a hangtag can not be hung from a rear-view mirror, accommodations can be made with the Transportation Services office for an alternate approved location.
- Temporary or visitor permits must be filled out completely and displayed from the rear-view mirror. Printable visitor permits must be displayed on the passenger’s side dashboard.
Lost or Stolen Permits
- Students/faculty/staff who lose a permit and wish to continue parking on campus will need to purchase a replacement hangtag at the rate of $50 or risk being ticketed.