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All vehicles must be registered with the University through IPARQ and The Permit Store. Metered parking is available at the Chestnut Street Lot, along Second Street between Elwell Hall and the Scranton Commons and at the Recreation Center. Parking areas shown on the University parking map are identified by color codes. Students, faculty, and staff are issued permits in accordance with the color coded system.
Eligible vehicles may be registered at the University Police office for appropriate parking identification Monday through Friday, 8am to 4pm. Parking fines should be paid via SCAPAY.com and by following the directions on the bottom of all Parking Tickets.
Parking Lot Signage
All parking lot signage supersedes the campus parking map. Always observe signage at lots even if they differ slightly over the parking map.
Parking on University - owned or leased property is at the driver’s own risk. The University assumes no responsibility for damages or theft. If you’re faculty, staff or an eligible student you can register between the designated times through IPARQ and The Permit Store.
Students living outside an established perimeter around the University are eligible to park on campus. See the map at the University Police Dept. for a detailed perimeter.
Students with 60 or more earned credit hours park in lots shown in black; those with fewer than 60 credit hours must park in designated lots shown as purple on the map.
Resident hall students with 60 or more credit hours can register a vehicle and park in the First Street (Green) Lot. Students with less than 60 credits can register a vehicle and park in the Blue Lot. There is a parking fee of $75.00 per semester for each lot.
Students residing in University Apartment complexes can register a vehicle and park in designated spaces located near each apartment complex. These lots require a parking fee of $75.00 per semester. There are to be no overnight visitors in the dorm buildings and therefore no overnight passes for such visitors.
If you're a visitor to campus, you must obtain a visitor's parking hangtag and display it in your vehicle. Visitors may park in any legally lined area on campus. Permits can be obtained in the following buildings: Carver Hall, Buckingham Maintenance Center and University Police.
If you're visiting the Admissions Office, Athletic Department, Speech and Hearing Clinic, or the Reading Center visitor permits can be obtained from those departments for their specific areas. If you know whom you're visiting, you may have a visitor's hangtag mailed to you in advance. Free round trip shuttle service is available between the upper campus and lower campus. Visitor parking hangtags are available at University Police Dept. and the Buckingham Maintenance Center.
If you're an overnight guest of a student, which are allowed only on upper campus in apartments and only after that guest is registered with Residence Life, you can obtain a parking pass from the University Police Department which is open 24 hours / 7 days a week.
Parking is permitted only in lined spaces, in the decal/ hangtag designated area. Parking on the grass is prohibited unless directed by University Police.
Parking is not allowed on University property between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m., except for the resident student lots, Montgomery Place Apartments, Mt. Olympus Apartments, Kile Apartments and the Jessica Kozloff Apartments. Parking in these lots requires a special hangtag for the specific lot or a visitor pass.
Parking in some areas of campus is restricted for resident directors, the Community Government Association and University vehicles. Handicapped parking spaces are located throughout campus. Cars parked illegally in restricted areas can be towed at the operator's expense. The operator can be fined.