Parking Permits for Academic Year 2020-2021
Due to the limited number of community members coming to campus and in limited capacities, Public Safety will not be selling new permits to the campus community for the 2020-2021 academic year. There are two options for community members planning to commute to campus this year:
- If you have a window cling permit from last academic year or previous years, please continue to use this permit. It will remain valid as long as your vehicle and license plate information is registered with Public Safety.
- If you are new to the community or have not previously had a parking permit and require one for this academic year, you can receive a free permit.
Parking on Campus
Students, faculty, and staff parking on campus should purchase a permit type that fits their needs.
To purchase your annual permit, please visit the Department of Public Safety with your license plate number, make/model and color of vehicle, phone number, and a valid St. Kate's ID.
|Daily parking permit||$3||Anyone may purchase a daily parking permit at the Public Safety office.|
|Student Resident permit||$225||St. Kate's student permits will be charged to the student's account.|
|Faculty/Staff permit||$125||Faculty/Staff must pay with check or credit cards, online before or at the time of purchase.|
|PSEO Students permit||$125||Must pay with check only at the time of purchase.|
|Motorcycle Permits||Free with vehicle permit purchase, parking only in designated motorcycle parking areas.|
- Even though a permit needs to be physically obtained from the Public Safety office, a permit can still be paid for in advance through the DPS Marketplace using a credit card.
- Faculty/Staff must pay with checks or credit cards only at the time of purchase.
- PSEO, ACTC, UST Social Work can only pay with a check.
- ACTC students must present college identification at the time of purchase.
- St. Kate's student permits will be charged to the student's account.
Who may not obtain a parking permit?
- You may not purchase a permit if you have any outstanding tickets with Public Safety.
- First year resident students are generally not eligible for a parking permit. However, first year students who wish to apply for an exemption (based on health, safety, undue hardship, or living further than 175 miles away from campus) to this policy should complete and submit the “First Year Resident Parking Exemption” form. Official documentation will be required after your application is reviewed to determine the necessity of a permit. Fill out the form and return through inter-campus mail to Mailbox # 4030, via USPS, by fax (651.690.6005), or in person to Public Safety. Special circumstances include, but are not limited to; personal or family medical care needs, undue hardship, safety issues, living further than 175 miles from campus and/or disabilities.
- If you have special circumstances, you should complete the First Year Resident Student Special Circumstances Parking Exemption Application to obtain a parking permit. Fill out the form and return through inter-campus mail to Mailbox # 4030, via USPS, by fax (651.690.6005), or in person to Public Safety.