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Parking map of Cal U

This campus map shows the parking areas at Cal U and their designations as Tier 1, Tier 2 or Reserved parking. 

Handicapped parking spaces are located in Tier 1 parking lots. Anyone who parks in a handicapped space will pay at the Tier 2 parking rate.

Parking changes for students with Lot 22 permits

The Vulcan Parking Garage (Lot 22) will remain closed for the Spring 2016 semester. These options are available for drivers who hold Lot 22 parking permits:

Option 1: Students with Lot 22 (Vulcan Garage) parking permits may continue to park at Roadman Park (Lot 24) — but those students must change their parking permit to a Roadman Park (Lot 24) permit for the spring semester.

Cost for the renewed Roadman Park (Lot 24) permit is the Tier 2 price of $100.

Option 2: Any Vulcan Garage (Lot 22) permit holder who wishes to exchange his/her permit for an on-campus lot must visit the Parking and Transportation Office in Manderino Library before the end of the Fall 2016 semester.

A limited number of on-campus permits are available; they will be assigned on a first come, first served basis.

Vulcan Garage (Lot 22) permit-holders also may place their names on the waitlist for an on-campus parking lot for the spring semester. Waitlist spaces will be assigned during the winter break (before the Spring 2017 semester)

Questions? For more information, contact the Parking and Transportation Office at 724-938-4677 or visit the office in Manderino Library, Room 123.

Student parking fees

Students must purchase parking permits one semester at a time.

Parking Plan Rates - Fall 2014

Parking Plan Option

PER semester

Tier 1

$150.00

Tier 2 (Lots 4, 13, 24)

$100.00

Responsibility

Students who register for the permit are ultimately responsible for all citations issued against that permit. For example, if you lend your vehicle to a roommate or friend and he or she receives a citation, you as the permit-holder are responsible for the citation. Unpaid parking fines can result in an academic hold being placed on your account.

Renewal

ALL STUDENT SEMESTER PERMITS ARE RENEWABLE FOR THE NEXT SEMESTER. ALL PERMIT HOLDERS WILL BE NOTIFIED VIA THEIR CALU.EDU EMAIL ADDRESS  WHEN RENEWALS CAN BE COMPLETED ONLINE.

FOR SPRING RENEWAL THIS OCCURS AROUND THE THANKSGIVING BREAK, IN THE SPRING FOR THE FALL RENEWAL IT OCCURS AFTER THE SPRING BREAK.

**IMPORTANT**  FAILURE TO RENEW WITHIN THE TIME FRAME AS COMMUNICATED IN THE EMAIL MAY RESULT IN THE PERMIT BEING EXPIRED/DEACTIVATED AND UNABLE TO BE RENEW. PLEASE DO NOT WAIT TO RENEW YOUR PERMIT ONCE YOU HAVE RECEIVE THE EMAIL NOTIFICATION. STUDENT PERMITS EXPIRE THE LAST DAY OF EACH SEMESTER.

ALL PERMITS ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE UNIVERSITY AND LOST PERMITS AND THOSE NOT RETURNED CAN BE ACCESSED A $30 PERMIT REPLACEMENT FEE AS WELL AS ACADEMIC HOLDS PLACED ON THOSE WITH EXPIRED AND OR NON-RETURNED PERMITS.  HOLDS MAYBE REMOVED ONCE THE PERMITS HAS BEEN RECEIVED OR THE LOST PERMIT FEE HAS BEEN PAID.