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Summer Parking at Cal U

Main Campus Parking

Everyone who parks on the main campus MUST have a summer parking credential. Parking regulations will be enforced 24/7 throughout the summer.

All calendar/fiscal year permit holders will receive a summer credential (decal) in the mail or you can stop into the parking office.

If you do not currently have a year-round (calendar/fiscal year) parking pass, you may purchase a summer parking credential. Cost for a Summer parking permit is $50. 

Summer parking credentials are valid from May 9 to Aug. 20. They can be purchased ONLY in the Parking and Transportation Office, located in Manderino Library, Room 123.

Parking Permit Renewals

Drivers can renew their parking permits for the fall semester now through May 30.

All outstanding citations must be paid in order to renew your parking permit.

Failure to renew your permit by May 30 will result in deactivation of the permit. Drivers using deactivated permits will receive citations.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I purchase a summer parking permit online?

No, you must visit the Parking and Transportation Office in person to purchase a summer parking credential. Please plan to pay with cash, a check or a credit card, summer parking permits cannot be charged to your student account.

What do I do in fall, when the credential expires?

After the summer parking credential has expired on Aug. 20, you will need to park in your regularly assigned lot, or purchase a parking permit for the semester.

I am only on campus a few hours a week. Where should I park?

You may park in the Vulcan Garage and pay the hourly rate. See parking garage rates or the hourly meters located in LOT 17 (behind Student Center) or LOT 11 (behind Morgan/Gallagher Halls).

Contact Us

Office of Parking and Transportation
Manderino Library
M-F 8 a.m.-4 p.m.



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Any duplication or alteration of a parking permit may result in suspension of parking privileges on campus.

Permits are not to be shared, transferred, or sold to another sibling or student. Each permit is assigned and registered to only one person and all citations and responsibilities are with the assigned person with the permit. 

Transferring or selling a permit without proper registration with the Department of Parking & Transportation is prohibited and considered an invalid permit.