Permit Information

Permit Policy

Students, faculty, staff and vendors who bring a vehicle to campus must register their vehicle with the Campus Public Safety Office. Visitors should ask their campus contact for information about parking on campus.

Permit Fees

  • Zone 1: Free for Faculty & Staff
  • Zone 2: Free for Students
  • Zone 3: Permit fees are $170/semester for full-time Faculty, Staff and Commuting Students, $75/semester for part-time Faculty, Staff and Commuting students.
  • Zone 4: Permit fees are $200/semester for full-time Faculty, Staff and Commuting Students, $90/semester for part-time Faculty, Staff and Commuting students.
  • Permit fees are $170/semester for residential special needs permits (Zone 5). There is no charge for parking in qualified satellite lots.
  • Evening students can park in any available lot after 4 p.m. for free or in the Zone 2 lot during shuttle hours. There is no charge for students to park in the Gilbane lot at any time.

Metered Parking

Metered parking lots available at Miller Information Commons and 56 Summit. $1 per hour, 8am - 4pm, M-F. Champlain permit required. See more information here.

Zone Permits

Permits are issued by zone depending on enrollment or employment status with the College, taking into account special needs. Fees may be paid in full at registration or, in the case of faculty and staff, by payroll deduction.

Residential students who enroll in Radiography or who work until at least 11pm at least one night per week may apply for a zone 5 permit and park under the Main Street Suites. Cost is $170 per semester and spaces are limited and assigned on a first come basis. Proof of employment is required.


Affix the decal to the lower left-hand corner of the front windshield. Decals must be clearly visible through the front windshield.

Replacement Permits

Notify the Campus Public Safety Office immediately if your permit is lost or stolen. Log on to to request a replacement permit. Once a replacement permit is ordered, the old permit is no longer valid. There is a $10 processing fee for replacement permits.


If you withdraw (or cease College employment) within five days of receiving your permit, 100% of the permit cost will be refunded provided you return your permit by mail to and permanently remove your vehicle from the campus.

Permits are not transferable Remove your permit from your vehicle if you sell it or otherwise transfer ownership. Log on to to change or update your vehicle information. Permits may not be transferred to other individuals or used on vehicles not registered for that permit.

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