Metered Lots

Short Term Parking LotsChamplain College parking meter close up

The Miller Information Commons (MIC), Skiff Hall and Summit Hall parking lots are reserved for short term parking. You can locate the metered lots on the official Campus Parking Map identified with a red "$" symbol. The Details:

  • Every vehicle parked in these lots needs to display a valid Champlain College parking permit (commuter student, employee or guest).
  • Payment is required between the hours of 8:00 am-4:00 pm, Monday-Friday, during the academic year.
  • After hours are free but it is still required to display a valid Champlain parking permit 24 hours per day.
  • Parking costs $1 per hour. You can pay for 15-minutes blocks for the first hour. After one hour, you must purchase time in one-hour blocks, up to the maximum time limit.
  • MIC and Summit lots have a 4 hour maximum per day.
  • Skiff Hall lot has a 2 hour maximum per day.
  • Payment can be made at either the "Pay and Display Kiosk" located within the lot or mobile payment using the Parkmobile app. Please ensure payment BEFORE exiting the lot.

To use Parkmobile:

  1. Download the app at the Apple Store or Google Play store.
  2. Create an account, adding your vehicle and credit card information. Double check your vehicle information is correct.
  3. Select the correct lot (MIC is 4520, Summit is 4521 and Skiff is 4522) and start a parking session with your desired time while you are at your vehicle. Remember the daily time limits.
  4. A 30c convenience fee is charged per session.
  5. Time, up to the maximum limit, may be added remotely if needed with no additional convenience fee.
  6. A receipt is not required to be displayed, just your valid Champlain parking permit.

To use the Pay and Display Kiosk:

  1. Go to the kiosk and insert US coins, bills, or credit card (Canadian currency NOT accepted). Master Card, Visa, Amex, and Discover can be used. The machine does not make change. There is a one hour minimum if you use a credit card.
  2. The machine will give you a receipt.
  3. Place the meter receipt on the drivers side of your dashboard near your Champlain College parking permit, making sure it is facing up and not obscured by anything. Remove old receipts.

Who can park here?

  • Any Champlain employee or commuter student with a Zone 1, 3 or 4 permit.
  • Visitors to campus, including parents and guest speakers. You must display a valid visitor parking permit and may use these parking spaces for free (no payment required). Visitor permits can be obtained by the Champlain employee hosting the guest using champlain.thepermitstore.com or by emailing parking@champlain.edu three days prior to the visit. See more details here.
  • Disabled permit holders may use these spaces for free at any time.
    • All Champlain employees or students shall display a valid Champlain College Disabled Parking Permit decal on their windshield.
    • All disabled visitors shall display a state issued hancicap placard.
  • Residential students (those with a Zone 2 or Zone 5 permit) may NOT park in these lots between 8am-4pm M-F, even if they pay for the meter time. Residential students displaying a valid permit may use these parking lots after 4pm until 8am, Monday-Friday and all day on weekends.

Specific locations of kiosks:

MIC parking meter Summit parking meter
MIC lot kiosk is located on the north side of the lot, next to the book drop. Summit lot kiosk is located on the backside (east side) of Summit Hall, near the driveway to the parking lot. Skiff Hall kiosk is located at the rear of Skiff Hall, on the west side of the building near the rear entry.