Parking permits are required to park on campus. Please see important information below.
Avoid the Lines. Purchase Online to Receive Your Permit by Mail (Update Your Address in Your Portal)
Please allow two weeks for parking permit to arrive by mail after payment has been applied.
If you purchase your parking permit online, your permit will be mailed to you beginning the first week in January. Please check your mailing address in your portal to ensure it gets to the right place. If you have not already paid for your parking permit yet, you can click the “Purchase Optional Fees” link in your portal and pay for parking only.
Print a Temporary Pass from Your Portal – No Need to Wait in Line In-Person
If you have already paid for your parking permit, but have not received it in the Mail before the semester begins, you can print a temporary permit from your student portal. There is no need to wait in line to pick up a parking permit.
If You Know Your Permit Will Be Paid by Financial Aid or Scholarship – Print a Temporary Permit
If you know your permit will be paid by financial aid or scholarship, you can print a temporary permit from your student portal once the payment has been made. Verify your financial aid disbursement in your “myFinancialAid” portal and if your aid has been applied to your parking fee, you may print a temporary permit while you are awaiting delivery of your permit via mail.
The link to the temporary parking permit can be found under “Fees” section of Financial Aid & Fees in your Student Portal.
To access the features mentioned above, please login to your student portal.
Parking Permits May Be Purchased in Santa Rosa and Petaluma
The above mentioned online methods are the more efficient and preferred method of obtaining your parking pass. However, parking passes are being sold in-person in both Santa Rosa and Petaluma. Santa Rosa: Accounting, in Bailey Hall. Petaluma: Welcome & Connect Center in Mike Smith Hall, building 500.
Please check our website for updates.