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Employee and Student Parking Permits

We are committed to supporting the students, staff, faculty, and visitors at Wright State by managing the parking needs of the university while providing excellent customer service. Our policies and procedures are designed to help alleviate parking and traffic issues at our campus while keeping motorists and pedestrians safe. Purchasing a parking pass may not guarantee parking will be available in your preferred lot, but we strive to design policies to make parking safe and accessible for everyone who visits our campus.

Summer Hours and Parking Permits

The new hours are 7 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.  For your parking needs, please email parking@wright.edu.

Use your My Parking Account to:

  • Order parking permits
  • Manage your parking account
  • Appeal/pay citations

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Commuter Student Permits

Commuter student permit Fall 2020, you can buy a C parking permit to park in:

  • Commuter permits are valid in all lots on main campus for Fall semester 2020
  • Unrestricted spaces in Wright State Nutter Center Lots 1–9, except during scheduled events

You are not guaranteed parking in your preferred lot. During busy times between 10 a.m. and noon on weekdays, we recommend you pick lot 4, where most of the student parking is located. Officers monitor all lots year round.

    Parking is not permitted in:

    • Restricted spaces, such as spaces reserved for visitors, people with disabilities, and A permits or spaces marked reserved, bracketed by signs, or for university vehicles.
    • Residential parking spaces in community lots.
    • Campus permits are not valid for event parking at the Nutter Center.

    Residential Student Permits

    If you live on campus Fall 2020, there are residential parking lots assigned to you based on where you live. Residential permits are valid in all parking lots on main campus Fall semester 2020, unless space is marked as restricted (e.g. visitor spaces, handicapped spaces, or spaces marked reserved or for university vehicles). Officers monitor all lots year-round.

    • Honors, Woods, College Park, and University Park (D permit) residents can park in spaces in those residential communities' lots.
    • Forest Lane (L permit) residents can park in the Forest Lane community lot or Lot 4 for overflow parking.
    • Hamilton Hall (H permit) residents can park in white-lined spaces in Lot 4.
    • Village apartment (V permit) residents can park in spaces next to the Village buildings or in the adjacent lot near the picnic shelter, all lots on main campus, and unrestricted spaces at the Nutter Center Lots 1–9, except during scheduled events.

    What if I have a visitor to my on-campus dorm or apartment?

    Visitors to Campus Housing this semester, Fall 2020, is being limited as an extra safety measure. Please contact Office of Resident Life and Housing in advance of your visit by email at housing@wright.edu , whenever possible. 


    Employee Parking Permits

    B Permits

    Faculty, staff, and contract staff can buy B permits. Graduate assistants, teaching assistants, and student employees are not eligible for B permits, but can purchase a commuter or residential student parking pass.

    Faculty, staff, and contract staff with B permits can park in:

    • Yellow-lined spaces in Lots 1, 1a, 3, 4, 7, 8 (gated), 9, 10, 11, 13 (gated), 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18.
    • Unrestricted spaces in Nutter Center Lots 1–9, except during scheduled events.
    • Reserved A permit parking spaces from 4 p.m. to 6 a.m. Monday through Friday and all day on the weekend.

    To ensure there is parking for commuter students, you should park in white-lined spaces only when the yellow-lined spaces are unavailable. You cannot park in residential parking lots. Faculty assigned to teach a class at the Honors Community can use the spaces next to the building. To access Lots 8 and 13, you need a valid permit or a Wright1 Card to enter. Your access to those lots will activate the day after you purchase your permit. Annual passes are activated the week following December Commencement.

    You cannot park in restricted spaces, such as spaces reserved for visitors, people with disabilities, or spaces marked reserved or for university vehicles.

    A Permits

    New A permits are being issued. Only employees who are employed full time on campus and have not retired are eligible to renew or purchase an A permit. A permit holders follow the same guidelines as B permit holders except they can park in designated reserved spaces within assigned lots. A permit parking spots are open to anyone who has a valid employee B permit from 4 p.m. to 6 a.m. on weekdays and at any time on weekends. A permit holders cannot park in other spaces marked restricted, such as spaces reserved for visitors, people with disabilities, or spaces marked for university vehicles.

    What if I leave the university?

    If you leave the university, you must turn in your parking pass to the Customer Care Center at 065 Allyn Hall. If you do not turn your parking pass in, your final paycheck from the university may be deferred until it is returned. Visit the employee separation policy for more information.


    Replacement Permits

    Replacement permits are available for $15 if yours has been lost or stolen. Contact the Customer Care Center at 937-775-4444 in 065 Allyn Hall.


    Parking Permit Costs

    2020–21 Student Parking Permit Fees
    Term Cost for Commuter Permit, C Permit and Resident D, L, H, or V Permit Cost for Lot 4 A Economy Commuter Permit, N Permit
    Fall, Spring, Summer (3) Semesters Not available Not available
    Two Semesters Not available Not available
    Single semester $48 Not available
    Parking Permit Fees for Employee
    Term Cost for B Permit Cost for A Permit
    Annual $225 $500
    Single semester $100 Not available

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