Residential Student Parking Permits
Honors, Woods, College Park, and University Park Resident Communities (D)
Beginning FALL 2014, fees for a parking permit for resident students is: annual, $130; fall/spring semesters, $108; single semester, $57.
The cost for the Summer 2014 residential permit is $53.00.
A resident student is not permitted to purchase a commuter (C) permit.
The Honors, Woods, College Park, and University Park Resident Communities (D) parking permits are valid in your respective lots. If a space is not available in that lot you may park in the next closest community lot or Raider Park and Ride Lot 20.
- All residents must be parked in these community lots or Raider Park and Ride Lot 20 between 6 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
- Resident permits are also valid in commuter (white lined) spaces on campus from 4 p.m. until 6 a.m., Monday through Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday.
Forest Lane (L) & Hamilton Hall (H)
A student who is a resident is not permitted to purchase a commuter "C" permit.
- Forest Lane (L) parking permits are valid in Forest Lane Community lot FL. If a legal parking space is unavailable in lot FL, a Forest Lane permit holder may use the white lined commuter spaces in Lot 4.
- Hamilton Hall (H) parking permits are valid in Lot 4 in the white lined spaces.
- Forest Lane (L) and Hamilton Hall (H) permits are valid in commuter (white lined) spaces on campus from 4 p.m. to 6 a.m., Monday through Friday and all day on Saturday and Sunday.
- Village (V) Lot V parking permits are valid in Lot V in spaces next to the buildings or in the adjacent lot near the picnic shelter.
- The Village (V) permit may be used to park in commuter (white lined) spaces on campus.
- Visitor parking is available with a parking permit. Visitor permits for overnight visitors may be obtained at the Department of Parking and Transportation by email, or at the Visitor Booth in Lot 2, from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Friday. Residents may obtain a parking permit for their visitor that is valid in commuter student lot 4 or lot 6 (white lines). Open parking is available for visitors in campus lots (including faculty/staff and commuter student spaces) after 4 p.m. on Friday and all day on Saturday and Sunday. Visitor parking is not available in the Residence lots at anytime.
- Visitor parking permits are issued for up to two days at a time, unless approved by Residence Services.
- Residential community permits are valid in unspecified Nutter Center Lots 1 through 9 (no overnight parking). Park and Ride permits are valid in Nutter Center Lots 7 and 8 (no overnight parking).
Park & Ride
Raider Lot 20 (R) Park & Ride Parking Permits
- Resident students are eligible to purchase Raider Park & Ride Lot 20 parking permits.
- Raider Park & Ride Lot 20 permits are valid only in Raider Park & Ride Lot 20 (spaces identified with white lines) and in Nutter Center Lot 8 (no overnight parking).
The fees for Park & Ride parking permits are: fall/spring semesters, $26; per semester, $13.
Park & Ride permits are valid in commuter (C) student (white lined) spaces during semester breaks and university observed holidays. Handicap persons with Park & Ride permits may park in any handicap space during semester breaks.
Open parking is available at the Dayton campus in faculty/staff and commuter student lots (white lines), after 4 p.m. on Friday and all day on Saturday and Sunday.
During fall and spring semesters, Monday through Friday, the Campus Shuttle provides transportation to and from Raider Lot 20, the residential communities, and the McLin Gym at the Nutter Center. Schedules are available at the Parking and Transportation department, posted at the stops, and are available on the shuttles.