- S Permit
permits are valid in Student lots
only from 6:00a.m. to 1:00a.m. Student permits are valid in 1 (all
levels) except SP areas and 2A after 3:30 p.m. and on weekends. Student permits are
sold online or at Parking Services for those who cannot purchase online.
Weekly and monthly permits are also available online. Fall, spring and summer permits have the dates of validity printed on them.
PARKING - N Permit
living on campus are required to purchase a day & overnight permit (N Permit).
You may purchase an overnight permit online or from a pay permit machine in 3, 7, 12 and the CSL pay stations. Overnight parking is restricted to specified lots; read signs
separate overnight only permit is
available should students need a temporary overnight only permit. These
permits can be purchased online.
AND STAFF (F/S)
are three different F/S permits available: 10-month payroll deductible permits
(Valid for only ten months out of the year: August 15 - June 15), Twelve-month
payroll deductible permits, and Semester permits. Payroll deduction permits
must be obtained in person at Parking Services. Daily, Weekly, Monthly & Semester permits may be obtain online. F/S permits are valid only
in F/S and Student lots.
members who have Adjunct status may purchase a semester permit online.
OR RETIRED FACULTY / RETIRED STAFF
members who have officially retired with "Emeritus" status may obtain
a free yearly permit at Parking Services with a valid emeritus
identification card. The emeritus permit is free unless the individual is
participating in “FERP” or is continuing employment. Retired staff of 20 years may receive a
free parking permit for up to 12 months unless the individual is an annuitant. The
employee must obtain an SDSU ID card from the Aztec Card Office with the appropriate status to obtain the permit
through Parking Services.
A DMV placard or plate is require to park in all ADA spaces on campus. In addition, a SDSU paid permit is required at all times to park on campus.
GUESTS OF CAMPUS
departments and auxiliary organizations may purchase a supply of guest
“Faculty/Staff” parking permits. Permits purchased through this process are for
guest use only, allowing visitors to park in “Faculty Staff” lots.
These permits cannot be distributed to faculty, staff or students. Violations
may result in the suspension of authorization to purchase these permits.
Permits may be purchased for the following: daily, weekly, monthly, semester, or for
a “no cite.” Department
Permit Request Form [PDF]. Guest permits may not be written in
pencil and may not be altered or changed in any way.
Visitors must purchase a pay machine permit or they may purschase a permit in advance online through the Aztec Parking Portal. These permits are only valid in in student parking. The pay machines are located in 3 (levels 1-3), 6B, 7, 8, 10, 12 (level 8 & outside the north/east corner) and the by the Parking Information Booth at the CSL drive through. Permits purchased in 6B, 8 & 10 are only valid in the lot purchased.
PERMIT (SP) AREAS
spaces are painted white and designated SP. SP Area permits have a number after
the SP (for example, SP 100). These permits are valid only in the special
permit area listed on the permit. These permits may only be obtained from the
Parking Office for the department assigned to that area. All SP permits require an additional charge and must be displayed with a current SDSU permit when being used by a
university employee. Students do not qualify for SP permits.
permits are valid in Service/Vendor (S/V) areas for one hour at a time and then
in F/S, Student areas for the remainder of the day. Short-term and long-term business permits may be
purchased at the Parking Services with a valid business identification. Once you have establish an account in our parking system you will be able to purchase permits online.
spaces are painted yellow and are designated Service/Vendor (S/V). These permits are valid in S/V
only. S/V permits are not valid in F/S or Student areas. S/V permits are only valid for the time and date listed.
S/V permits valid over one hour, must be displayed with a current SDSU paid permit.
SAN MARCOS (Faculty/Staff Permits Only)
permits, purchased at CSU San Marcos, are valid at SDSU if they are current and
the vehicle is parked in the correct lot as designated on the permit.