Spring Parking permits go on sale at 10 am on january 6, 2020
In advance of registering, please view the list of student permit types and their associated fees. Fall permits are valid through January 26, 2020. Annual permits are valid through August 30, 2020.
Registrations can be purchased and managed through our parking management system. Students may have two vehicles on their registration at once; however, only ONE vehicle may be parked on campus at a time. Use our system to add or remove vehicles from your account.
When registering, please use an email that you check frequently. Important parking reminders and notifications will be sent to this email address.
cancelling your registration
Students may cancel their parking registrations at any time by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. When cancelling, please include your name and UID, as well as a message stating your intent to cancel your parking registration. We offer refunds for student parking registration fees based on the schedule found on our Student Parking Fees and Permit Types page.
If a student is unable to register because their preferred lot is full, they may join a parking waitlist. Students can register for a waitlist through the parking management system. Waitlists are one of the tools we use to balance lot registrations at the beginning of the semester. As the semester progresses, we monitor lot capacity and availability. As spaces in lots become available, students on the waitlist are contacted via email and offered parking in the lot. Waitlist requests are open to any student regardless of parking status. They are free and expire at the end of every semester.
Student Online spring 2020 parking registration
Student parking permits for the Spring 2020 semester go on sale at 10 AM on January 6, 2020.
All resident students with 30 or more credits and commuter students and are eligible to register for on-campus parking. Freshman resident students (defined as one with 0 to 29 credits who lives on campus) are not eligible to register for parking. However, they may apply for an exception under certain circumstances.
Applying for a Freshman Exception
Freshman resident students looking to park on campus must apply for an exception that will be reviewed by DOTS personnel. Those who qualify for exception will be assigned a parking lot based on their residence hall location and lot availability.
You may apply for your exception here. For best consideration, submit your application by July 28, 2019. Please be aware that submitting this online application does not guarantee parking.
Student parking registrations are valid for your primary lot assignment, as well as your student overflow lot, Lot 4. You may be directed to park in your overflow lot OR another lot on campus if athletics, a special event or construction affect your assigned lot.
Commuter students may register for parking based on lot availability and their class standing. Please note, overnight parking in commuter parking lots is prohibited for students with commuter registrations. Parking assignments are based on spaces available in the lot.
|Credit Hours Earned||Available Lots|
|0-29||Lots 6, 9, 11|
|30-59||Lots 1, 6, 9, 11, SDG|
|60-89||Lots 1, 6, 9, 11, SDG|
|90+||Lots 1, 6, 9, 11, SDG|
Resident students may register for parking based on class standing, lot availability and the location of their residence hall. Parking assignments are based on spaces available in each lot.
|Housing Location||Available Lots|
|Fraternity Row, Old and New Leonardtown||Lots 16 and 17|
|North Hill (excluding Caroline, Wicomico and Carroll Halls)||Lots 2, 3, 6, 19 (Lot 19 available ONLY for students with 60+ credits)|
|South Campus Commons, South Hill, Caroline, Wicomico, Carroll and Prince Fredrick Halls||Lots 2, 3, 6, 19 (Lot 19 available ONLY for students with 60+ credits)|
|Cambridge, Denton and Ellicott Communities||Lots 2, 6 and 17|
|Graham Cracker||Lots 15, 16 and 17|