Parking Information - Faculty/Staff
Parking on the UWSP campus is by permit only except in metered areas with proper payment. Space for parking is limited and restricted and there is a charge to purchase a permit. A parking permit serves as permission to park and does not guarantee a parking space. The university is not responsible for damage to a vehicle or its contents while parked on campus. Parking is not allowed in restricted or reserved areas. Motorcycle parking only in cycle stalls April 1st - Nov 1st.
Obtaining a parking permit on campus is a two-step process for Faculty/Staff; WAITLIST sign-up and PERMIT PURCHASE. Lot assignments of parking spaces are based on continuous seniority-of-service at UWSP and require a waitlist signup by August 1st each year. Faculty/staff can select two waitlist options; first choice lot & second choice lot. The PERMIT PURCHASE step begins in early August after the seniority WAITLIST lot assignment is completed. Your waitlist lot assignment reservation will be held for a two-week period for you to purchase your permit. If you have not purchased a permit in that timeframe, the reservation will be released to the next senior person on the list. Second semester parking permit sales begin in early January.
Waitlist Signup Link - Add/Edit Waitlists
Permit payment options:
* Cash/check in Parking Services office
* Credit/debit card online
* Payroll deduction available through Sept. online (staff paid monthly can select 1 full or 5 partial payments, staff paid bi-weekly can select 1, 5 or 10 payments) Payroll deduction option not available after Sept. 1st.
Faculty/staff parking permit applications received after August 1st are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.
To be included in the seniority-based parking assignment, submit your parking lot waitlist options by Aug 1st each year.
Faculty/Staff Parking Lot Options: Lot A, D, E, F, H, K, R, S, V and Z
Combination Staff/Student Lots: Lot T & W
- 2014-2015 first vehicle permit: $118.00
- Additional permit for vehicle registered to you: $5.00 (one vehicle allowed on campus at a time)
- Second semester vehicle permit: $71.00 (semester permits for sale starting Jan. 6th)
- Summer vehicle permit: $30.00 (summer permits for sale starting May 20th)
- Motorcycle permit (available in Parking Office only): $59.00, $35.00, $15.00
- 2014-2015 parking permits are required one week prior to start of the academic year
Disabled Campus Permits - Faculty and staff with a DOT issued disabled permit can purchase a university disabled parking permit upon receipt of a copy of your disabled hangtag or plate. Vehicle plates must be registered to applicant. CAMPUS disabled parking permits issued by Parking Services will allow parking in campus designated "Handicap-Campus Permit Required" stalls, in campus meter stalls without payment, and in any permit stall when the "Handicap-Campus Permit Required"stalls are full.
If you have a need for a temporary handicap permit to park closer -
please check with the WI Department of Motor Vehicle website for application info: http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/forms/mv2933.pdf
- Parking Services staff is not medically qualified to determine handicap eligibility. L-permit
is an after-2pm
parking permit allowing students, faculty and staff to park in any regular parking stall (with the exception of Lots H, F, Z & meters) after
2pm. The L-permit does not allow for overnight parking.
Faculty/Staff Motorcycle Stalls - open Apr 1st-Nov 1st
(Motorcycle permits purchased in Parking office only - not available online.)
Lot A – east side of Old Main
Lot D – north/west corner
Lot E – north/west corner
Lot R – Reserve entrance, north/east corner
Lot T – south/west corner
Lot W – north/west corner
Faculty/staff with a valid parking permit for a specific lot can park in non-restricted lots after 3pm - faculty/staff parking permits are valid in most faculty/staff lots after 3pm; license call-in is not required. Restricted lots: F and H.
Faculty/staff with a valid parking permit for a specific lot can occasionally request alternate lot parking privileges - with a license plate and location call-in notification. (Parking not allowed at meter stalls without payment.)
Alternate Parking Lot Notification - Faculty/Staff can login & submit their vehicle license plate # for occasional parking in an alternate staff lot on the After Hours Parking form or call Parking Services at 715-346-3900 to provide license plate # and alternate lot parked in.