2015-2016 Student Parking Permits - $136.00
Fall 2015 permits available for enrolled students starting April 15th. New students can purchase a permit after orientation and registration.
Parking on the UW-Stevens Point 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 assumes no responsibility for damage to a vehicle or its contents while parked on campus. No parking allowed in fire zones, reserved stalls or parking lanes. Motorcycles only in cycle stalls April 1st - Nov 1st.
Student parking is assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. All student parking lots are located on the perimeter of campus and are not close to classes or residence halls. 2015-2016 permits cost $136.00
A vehicle with a current UWSP student parking permit is valid in all student parking lots.
Lot J – Maria Drive, next to Waste Education Center
Lot P – Isadore Street, across from Debot Center
Lot Q – Michigan Avenue and Illinois Avenue
Lot T – Day Parking Only, Illinois Avenue, (CLOSED 12 a.m.- 6 a.m. partitioned for student & staff)
Lot W – Clark Street, east of Hyer, (lot partitioned for student & staff parking)
STUDENT LOT T-Day Parking Only: The student section of Lot T is a Day Parking Only Lot. Lot T Day Parking Only is closed 12 a.m.-6 a.m. Student long term parking is available in all other student lots. Lot T Day Parking Only student section serves commuter students with a parking permit needing quick access parking, in addition to the long term meters in Lots X and R that are available at $.50 per hour.
* Student parking lots are open when classes are not in session. (Check the academic calendar for course information.)
* Lot Q is open for resident hall student parking the first week of each semester to accommodate the move in process.
* Motorcycle permit (available in the Parking Office only) - motorcycle stalls open Apr 1st-Nov 1st.
Commuter Students - Student parking lots are located on the perimeter of campus and not convenient for commuter students looking for close access parking. Lot T-Day Parking Only (CLOSED 12 a.m.- 6 a.m.) will provide commuting students with quick access parking needs. In addition to Lot T-Day Parking Only section, there are two long-term meter lots that are centrally located that offer convenient close parking options; Lot R (west of the DUC) and Lot X (east of the Science building) have 12-hour maximum meter parking for $.50 per hour. Other metered lots F and Z offer short-term, 2 hour maximum parking. Lot V has 4-hour maximum meter parking.
Disabled Campus Permits - Students with a disabled permit from the DOT can purchase a university disabled parking permit upon receipt of a copy of your state issued disabled hangtag or plate. 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 reserved stalls are full.
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 hangtag does not allow for overnight parking and is not intended for resident hall students.
Reservation & Application process:
* Credit or debit card processing CLICK
* Cash or check processing in Parking Services office: Mon-Fri 7:45am-4pm
* Enrolled students mail completed APPLICATION
(pdf) & check payable to UWSP - permit $ not determined yet. UWSP Parking Services
124 George Stien Building
1925 Maria Drive
Stevens Point, WI 54481 New students can purchase a parking permit after orientation, registration and obtaining a campus logon. Student parking permits purchased in summer will be mailed to your home address in mid-August.
What if I bring a different car to campus?
Your parking permit is a hangtag that can be moved to another vehicle. Are there rules & regulations I need to follow?
Parking rules and regulations exist to maximize campus parking facilities, to help avoid congestion and to maintain safe driving conditions. Are daily or weekly parking permits available?
Parking Services sells $5.00 daily and $20.00 weekly permits when space is available.What if I have a guest for the weekend?
The student parking lots are open on the weekends. Your guest can park in Lot Q starting at 7pm on Friday through 6am on Monday for free. (Overnight parking on city streets is not allowed.)
I only need a parking permit for 1 semester?
Yearly permits can be returned at the end of 1st semester for a 40% refund. Return your permit at the end of the 1st semester or at least by the first day of the second semester and we'll process a $54.00 refund via the same method used to purchase the permit.
If I have an injury can I get a temporary handicap permit to park closer?
Parking Services staff is not medically qualified to determine handicap permit eligibility. Please check with the WI Department of Motor Vehicle website for application info: http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/forms/mv2933.pdf If I do not plug the meter will I receive a citation?
Meter parking is conveniently located throughout campus to accommodate close proximity parking needs. The hourly rate of $.75 is a better value than a $10.00 citation issued to drivers of vehicles parked at expired meters. NOTE
: a vehicle can be ticketed every two hours at an expired meter
. Can I park on the Stevens Point city streets?
Overnight parking is not allowed on the Stevens Point city streets.
Parking for visits and View Point Days is arranged through the Admissions Office
. Orientation parking is arranged through the New Student Office
When visiting campus, please see the visitors' information page. Parents and students
- note that space for parking at UWSP is limited and restricted and there is a charge to park. Unless the student requires a vehicle for an off-campus job or other need, they may want to consider leaving the vehicle at home. The University assumes no responsibility for damage to a vehicle or its contents while parked on campus. Parking on the UWSP campus is by permit only except in metered areas with proper payment. The cost of a 2015 permit for the year is $136.00 (includes all applicable tax). There are 5 student parking lots on campus.
Assignments are made on a first-come, first-served basis. If you decide to bring a vehicle to campus and purchase a permit you are responsible to comply with the UWSP posted PARKING RULES & REGULATIONS. Following the rules and reading the posted street signs will make for a positive parking experience.
Permit applications for enrolled
students are accepted in mid-April for the following academic year. New students starting in September will attend Orientation, enroll register for classes and receive login information prior to applying for a permit. Spring term permits are available in early January.No overnight parking allowed on the Stevens Point City streets
. City streets that are within the boundaries of the University are under the jurisdiction of the Stevens Point Police Department. Citations issued by that agency must be resolved with the city. University parking regulations (specifically loading zone rules) DO NOT apply on city streets.
Visitors can register with the Parking Services office. If you have a friend or family member visiting, you can purchase a visitor daily permit for $5.00 at the Parking Services office if space is available. Special parking needs
- contact Parking Services at 715-346-3900
for assistance. View the Special Needs Map. NOTE
: Fire zone and disabled stall parking violation citations are not appealable. Fire zone citations have a penalty of $50.00, and increase to $100.00 if not paid within 21 days. A disabled stall parking violation citation has a penalty of $50.00, which increases to $100.00 if not paid within 21 days. Unless you have the proper State Permit (or are driving a fire truck), stay out of fire zones or disabled spaces. A permit reported as lost or stolen that later shows up on a vehicle will receive a $100.00 citation.