All vehicles that park in university parking spots, except for meters and pay lots, during posted hours, must display a valid and appropriate parking permit. Visitors to the Alumni Center are provided with complimentary parking and no permit display is required in the Alumni Center lot. Employees of the Alumni Center must display a valid permit to park and must park in the area designed for faculty and staff located in the southwest corner of the lot. Vehicles must also display a valid vehicle registration. Permits can be obtained at the Office of Parking and Transportation, 709 N. Main Street, Normal, Illinois.
Each student may purchase one vehicle permit and one motorcycle permit. Faculty and staff may purchase one permit, one duplicate permit, and an additional motorcycle permit. Also, residents of Shelbourne Apartments and Cardinal Court may purchase their residential permit and a permit (vehicle and/or motorcycle) to park on campus. Other exceptions to basic permit purchase regulations may be considered on an individual basis.
Permits are for the exclusive use of the registrant and are the property of the Office of Parking and Transportation. Ownership is not transferable. Permits may not be sold, exchanged, given away, or purchased from any person or agency other than the Office of Parking and Transportation. Permits may not be reproduced or altered. The person registered for the permit is responsible for all parking violations issued on the permit.
The Office of Parking and Transportation reserves the right to revoke parking privileges for any violations.
The Office of Parking and Transportation offers individuals who have an academic, intercollegiate, or University employment based parking need , which requires an additional parking accommodation outside the standard allowances of their purchased permit the following upgrade options. An appropriate underlying permit must be in place before an upgrade will be granted. If a student or staff has a need to park on campus and another permit is available to directly meet that need, the standard permit should be sold in lieu of the permit upgrade. Additional fees applicable for permit upgrades. Please contact the Office of Parking and Transportation for eligibility and fee structure.
Faculty and staff who regularly drive different vehicles to campus have often asked if they could purchase a second permit for their convenience. Beginning this year our office will allow faculty and staff to purchase a duplicate permit.
Faculty and staff who purchase a reserved space, reserved zone, or surface lot permit may purchase a duplicate at a cost of $108.00. Employees may use payroll deduction to pay for both permits.
The following restrictions apply:
Faculty and staff who wish to elect a duplicate can write on their renewal forms, next to their selections, that they desire a duplicate or second permit. The payroll deduction amount they indicate on their renewal form should reflect the increased amount if they elect a second permit. Please note that permit deductions are calculated based on the 9 month academic calendar and not on a 12 month schedule.
To be eligible for purchasing, you must:
A permit displayed on a vehicle not having current license plates will not be honored.
Permits on all vehicles (except motorcycle/moped) must be hanging from the rear view mirror and must be visible through the windshield to be considered properly displayed.
The motorcycle/moped permit must be displayed at the rear of the cycle, attached to the license plate, without obscuring the information contained on the license plate. Vehicles that do not properly display permits are subject to citation.
Lost permits should be reported to the Office of Parking and Transportation immediately and can be replaced for $12.00. Stolen permits should be reported to the ISU Police Department. Once the report is completed, the permit will be replaced at no charge. Any vehicle displaying a permit that has been reported lost or stolen will be issued a parking citation and will be subject to immediate tow and/or impoundment.