Any person operating and/or parking a motor vehicle on campus must comply with all Purdue University Traffic and Parking Regulations.
Permits must be returned to Parking Facilities upon ineligibility. Use or possession of forged, stolen, altered, transferred or invalid permits may result in a citation, immobilization and/or towing of the vehicle, criminal charges, and/or disciplinary action through the University. No refunds will be issued after March 1.
Vehicles may not be stored in any parking lot or garage for longer than 24 hours without permission from the Parking Facilities Office. Any vehicles in violation of this may be towed at the owner's expense.
Any registered student whose local place of residence is outside an area at least 1.5 miles from campus may purchase a "C" permit for $100 per year.
The 1.5 mile boundary is defined as an area bounded by Airport Road, McCormick Road, Cherry Lane, Northwestern Avenue, Ridgewood Drive, Forest Hill Drive, Salisbury Street, Kingston Drive, Rose Street, Lincoln Street extended to the Wabash River, the Wabash River and the railroad tracks bordering the south edge of campus.
If you have any questions concerning a specific address, please contact Parking Facilities. "C" permits may be purchased online or at the Parking Facilities Office, located at the Purdue West Shopping Plaza. Students must provide proof of their local address and a photo ID.
Students employed by Purdue at least 30 hours per week are eligible to purchase an "A" permit for $250 per year or a "B" permit for $100 per year. A form is available at Parking Facilities.
Students may apply for disability parking through the Parking Facilities Office, located at 1404 W. State St. in the Purdue West Shopping Plaza. Office hours are 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Mon.- Fri.
Student Housing Parking
University Housing Permits
The sale of residence hall permits and graduate house permits will begin Monday, July 18, 2016 through the Parking Facilities website. Questions about eligibility may be directed to the Parking Facilities Office at 765-494-9497 or email@example.com.
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All permits must be purchased online. If you choose to pick-up your permit, a photo ID is required for pick-up.
Regular Residence Hall Permits
- Parking permits will be available for online purchase beginning July 18, 2016. Regular parking permits are available for sophomores, juniors and seniors. All parking permits are subject to availability. Residence hall permits are valid in any space posted for Residence Hall permits.
Restricted Residence Hall Permits
Restricted Parking permits are available to first-year students only with the approval of Parking Facilities, a completed Restricted Permit Application and documentation of one of the following:
- Regular medical visits off-campus
- Classes off-campus (excluding the Airport)
- University Residences student service worker
- Reserve/active military duty
- Off-campus employment
There are a limited number of restricted parking permits available to students who meet the criteria outlined above and are approved by Parking Facilities. It is the responsibility of the applicant to provide any supporting documentation necessary for approval.
Restricted parking permits are only valid in the McCutcheon Parking Garage in spaces posted for residence hall permits.
Beginning July 11, 2016, incoming freshman may apply for the Freshman Parking Lottery at www.housing.purdue.edu/residentiallife/parking and click ‘apply now’ under the Freshman Parking Lottery section.
A limited number of Hawkins Hall permits are available through the Parking Facilities website. To be eligible, you must be a resident of the Hawkins Graduate House, should you leave the Graduate House, permits must be returned to the Parking Facilities Office.
Hawkins Graduate House permits are only valid in spaces posted for Hawkins Graduate House permits.
Purdue Village Permits
Beginning July 11, 2016 each family apartment or contract holding student is eligible for one parking permit upon providing a valid photo ID and completing the application form and submitting that form to the Community Center for approval.
Once the application has been approved, the permit can be picked up/purchased at the Parking Facilities Office. Please provide the approved application and a photo ID for purchase.
Residence Hall Guest Permits
Visitors to the residence halls/graduate house may obtain parking permits valid for a period of up to three days. Permits may be purchased at one of the cash handling operations:
- Cary Quadrangle
- Earhart Hall
- Hawkins Hall
- Hillenbrand Hall
- Purdue Village
- Windsor Halls