Student Permits for Campus Residents

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Spring 2015 Student Parking Permit Sale

The online sale, for campus residents is currently available. Students will need their CU Identikey, password and their vehicle registration to purchase a permit. 

To verify the status of your permit order, you may log into your parking account and click on "View Your Permits". If your account shows a permit has been issued, you may pick it up at the Parking Services office (1050 Regent Drive) between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday, three or more business hours after your completed purchase. Photo identification is required to pick up your parking permit.

Fall/Academic Year 2014-2015 Online Sale

Residence hall students online sale began 10 a.m. (MT) Thursday, August 7, 2014. The sale is now closed. For further information please contact the business office at (303) 492-7384.

Rates 2014-2015


Semester Rate
2014-15 Rates

Academic Year Rate
2014-15 Rates

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Mid Rate






  • Campus residents have limited parking options on main campus. Call 303-492-7384 for additional information.
  • All permit prices subject to change

Where You'll Park

Housing assignment determines parking option. Here’s a typical run-down of parking lot assignments by residence hall. All parking assignments are made on a first come, first served basis. 

Kittredge Area:
Kit Zone, WV Zone, 623
Sewall Hall:
Lots 136, 140
Main Campus Halls (Baker, Cheyenne Arapaho, Farrand, Hallett, Libby, Willard, Aden, Brackett, Cockerell, Crosman, Reed):
WV Zone, Lot 623
Williams Village Halls:
WV Zone
Motorcycle: Lots 232, 233 326, 398, 399, 445, 456 or lots bearing an “M” on the sign. Or, pay at meters.

 *See our PTS Parking Map for locations.

Morning/Evening and Weekend Parking

  • Several main campus parking lots don’t require a permit (free parking!) on weeknights from 5 p.m. - 7:30 a.m. and on weekends (starting 5 p.m. Friday evening - 7:30 a.m. Monday morning). The three largest such lots are 169, 308 and 436. Always read the signs at lot entrances for specifics, or call PTS at 303-492-7384 for more information.
  • If you need to access campus in the morning, evening, or weekend (for classes or work), an AM/PM permit may benefit you. These permits help provide closer parking to your campus destination than the free lots, and they are available in several time increments (to help you avoid having to rush to move your car by 7:30 a.m.). Visit our AM/PM permits page.