Long-term Permit Options
To purchase a Faculty/Staff parking permit, employees should contact their department’s parking liaison. The liaison will start the permit application process; Faculty/Staff also have the option to have their parking permit payroll deducted pre-tax, for more information see our pre-tax information sheet. To identify your department’s liaison, email the Faculty/Staff Permit Coordinator.
Temporary Permit Options
Faculty and staff who do not wish to purchase a long-term permit may purchase short-term permits. Various time increments are available, and these permits may be purchased at the PTS Customer Service Window on Regent Drive.
Discounted temporary permits are available to employees who have held a Faculty/Staff permit for 12 consecutive months, and have cancelled it in favor of using alternative transportation. For more information, visit our Eco Pass page.
Temporary employees may purchase temporary parking permits, but we cannot arrange payroll deduction for temporary employees. Purchase permits in person at the PTS Business Office. We accept cash, check or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, and American Express).
- Work on Main Campus or Research Park, park at East Campus lot 578 or 580, use Stampede to access Main Campus or Research Park, 7 AM to 6 PM.
- Work on East Campus, park at Lot 554 (38th Street/Colorado). Use Stampede to access East Campus office
|Carpool||See above, costs divided amongst carpoolers||See above, costs divided amongst carpoolers|
|Motorcycle||$16.25/month||Also applicable to mopeds, scooters, and motorized bicycles|
Need to access campus at night, weekend, or early morning?
|Bicycle Registration||$10, period of ownership||Visit Bike Station near UMC or call 303-735-2705 to register.|
|CHIP Permits||$5.25/day||Eco Pass eligible, cancellation of one year faculty/staff/Buffalo annual parking permit|
To obtain a permit for accessible parking, submit the CU Application for Disability Privileges. The applicant and their physician must complete and sign the appropriate sections of this form. Both parties will also need to fill out the State of Colorado's Application for Disability Privileges to obtain a state-issued placard through the local county motor vehicle office. Bring us the state-issued placard registration and the CU Application for Disability Privileges so that we can issue you a permit. Feel free to contact us at 303-735-8581 so that we can help you in the most efficient manner.