Per the Vehicle Parking Statement of Policy, all vehicles on campus must be registered and display a current and valid parking permit. See Permit Placement for directions on where to place the permit for display. All Faculty, Staff, and Students wishing to park in University parking lots must apply for a parking permit. To simplify the registration process, Transportation and Parking Services has developed a new online vehicle registration system. To register your vehicle(s), apply for a permit and for complete details for online permit sales please go to: http://laverne.thepermitstore.com.
Once you register online, your parking permit will be mailed to you via U.S. Mail. You will be provided with a temporary permit to use until you receive your permit. This temporary permit will be valid for a period of twenty (20) days.
All information on the parking permit must be kept current. If you need to add or change any information, please update your information online at: http://laverne.thepermitstore.com.
Only registered vehicles may use a permit, so please do not delay in completing the updated Parking Permit Request form.
The student parking permit fee is $50 per semester or $95 per academic year.
One Day Visitor/Guest parking permits – $1.00/Hour – $5.00 Per Day maximum
There is no fee for Adjunct Faculty semester permits, Emeritus, or Board of Trustee permits.
Permits should be placed in the drivers side front windshield in the lower corner. Permit Placement
The cost of the Faculty and staff parking permit is payroll deducted pre-taxed semi-monthly ($10 on the 10th and 26th of each month).
The cost of the Student semester and annual permits are purchased online using a major credit card or checking account through http://laverne.thepermitstore.com. (If using cash, you may purchase your permit through the Student Accounts Department.)
Student parking Permit Cessation Policy
Student parking permit fees will only be refunded in the case of academic withdrawal, within the add/drop period of each semester – there will be a $4.99 processing fee for cancelation of student parking passes.
Employee Parking Permit Cessation Policy
Employees must provide a written notification to Transportation and Parking Services requesting to cancel their parking permit. Employees may terminate or begin parking on a calendar month basis only.
How & Where to park
Those with parking permits may park in all University parking lots. Parking is enforced 7:00 am to 7:00 pm, Weekdays Monday through Friday. For directions to all parking lots please see the Campus Map.
• Regardless of time of day, any illegally parked vehicle is subject to standard enforcement, including ticketing & towing.
• Illegal parking for any length of time risks getting a ticket. Please don’t fall into the “just a few minutes” trap.
Disabled parking spaces are provided throughout the campus for those in need of such space. All spaces are convenient to access routes. Disabled parking is free. To park in a disabled parking space, you must possess and display a disabled parking placard.
Unauthorized vehicles parked in disabled parking spaces are subject to immediate ticketing and towing at the owner’s expense.
Load Zones, Loading/Unloading
Short-term loading zones are available for quick loading/unloading use. Please do not linger in these areas longer than you need to…they are in very high demand!
No Parking Areas
Obviously, parking is not permitted in any area that is not specifically designated as a parking space. You cannot park in undesignated areas, lanes, fire or safety zones, etc., or anywhere off the paved surface.
For more information please contact Transportation and Parking Services at
Phone: 909-593-3511, X4725 or E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visitors are NOT allowed to park at University lots without a parking permit. Violators risk ticketing and towing, so please be aware. Without a permit you may NOT use these lots, even for short-term visits, loading/unloading, etc. For information regarding visitor parking please go to Visitor/Vendors/Special Events.
The Campus Safety & Transportation Department is fully dedicated to the University’s Mission to offer a distinctive and relevant educational experience to a diverse population of traditional-age, adult, and graduate learners preparing them for successful careers and a commitment to life-long learning across the liberal arts and professional programs. The Campus Safety & Transportation Department also shares and is committed to demonstrating the University’s Core Values of Ethical Reasoning, Diversity and Inclusivity, Lifelong Learning, and Community and Civic Engagement.