Parking Services

Student Permits

 

Payment for all student permits will be accepted through Bursar Transfer only. 

The permit year begins September 1.  Students with unpaid tickets will not be issued a permit until tickets are paid.

Permit fees »

The following permits are available for on-campus resident students only:

  • Resident Permits
    Permits are issued to senior students residing in campus residence halls and are valid 24 hours for the current academic year. Residents who are not classified as seniors who are affiliated with an academic program that requires off campus work may obtain a permit provided the appropriate dean certifies the need and are available on a semester to semester basis.

  • Fall Semester Resident Permit
    Senior students residing in campus residence halls who require a resident permit for the fall semester only may obtain a half year resident permit.
The permit expires on December 31 of the current year in which it was issued.
  • Weekend Resident Permits
    Permits are issued to any student residing in campus residence halls and are valid from 5:00 p.m. Friday to 5:00 p.m. Sunday of a given weekend. Permits may be purchased weekly, monthly or per semester. Weekend Resident Permits do not count against the five weekday permits available to resident students. Weekend Resident Permits purchased through Public Safety and Security are assessed an additional fee. To avoid this late fee, these permits should be purchased during Parking Services normal business hours.

  • Summer Session Permit
    Student summer permits are valid from the day after undergraduate baccalaureate commencement to August 31 of the year in which they were purchased. Parking is permitted between 6 a.m. and 2 a.m. daily until the day following commencement when parking will be permitted 24 hours a day.

  • Temporary Permit
    A resident student who is not eligible for a resident permit may receive a temporary permit from Parking Services during business hours or at the Public Safety Office after business hours with prior approval from parking services. The permit can be issued in any combination of days but cannot exceed more than five (5) days in a given semester to the student and/or vehicle; unused days cannot be carried over to the next semester. A student may not register another student’s vehicle in order to obtain a permit. Penalty for all parties involved includes a $200 fine for each person, cost of boot or tow, plus loss of parking privileges for an academic year.

    Students with a resident permit who may need to bring a different vehicle to campus must provide a letter to Parking Services stating the reasons and time period. If the request is approved there is no charge for the temporary permit. If both vehicles are discovered to be on campus at the same time parking privileges will be revoked.
Resident students who are hosting an overnight guest are responsible for ensuring a temporary permit for the guest’s vehicle is obtained. The host will be responsible for any violations incurred by their guests. All Housing and Residence Life guest policies must be complied with prior to requesting the permit.
Weekend Resident Permits do not count against the five (5) weekday permits.
Temporary permits may be obtained for special reasons for limited time periods totaling no more than five (5) days per semester to the individual and/or vehicle. Any parking needs beyond these limitations will require the purchase of a permit if eligible (exceptions must be submitted in writing to Parking Services for prior approval). The permit cannot be issued at either of the two entry gates.
For persons with a valid permit, temporary permits will be issued for the following reasons:
  1. disabled vehicle (with valid proof);
  2. medical appointments (with prior approval from the Office of Disability Support Services);
  3. family emergency and/or
  4. overnight parking. Reasons not meeting the above criteria will be dealt with on an individual basis. For those persons who do not poses a valid permit, up to five temporary permits, totaling no more than five (5) days per semester, will be issued at a cost of $5 per day. Bringing a vehicle to campus without prior approval does not guarantee automatic issuance of a permit. It will be the responsibility of the owner to find off-campus parking.

  • Ora Manor
    Permits for resident parking at Ora Manor are offered by Housing and Residence Life.  The Ora Manor permit is not valid for parking on the campus.  An Ora Manor Resident must purchase a commuter permit to park on the campus.

  • Turrell Manor
    Permits for resident parking at Ora Manor are offered by Housing and Residence Life.  The Ora Manor permit is not valid for parking on the campus.  An Ora Manor Resident must purchase a commuter permit to park on the campus.

  • Commuter Permit
    Permits are issued to students who do not reside in one of the campus residence halls. Commuter permits restrict parking between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m.

  • Evening Permit
    Permits are issued to students who do not reside in one of the campus residence halls.  Parking is permitted between 4 p.m. and 2 a.m. only.

  • Multi-Vehicle Permit
    A student who drives more than one (1) vehicle during the semester may register up two (2) vehicles for a multi-vehicle permit.  Only vehicles belonging to an immediate family member may be registered.  These vehicles are subject to the General Rules and Regulations for parking violations.

  • Carpool Permit
    Two or more drivers may register for a carpool by bringing their valid vehicle registration into parking services.  ONLY one vehicle associated with the carpool permit can be driven on campus at a time.  Carpool violations are adjudicated strictly by the appeal board.

Permit Refund Policy
If a permit is returned within 10 business days after the start of the Fall semester a full refund will be issued. Permits returned between the 11th day after the start of the Fall semester and 10 days after the start of the Spring semester will be issued a 50% refund. Any permit returned on 11th day, or later, after the start of the Spring semester will not be issued a refund. For permits purchased in the Spring semester or for the Fall semester only, if the permit is returned within 10 business days after the start of the given semester a full refund will be issued. Permits returned on the 11th day or later will not be issued a refund.

In order to have your refund processed the permit must be returned to the Parking Services Office.

Contact Us

Parking Services
(973) 761-9329
(973) 275-2445
Fax (973) 275-2084
ParkingServices@shu.edu
Duffy Hall Rm. 63

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