Seton Hall University
Commuter students talking in between classes.

Commuter Students

Parking Information

Permits are required for any student planning to bring their vehicle to campus. Commuter permits are issued to students who do not reside in any of the residence halls. Learn more about the various permits which can be purchased by commuting students.

Need to purchase your parking permit? All permits can be purchased through PirateNet using the NuPark app. Need help? Check out a step-by-step video with instructions on how to use NuPark.

Don't have a car? Take advantage of any of the transportation services offered for students. 

Commuter Meal Plans

Commuter students may purchase any meal plan or may want to consider a Seton Hall University Pirate's Gold flexible spending account. Learn more »

Spaces and Places

Looking for a place to study, take a break, grab a bite to eat, or just hang out? Check out these spaces that are available to commuters.

    • Vending Machines »
    • Dining Options »
    • Microwaves»

Commuter Lockers

Need a place to store your books or other items during class or events? Lockers are available in Duffy Hall (1st Floor, across from Parking and ID Services) for commuters to reserve!

Apply for a locker through your eRezLife profile found in your SHU Portal on PirateNet. Look for the "Locker Registration – Commuter Students Only" form on the left-hand side of your profile. Submit the form and Housing and Residence Life will assign you a locker. Just remember to bring your own lock!

Questions? Contact HRL in Duffy 68 or at [email protected].

Get Involved

Looking for things to do on campus or ways to get involved? Visit Seton Hall’s Engage platform to learn more about the over 100 clubs and organizations and to find out about all the events happening on campus. Learn more »

Want to connect on social media? Follow @Hallstudents and @SHU_SAB on Instagram. 

Campus Resources

Questions, concerns, or just need a little extra help? These campus resources can help with all aspects of wellbeing: academic, social, and personal.