There will be no Carpool Program this year.
All parking permits will be mailed through September 28, 2018. After that, Decals may only be picked up at the LUPD Front Office Desk.
Once you have completed vehicle registration and requested your decal, you will receive a confirmation email.
This email will serve as your temporary parking decal until your actual decal arrives. Print the confirmation email off and place it in your vehicle's dashboard prior to parking on campus.
Pay careful attention to the expiration date on this email. If you haven’t received your decal by the expiration date, it is the individual’s responsibility to go to LUPD and obtain a replacement decal. Failure to receive your parking permit through the mail is not a valid reason for parking on campus without a permit.
Residential students will have separate parking lots from commuters, faculty, and staff and will not be allowed to park in designated commuter, faculty and staff lots. This new system allows the same designations from previous years to be interchangeable.
All of the residential-only lots from previous years will continue to be residential only. However, if a resident student chooses to drive to a different dorm to visit a friend or to work on a group project, they are able to park in a legal parking space without fear of being towed. This also applies for commuters, faculty, and staff.
All of the same lots are available for commuter, faculty, and staff as they were in previous years; this year the only difference is that if your lot fills up, you do not automatically have to go to Satellite Parking.
Satellite Parking is still available. However, you may choose to park in any other commuter, faculty and staff parking lot that has an open parking space, without fear of being towed.
If a commuter chooses to park in the Garage for class but wants to go to the gym after, they no longer have to catch the bus if they do not wish to. They may choose to drive down and find a closer parking space to the gym during enforcement hours.
We believe this system will give students, faculty, and staff more flexibility when parking on campus.
It is your responsibility to read and understand the traffic and parking regulations posted on the LUPD website and to stay up-to-date with announcements posted on myLU or Twitter that may affect your parking status.