The University of Sioux Falls offers parking permits to all current students,
faculty and staff. All vehicles must be registered annually and a new
parking permit must be received each year. A vehicle registration form must be
completely filled out in order to receive a permit. All vehicles not registered
or displaying a current parking permit maybe be ticketed and/or towed.
Students will receive their permits as they go through Validation at the
beginning of the academic year. After Validation, students may visit Campus
Security in the library to receive a permit.
Employees will receive their permits at the Fall Faculty/Staff Meeting. After that, they will need to visit Campus Security in the Mears Library to receive a permit.
Download the Parking Permit form here or via MyUSF within the "Employee Info" tab.
Automobiles may be parked on campus only if they have a current parking permit
clearly displayed. Vehicles should be parked in lots marked with colors
corresponding to the color of the permit.
- 2013-2014 Student PURPLE
- 2013-2014 Faculty and Staff SILVER
Other signs indicate special parking spaces, specifically
reserved for Resident Directors, individuals with disabilities, University-owned
vehicles and the US Postmaster. Unauthorized
vehicles parked in these areas are subject to ticketing and or towing.
Parking in reserved spaces, or parking in any “permit required” lot without a permit is considered a parking violation.
Improper parking includes:
- Blocking sidewalks
- Traffic lanes
- Fire lanes
- Loading zones
- Using more than one parking space
- Parking in a spot that is not a designated parking space.
- Blocking other vehicles or parking backward in spaces.
Parking tickets will be given out to those violating the
parking regulations as defined above. Some common violations and fines
include but are not limited to:
- Parking in a fire lane $100.00
- Parking in a handicap space $100.00
- Other Offenses $25.00
*Along with the parking fines a vehicle may also be subject to towing. All fire
lane and parking areas are marked in accordance with city and state codes.
Students must pay their parking tickets in the Business Office. If the ticket
remains unpaid after 30 days, it will be charged to the student’s account. Other
individuals (who are not students) who receive tickets should contact the
Business Office to arrange payment. If you feel a ticket was received in error
or you would like to dispute the ticket received, please contact Campus
Security (located in the Mears Library, or email
or call 331-6591).
Visitor parking spots are available in the parking lot between the Mears Library
and Glidden Hall (Walts & 22nd), on the west side of the
Patterson Hall parking lot, and on the west side of the Cleveland parking lot.
Guest Parking Passes
Guest parking passes are available in the Campus Security office for
parents or friends coming to campus to visit, to transact business, or for
those attending a conference on campus.