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In light of Campus closure and as a precautionary measure regarding COVID-19,  Parking Services is unable to return phone calls made to our office. Please email parkingservices@unco.edu with questions regarding citations and permits. We ask for your patience as some services may be limited and response time may increase. Staff will work diligently to respond as quickly as possible to all inquiries. We appreciate your understanding as we prioritize health and safety. Updates will be published to UNC's COVID-19 information page as the situation develops.

Annual Permits

While the campus is closed due to COVID-19, you do not need to purchase a permit to park on campus. 

You must display your permit properly for it to be valid.

Student Permit Information

Faculty/Staff Permit Information

If you experience an error while purchasing a permit, please e-mail Parking Services with your name, the last 4 digits of your Bear Number, and a description of the error (screenshots are helpful).

Student Permits (ST) are valid in all regular spaces in all regular student lots.

Student K Permits (SK) are valid in all regular spaces in the regular student lots. This permit is also valid in K-East. Which is the Student K lot near Kepner, Carter and Frasier Halls.

Graduate Assistant Permits (GA) are valid in all regular spaces in the regular student and faculty staff lots. The Graduate Assistant permit is not valid in H lot, which is the small faculty staff lot near the recreation center.

Faculty Staff Permits (FS) are valid in all of the regular spaces in regular student and faculty lots.

Faculty Staff K Permits (CK) are valid in all of the regular spaces in the student and faculty lots and K-West as well as K-East, which are the Faculty K and student K lots near Kepner, Carter and Frasier Halls.

Service Permits (SV) are valid in all regular spaces in student and faculty lots, as well as the services spaces.

Commuter Permits (CP) are valid in Y lot only

We provide permits for bicycles that are on campus. These permits are not required, though they are highly recommended. They help to identify stolen bikes after it has been reported.

Annual Permit FAQ