Parking information for Staff Members
Full-Time Staff, Part-Time Staff and Part-Time Faculty Information
- Although The University of Scranton is an urban campus with limited parking, sufficient parking spaces are available to meet demand on a daily basis. Parking Regulations are necessary for the safety and convenience of the entire University community and are designed to allow maximum use of our available parking spaces.
- Parking regulations apply on the streets, roads, alleys, sidewalks, walkways, parking spaces, parking areas and parking lots on the entire campus of The University of Scranton Campus. University parking rules, regulations and enforcement are in effect all year, including periods when classes are not in session.
- The Parking Services goal is to serve the University community with fairness, courtesy and efficiency. Any parking-related problems, complaints, suggestions or compliments should be referred to Parking Services, Parking Pavilion, 820 Mulberry Street. The office is open weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Staff Registration
- Staff members must provide a valid state motor vehicle registration the first time they complete a permit application. A copy of the state motor vehicle registration will be required in subsequent years if the vehicle or license plate information has changed.
- Permits are issued to full-time and part-time employees.
- Student workers are not authorized to purchase faculty or staff permits and, therefore must purchase a student permit to operate or park a vehicle on campus.
- Staff permits are only valid in non-reserved parking spaces. Click here to view the campus parking map designated by permit type.
- Staff Parking Permit Fees
- Staff permit fees are $100 per academic year for full-time staff and $55 a year for part-time staff.
- Parking Permits can be purchased online from the Parking Services Portal. For more information about applying for a University of Scranton parking permit, go to Parking Services, on the home page of the my.Scranton portal.
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