(permits on sale beginning 6/15/15 based on class standing)
All student parking permits (except Motorcycle permits) must be purchased online. The permit cost will be posted to the student account. The parking permit is valid from Sept. 1-Aug. 31 of the Academic Year. Purchasing a permit does not guarantee a parking space.
To purchase a student parking permit, log in to your GullNet account and navigate to:
You are responsible for reading and understanding the Traffic Rules and Regulations Brochure available in the Parking Services Office. The map in the brochure indicates in which lots each color permit is allowed. Not knowing this will not be accepted as an excuse if fines are received when parking improperly.
Similar to course registration, students will have the opportunity to purchase a parking permit based on the number of credit hours reported as earned when the student registers for a permit. Permit purchases will begin on Monday, June 16 at 8:00 am EDT per the schedule below.
$110 Main Campus Permit (Green): Students with 30 or more credits (sold on first-come/first-served basis factoring in class standing & space availability - see purchasing timeline above)
$90 Parking Garage Permit: Students with 30 or more credits (sold on first-come/first-served basis and space availability - see purchasing timeline above)
$90 Red Permit: Faculty/Staff (allows parking in Main Campus lots, Parking Garage and East Campus lots)
$40 Overload Faculty (Red): Overload faculty teaching 4 credit hours or less per semester
$75 East Campus Permit (Gold): Freshman students (0-29 credits) and anyone eligible to purchase a Main Campus permit that prefers to park in East Campus lots
$35 Evening Only Permit (Blue): All evening commuting students and employees (Parking times: 5:15 p.m.-7:45 a.m. Mon-Fri)
$20 Motor Scooter Permit: Allows parking in any legal space designated for motor scooters in Lots A, B, D, and E .
$110 Motorcycle Permit: includes Main Campus, East Campus, and Parking Garage.
$20.00 summer permit, June 1st to August 31st, Main Campus parking.
A limited number of student parking spaces will continue to be available on the main campus and in the parking garage. Permits will be offered to upperclassmen on a first-come, first-served basis, factoring in class standing and space availability. Once the allotment of permits is depleted for a particular area/permit type, sales for that permit type will stop. Permits will be offered to upperclassmen on a first-come, first-served basis, factoring in class standing and space availability.
Upon completion of the online purchase, bring the following to the Parking Services Office (Holloway Hall Room 219) to complete the vehicle registration process and receive your parking permit:
Permits may be picked up beginning Monday, July 13th (Holloway Hall Rm 219). Avoid the lines in late August; get your permit early.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please visit the Parking Services website at http://www.salisbury.edu/parking/ or call Parking Services at 410-543-6338.
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