Resident parking is sold out for students who will live on campus. Students can sign up for the waiting list to purchase parking when the resident levels of the parking ramp open in late October-early November.
To get on the waiting list from the website:
• Select Purchase a Permit.
• Select Annual/Semesterly.
• Enter your NetId and password.
• Select Resident.
• Select the Waiting List and follow the instructions.
Students must have a valid NetID to purchase a permit
online. Lots are sold first come, first served. If a lot is not listed, it is
Please note the following about the parking ramp and
Levels 1-3 are for students and employees who live off campus and will open in
Levels 4-5 are for resident students only who live in the residence halls.
These levels will open late October-early November. Students who have purchased resident ramp permits
will park in C-5 (north campus) or C-11 (east of the stadium across from C-8)
at the start of the academic year. These permit holders will be notified when
Levels 4-5 open and will park on Levels 4-5.
Additional resident parking will then become available to students on the waiting list. Students will be
offered permits in the ramp or C-5 based on available space.
Follow these steps to purchase a permit:
Determine if you will live on or off campus. On campus (Resident) students
should purchase a resident permit. Off campus (Commuter) students should
purchase a commuter permit. Commuter permits are not valid for overnight
parking on campus.
• Select Purchase a Permit.
Enter your NetID and password.
Download a campus map from the permit order page to determine which lot best
meets your needs. Note the locations of resident and commuter lots.
Read the instructions carefully and purchase the permit. Pay in full or
by student bill.
Permits will be available the first week in August, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Valid photo ID
Contact Parking Services with questions.
Running late and don't have time to put money in a pay station on campus? Parking Services now offers an option to add time without returning to your vehicle.
Pay-by-phone is available at any UWL pay station. Visitors can download the PassportParking app to their smartphones or visit the website to create an account. Visitors can then add time remotely by selecting one of two zones on campus. Zone 350 is for external campus lots with pay stations, and Zone 351 is for the parking ramp. Visitors use their license plates to validate transactions.
Instructions are located on the pay stations.
7 a.m.-12 p.m., or
12 p.m.-7 p.m.
7 a.m.-7 p.m.
Faculty and Staff
PARKING RAMP RESIDENT
PARKING RAMP COMMUTER
OVERNIGHT COMMUTER LOTS
$5 PER NIGHT
Maximum 7 consecutive nights
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