Purchase permits via CSU GO Online Parking System, by logging in using your CSU ID and Campus Net password. Permits are priced based on the parking access they provide relative to the parking location’s proximity to the core of campus. Viking Cards will be required for permit holders to access garages. View the various parking locations on the Parking Map. Please ensure your parking account is up-to-date and all citations are paid; outstanding balances will prevent/delay the purchase of your preferred permit. All permits are limited and may sell out. Commuter Students have several options:
- White permits provide access to non-core surface lots and the South Garage. This permit option is priced to provide the maximum value.
- Green permits provide access to all core garages, a few core surface lots and the South Garage.
- Evening [valid after 3:30 p.m.] permits provide access to most white and green parking locations based on specific time restrictions. South Garage access is not available with Evening and Night permits. This permit is only available during fall and spring semesters.
- Night [valid after 5:30 p.m.] permits provide access to most white and green parking locations based on specific time restrictions. South Garage access is not available with Evening and Night permits. This permit is only available during fall and spring semesters.
What this will mean to you?
- There will be limits on the number of permits sold for each type.
- Green permit usually sell out first.
- Sold out Permit Information
- You can save money, if you are willing to walk farther from white permit facilities to your campus destination and/or use the RTA and the Campus Safety Escort service.
- If you park on campus two (2) or more times per week, a White permit offers the best daily value for parking on campus.
|CSU Parking Commuter Student Prices for Summer 2017|
|White Permit (12 week), valid 5:00am - 11:59pm||$135.00|
|White Permit (6 week), valid 5:00am - 11:59pm,||$68.00 (each 6 week term)|
|(valid for either May 20 - June 30 or July 1 - August 18)|
|Green Permit (12 week), valid 5:00am - 11:59pm||$178.00|
|Green Permit (6 week), valid 5:00am - 11:59pm||$89.00 (each 6 week term)|
|(valid for either May 20 - June 30 or July 1 - August 18)|
|Student Overnight, valid for 24/7 campus parking||Surcharge - $100.00|
|Option E||Visitor Parking|
|WHITE PERMIT LOCATIONS||GREEN PERMIT LOCATIONS|
|By purchasing a White Permit, you will be able to park in any of the following locations.||By purchasing a Green Permit, you will be able to park in any of the following locations.|
|Lot 14 - Krenzler Field via Payne||West Garage (WG)** -E. 17th between Euclid and Chester|
|Lot 40 - Prospect, in front of Wolstein Center||Central Garage (CG)** - E. 19th and E. 22 via Chester|
|Lot 41 - 19th & Carnegie, near the Wolstein Loading Dock||Main Classroom Garage (MG) - under
Main Classroom building, E. 22nd via Euclid
|Lot 50 - Payne Ave, between, E. 22 and E. 23||UG Garage - under the Science & Research building - entrance through MG.|
|Lot 54 - Payne Ave, between, E. 23 and E. 24||Lot 20 - north of the Campus Safety building off Chester|
|Lot 57 - E. 24th, west of the Physical Plant building||East Garage (EG)** - east of the Recreation
Center - entrance from Chester or Euclid
|South Garage (SG)** - E. 21, between Prospect and Carnegie||South Garage (SG)** - E. 21, between Prospect and Carnegie|
|Central Garage (CG)** - E. 19th and E. 22 via Chester. VALID AFTER 5:30 MONDAY - FRIDAY AND SATURDAY/SUNDAY|
**VIKING CARD REQUIRED FOR PERMIT ACCESS
***Evening and Night permits are not available during Summer Semesters
Campus Safety Escort
Students who must walk on campus at night are encouraged to use CSU Escorts by calling 216-687-2020 (campus extension 2020) when traveling to and from destinations.
College Based Arrangements
Parking & Transportation Services has made arrangements with specific colleges or academic departments to address unique service situations.
- College of Business:
Accelerated MBA and Executive MBA students may contact the college's office for details.
- College of Law:
Recent graduates preparing for the Ohio Bar Exam may contact the college's office for details.
YACK Sticker Program
Cleveland State University students, faculty and staff who are concurrently enrolled at the Youngstown State University, University of Akron, Kent State University or NEOMED - and have purchased a current prepaid parking permit from CSU Parking & Transportation Services - are eligible for reciprocal parking benefits by requesting a YACK sticker. To obtain your YACK sticker from CSU Parking & Transportation Services, bring your current prepaid permit, current schedule indicating the class at the participating University and CSU Viking Card to the Parking Office (EC 160). The rights and privileges assigned to the tag are honored in the parking areas of the participating institutions. YACK stickers are valid only on prepaid semester or annual permits (not on any single day credential). Please visit the website of the University you will be attending for detail parking instruction for YACK sticker participants.
A student who is enrolled at Youngstown State University, University of Akron, Kent State University or NEOMED - and has a current student prepaid parking permit from that campus - is eligible for reciprocal parking benefits at Cleveland State University. To register for the YACK program, please obtain your YACK sticker from the institution that issued the parking permit. The rights and privileges assigned to the permit are honored in the parking areas of the participating institutions. YACK stickers will allow access to the White prepaid parking lots north of Chester on CSU's campus (see table B for a list or the White parking locations map). YACK parking permits are not valid for use in any white location south of Chester, Green location, South Garage (SG), Prospect Garage (PG) at parking meters or in Lot 22 (SC) & Rec Garage (RG) at PayStation spaces. Parking in these areas without payment will result in a parking citation.
Refund requests submitted for permits that are lost or stolen must be accompanied by a police report.
Each individual who chooses to park at Cleveland State University is expected to comply with established rules and procedures. See additional information under Parking Rules