CSU GO ALERTS
Parking permit perimeters will be extended starting Friday, April 29th through Friday, May 13. Anyone with a parking permit will have access to the parking facilities until 2:30AM. This change is to allow additional time to stay at the library.
Lot 43 will not be available to CSU students during the summer months. If you have summer courses please purchase a summer permit or find alternative parking options. Neighborhood Options can be viewed at http://www.csuohio.edu/parking/neighborhood-parking.
Important Notice - Lot 61 and UG
Lot 61 and the alley to the Underground Garage (UG) will be closed indefinitely on April 29, 2016. Access to the Underground Garage will be through the Main Classroom Garage (MG) located on East 22nd Street, between Chester and Euclid. Due to the limited after hours Access and on weekends to MG, no overnight parking will be permitted in UG after April 29th.
Summer Permits will be available April 1, 2016
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CSU Parking has added two parking lots on the south side of campus (near Wolstein Center) for white permits. Lots 43 and 44 are available for daily use -- Students can purchase one day permits online for $2.00.
Welcome to the Cleveland State University (CSU) Parking and Transportation Services homepage. Please use the linking tabs on the right margin to locate information about parking on the CSU Main Campus.
The CSU GO Online Parking System allows CSU students, faculty, staff and guests to manage their parking accounts (guests can create an account with a valid email address). Explore CSU GO Online today! View the Parking map to see the locations where prepaid permits are accepted.
The Cleveland State University (CSU) Parking & Transportation Services Department strives to meet the parking, transportation, and related accessibility needs of the CSU campus by providing, planning, transportation demand management, and operational services with the goal of customer satisfaction while fulfilling the financial expectations of the University for its performance. To this end, Parking & Transportation Services employs a team of experienced professionals and student employees who work collaboratively with faculty, staff, students, and other campus patrons to manage and operate the parking system, facilitate participation in the Regional Transit Authority and to provide information for students, faculty, and staff as they traverse to, from, and on campus.