Student Summer Permits are available now and may be purchased, for $37.00, either in our office or on our website, www.niu.edu/parking. The Summer Permits have an expiration date of August 15, 2016.
There is no additional charge for ordering your permit through the website and having it mailed to you. If you order online, please allow additional time for your permit to be processed and mailed so you are prepared for parking your first day on campus.
Please note that parking regulations are enforced even when classes are not in session.
Beginning June 1, 2016 Office Hours will be Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
PERMIT PRICES FOR 2016-2017 ARE NOW POSTED. THEY CAN BE FOUND ON THE PERMIT RATE PAGE.
NEW PARKING CHANGES
Green permit holders may be required to move your vehicles from Lot C3 prior to the start of large scheduled events held at the Convocation Center, or for certain athletic events. During these times, alternative campus parking can be found in Lot X, located north of New Hall. Parking in any other lot, except when directed, may result in your vehicle being ticket and relocated or towed. Vehicles that need to be towed will be done at the owner's expense. When necessary, green permit holders will be notified by email and given information about when and why they should avoid parking in Lot C3. Also, additional information will be provided about alternative parking options. In order to help Campus Parking Services keep you informed, it is imperative that all permit holders provide a valid email address and keep their contact information updated in AIMS.
Effective June 1, 2016, Campus Parking Services will be implementing a new policy regarding the payment of tickets, and filing appeals. The policy previously in use that allowed 10 business days will now change to 10 calendar days. Anyone wishing to appeal a ticket will have 10 calendar days to file the appeal, either online or in the office. Also, a ticket that is reducible, by half price, will need to be paid by the date that is printed on the ticket (2 calendar days). If paid by mail, it must be postmarked within 2 calendar days. Visitors receiving a "No NIU Registration" ticket will have 10 calendar days to call in to have their ticket lowered to the "$5.00 Daily Visitor Fee". If paid by mail, it must be postmarked within the 10 calendar days. Tickets can also be paid, or appeals filed, using the Drop Box located on the East side of our building, or 24/7 online at www.niu.edu/parking.
Some parking regulations are enforced when the University is closed (including reserved spaces, handicapped spaces, 15 minute spaces, and "at all times" lots). Any specific questions about enforcement over breaks please contact Campus Parking Services. (815) 753-1045 or email@example.com.
Parking Lot Closures
Please see Construction and Lot Closings.
Please feel free to contact us at 815-753-1045 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance locating alternative parking areas.
A Bike "Fix-It" station is available on the north side of Campus Parking Services. The station contains tools such as wrenches, Allen (hex key) wrenches and screwdrivers.