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Parking Registration

**Fall 2017 Vehicle Pre-registration Pick Up Hours**

Monday, Aug. 28 through Thursday, Aug. 31, 1 - 6 p.m.

Wellsville commuter permits will only be available for pick up on the Wellsville campus, as stated below.

Student Registration

Students may register their vehicle (only one registration per student) when processing their bill online in Bannerweb or by visiting the University Police Department in the Theta Gamma House and providing proper ID (student ID or driver license). Either way, you will need to pick up the actual permit at UPD. We are open 24/7. To save time when registering in person, please bring the completed vehicle registration form.

Attention: For Fall Semester Only

There are designated registration hours to pick up your permit at University Police at the beginning of the fall semester during the first week of classes. Following the first week of classes in the fall semester, you may obtain your permit anytime at University Police, but remember failure to have your permit hanging in your vehicle will result in a parking violation.

The $95 parking registration fee will be charged to the student bill automatically upon being registered in Banner. This is an annual fee that cannot be prorated for a partial year.

Remember, vehicles are not considered registered unless the permit (hangtag) is hanging and clearly displayed from the vehicle's rear view mirror while parked on campus at all times.

Parking regulations are available online and a printed copy may be obtained at University Police.

Wellsville Campus "Commuter" Students Only

Commuters to the Wellsville campus should pick up their permits at the Student Services Office located in the Zero Energy Home on the Wellsville campus daily Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Faculty and Staff Registration

Faculty and staff may register their vehicle with a registration fee of $5 per employee. You have several options for obtaining your permit:

  1. You may register your vehicle and pay online thru Bannerweb and have the parking permit (hangtag) mailed to your department.
  2. You may stop by University Police, open 24-hours a day, seven days a week to obtain your parking permit (hangtag) in person. When registering in person, please bring the completed vehicle registration form along with the exact registration fee of $5 as we may be unable to make change for you.
  3. You may send a check or money order through the campus mail to University Police along with a completed vehicle registration form and have the parking permit mailed to your department.

* There is a limitation of one vehicle permit per employee. The permits can be switched out to other vehicles that only you drive to campus, they are NOT allowed to be shared with other individuals to serve as their registration. We will make an exception for an additional permit if requested, but the permit is only to be used by you.