All vehicles and motorcycles that park on campus must display a valid UND parking permit and be registered with the UND Parking Office. Vehicles without a UND parking permit are able to purchase parking in metered lots, the Visitor Pay Lot and the Parking Ramp.
UND Faculty/Staff, Students, and Affiliate permit holders are not eligible to park in any designated visitor parking spaces, as they are intended only for non-affiliated guests.
Permit Types and Rates
The following permits may be purchased at Parking Services located in Twamley Hall Room 204
If you are not a UND employee, student, or vendor but work on campus, you may qualify for an Affiliate Permit.
An Affiliate is defined as an individual who regularly parks on campus but is not a UND employee and does not qualify for payroll deduction through the UND payroll system. Examples: UND Alumni Association, Aerospace Foundation, REAC1, Center for Innovation tenants and Altru Clinic.
|Ramp - Faculty/Staff||RCA||$400.00|
|Park & Ride**||PR||Pink||$125.00|
**No ramp access with these permits.
Parking Services will be transitioning from parking decals to hangtag permits after receiving constructive feedback from students. Effective August 16, 2013, each on-campus apartment resident will be required to display a UND permit hangtag while parking in his/her designated parking zone.
The apartment parking permit is designed to eliminate the complication that went along with decals. Current students living in a UND on-campus apartment will purchase an “HAPT” parking permit in Campus Connection for $155 once they are enrolled. Faculty/Staff living in a UND on-campus apartment will purchase an “A” parking permit in Employee Self-Service for $225. The “HAPT” or “A” permit will allow the resident to purchase one additional “APT” parking permit for $5. Any person who is listed on the lease may be eligible for one additional “APT” permit if the student or faculty/staff leaseholder has purchased the appropriate “HAPT” or “A” permit, as well as submitted the required verification form.
Parking Services will mail out all “APT” permits within 5 business days of receiving payment and the required verification form. The leaseholder (“HAPT” or “A” permit holder) who purchases the “APT” permit will be responsible for any citations issued to either permit and/or vehicle.
Citations may be issued if the “HAPT” and “APT” permits are found to be in violation of UND parking regulations (i.e. parked outside of designated apartment zone as posted on the Housing website, permit given to an ineligible individual or shared/ swapped) and the “HAPT” or “A”, as well as the “APT” permit, may be revoked and deemed ineligible for a refund. Parking Services will notify Housing of any such violations. Housing will consider this type of action under the lease and policy violations.
The “HAPT” permit will be eligible for the student’s designated housing parking lot (as posted on the Housing website) 24 hours a day, as well as “A/S/H” (brown) zones across campus and for the parking ramp on levels 4 and 5 (in the spaces allocated to the student shared account) between 3:30 PM and midnight. Maps for each apartment area are posted on the Housing website.
The “APT” permit will allow a resident to park only in his/her designated housing parking lot 24 hours a day. Maps for each apartment area are posted on the Housing website.
A motorcycle is defined as any scooter, moped, motorcycle, or motorized bike that requires a license plate. Any motorcycle parked on campus must be registered with the UND Parking Office and display a valid motorcycle permit. Motorcycles are permitted to park in the hash marks of their assigned lot, providing they are not creating a safety hazard or blocking any roadway/walkway. This does not include metered or timed spaces. Motorcycles are not eligible to park in "No Parking" zones. The Memorial Union loop has a designated area for 30-minute motorcycle spaces. Motorcycles cannot be stored on campus during winter months.
|Faculty/Staff||AC||Red||No Charge with Purchase of "A" or "RCA" Permit|
|Student||SC||Blue||No Charge with Purchase of "S" or "RCS" Permit|
|Student (Residence Hall)||HC||Green||No Charge with Purchase of "H" or "RCS" Permit|
|Park & Ride Permit Holders||PC||Pink||No Charge with Purchase of "PR" Permit|
|Additional Motorcycle Permits (limit 2)||$10.00/each|
Motorcycle permits must be affixed to the front windshield or on one of the front forks.
The Southeast corner of the first level is reserved for motorcycle parking during the Summer and Fall months. Motorcycles are only allowed on Level 1 of the Parking Ramp. If the designated motorcycle area on Level 1 is full, exit the ramp and find another appropriate site to park.
Contractors, delivery persons and vendors will need to obtain and display a UND "K" parking permit. The "K" permit, is valid in Service Vehicle Zones, "A", "S", "H", and "A/S/H" (brown) . Bring the completed and signed applications to Parking Services located in Twamley Hall Room 204.
Chester Fritz Auditorium Priority Permit
Priority parking is given to Chester Fritz Auditorium season ticket holders and qualified Auditorium donors. The Auditorium reserves parking spaces near the entrance to the auditorium for vehicles displaying the priority parking permit. Permits are issued by the Chester Fritz Auditorium and are valid during ticketed shows only.
UND Retiree Parking Permit Application
Retired UND faculty and staff are eligible for a yearly UND parking permit at a reduced fee. Eligible retired faculty and staff can submit a completed UND Retiree Parking Permit Application along with a $12 payment of cash or check. Send completed form to UND Parking Services at:
UND Parking Services, Twamley Hall 204
264 Centennial Drive Stop 8373
Grand Forks, ND 58202-8373
*Permit valid August 16, 2013 - August 15, 2014
Temporary permits are available to anyone parking on campus. The permit must be displayed on your vehicle's rear view mirror. These permits can be purchased at the Parking Office for a fee of $5/day or $20/week.
Single-day and multi-day permits may be purchased by anyone who needs to park at the University. Annual permit holders who have forgotten their permit may be issued a free temporary permit. These permits are valid in parking lots that correspond with the permit type and dates issued. The information on a temporary permit must match the vehicle it is issued to.