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Fall parking map

Fall parking map

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Visitor parking at WSU

Welcome to Wichita State University!  

During the fall and spring semesters, Wichita State's main campus is an ePermit-only parking environment from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays when school is in session.

If you are a visitor to our campus, your first two hours of parking are free in lots with yellow, green or yellow-and-green-striped signage. 

If you are a visitor and plan to park for more than two hours, you may purchase an one-day ePermit at the link below. Day ePermits are $5, or you may purchase a frequent visitor ePermit for $75 per semester.

» Purchase a visitor parking ePermit  (You will be asked to provide license plate information and the type, make and color for each vehicle you wish to register to complete the purchase.)

Visitors must park in lots with green, yellow or yellow-and-green-striped signage. They may not park in orange, brown or red parking lots.

Enforcement hours run Monday through Friday from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Permits are not enforced on weekends or on days when classes are not in session.

To accommodate the license plate scanning system, your license plate must be visible and unobscured. If your license plate is on the rear of your vehicle, backing into a parking stall or pulling through is not allowed.


Free park-and-ride option

Visitors may also choose WSU's free park-and-ride option, taking WSU Shuttle System from satellite lots at the Hughes Metropolitan Complex at 29th and Oliver. Get more information about shuttle stops and schedules at wichita.edu/shuttle


Disabled parking

If you have a state disabled parking placard or plate, registering your vehicle and purchasing an ePermit is not required. You may park in the marked accessible parking stalls across campus. If those stalls are full, you can park in any legally available stall not posted as restricted or reserved.