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SHOCKER PARKING

ePermits for students, faculty and staff

Button: Purchase Student, Faculty and Staff Permits

During the fall and spring semesters, students, faculty and staff wishing to park on campus must purchase virtual permits called ePermits. ePermits are required for students, faculty and staff regardless of parking duration.

» See information for visitor parking

You may register up to five vehicles on a single ePermit (only one of the vehicles may be on campus at a time). To purchase, click the button to the right to log in with your WSU ID and password. You will be asked to provide license plate information and the type, make and color and for each vehicle you wish to register on the ePermit. You may also register or administer your exisiting account through the ePermits link in myWSU.

Students -- Student permits are $150 for the academic year (August - May) or $75 per semester for cars, trucks, SUVs and motorcycles. Students can pay for the ePermit via credit or debit card or ACH on the registration site or, after registering your vehicle(s), they may go to Jardine Hall, Room 201, to pay by cash or check. (NOTE: ePermits will not become active until payment is received.)


Faculty and staff rates are determined by salary and you must be signed up for payroll deduction. If you don’t have a parking payroll deduction form already on file, you must submit a payroll deduction form electronically or fill out a paper form at the Accounts Receivable department at least two business days before attempting to register your vehicle(s). 

Family of faculty and staff are considered visitors as long as their vehicles are not registered on an ePermit. If you have registered the vehicle of a family member on your ePermit and they want to visit campus at the same time your primary vehicle is on campus, you should remove the family member's vehicle from the ePermit prior to their arrival. Log in to myWSU and click the ePermit link near the top of the page to make changes to your account.


NOTE: 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 and could result in a parking citations.