Registration and Permit Information

For the 22-23 Academic Year, Vehicle and Permit Registration will open for Staff/Faculty on Monday, August 15 and on Monday, August 22 for Students (Sophomore, Juniors, Seniors only). 

  • Reminder: Permits are designated by SPECIFIC Lots and Street Area/Zone and are NOT UNIVERSAL PERMITS.
  • Parking permits are a scarce resource, not everyone will receive one (permits will be issued, first come, first serve, until gone).
  • Please note, parking options are not always close in proximity to your residence and/or building, so please be understanding

 

Permit Information

Important Reminders to Acknowledge:

Please review the parking website for display requirements and any additional questions you may have.

Annual Street Permit

  • Street permits are annual permits and are only valid in a designated zone/area, there are no assigned spaces.
  • Street permits are valid Mon-Fri, 7am-5pm.
  • You must apply and register for street permits each year on a first come, first serve basis
  • If a permit is misplaced or lost, there will be a $75 replacement fee, payable to the Parking Office.
  • Parking citations issued to vehicles on the streets, are municipal tickets.  

 Annual Surface Lot

  • Surface lot permits are valid in designated lots only, there are no assigned spaces.  
  • During Hockey Season, the following surface lots must be vacated by permit holders by 5pm. Message reminders will be sent to permit holders prior to games:
    • C1 Staff/Faculty lot
    • C2 Armstrong lot
    • S3 Cornerstone lot
    • Robson Parking Garage
    • E6 Sodexo

 General Reminders

  • Annual permits will be valid September 1 through August 31.
  • Parking will be enforced 24/7 year-round, including during the academic year, block breaks, holiday breaks, and summer.
  • Permits can not be transferred/sold to anyone else.
  • The permit fee is non-refundable.  
    • Permits require a full payment if purchased with credit card, cash, or check, or you may sign up for monthly payroll deductions. 
  • Colorado College is not responsible for the safety or protection of motor vehicles, or their contents while parked on college property. By registering a vehicle or applying for a parking permit, the registrant agrees that neither Colorado College nor the Parking Office are responsible for injury to persons, nor for the theft of, or damage to, vehicles or their contents, while parked on college property. 
  • Citations received can only be appealed within the first 10 days, please see the website for the new appeal process.
  • Vehicles will be immobilized through the Parking Office if they receive five or more citations.

Didn't Receive a Permit

What if I Did Not Receive a Parking Permit? 

Due to the scarcity of parking options on and around campus, not everyone will receive a parking permit.  We do encourage usage of the Metro shuttle bus or some nearby parking alternatives that can be viewed here. 

 

Report an issue - Last updated: 08/14/2022