To park on the Minnesota State University Moorhead campus, all students, faculty, staff, and others associated with the University need to register their vehicles and obtain a parking permit with Public Safety. Public Safety must be notified if there is a change in the ownership of the registered vehicle listed on the permit registration form. All lots will be monitored beginning the first day of class. All citations must be paid prior to purchasing a new permit.
Permits must be registered for online or at the Public Safety Office. Day permits are available 24 hours a day.
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Permit registration is currently only open for the 2016-17 School Year. Questions or concerns please contact us.
Parking permit owners may return their parking permit for a full or partial refund of sale price if done so within the following guidelines:
The refund amount will be reduced by any outstanding citations.
The reserved spaces on the northeast end of the CMU are for Affinity Plus Credit Union. To park in these spaces a designated permit must be hanging on the rear view mirror at all times. These permits may be obtained at Affinity Plus Credit Union.
Cost: $275/year, $145/semester, $80/summer
Authorization to use a All Zone permit comes from either the Vice President of Finance and Administration or the Director of Public Safety. This properly displayed permit allows the registered vehicle owner to park in any General parking space. When properly displaying the permit the vehicle is also allowed to park in metered or reserved spaces for short periods of time.
Day permits are issued at a rate of $4 per day from the Public Safety Office and are available 24 hours a day.
Day permits must be properly displayed from the rear-view mirror or the vehicle is subject to a citation. Day permits are valid in lots listed on pass only, and do not override any reserved space unless specified.
This properly displayed permit is for individuals whose children are enrolled in the center. This is for 15 minutes only in lot D-1 or in designated spaces on 6th Avenue. Enforced Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Cost: $150/year, $90/spring, $40/summer
The red general permit allows vehicles to park in general lots. All general lots start with the letter G. General lots are enforced from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. General lots are red on the parking map.
Cost: $225/year, $125/spring semester, $60/summer
The reserved purple permit allows vehicles to park in the designated lot listed on the permit.
Any vehicle parked in these lots or spaces without an authorized purple permit displayed is subject to citation, immobilization, or towing at the owner's expense.
Overflow parking into General lots is authorized only in a case-by-case basis. Reserved permit owners must gain permission from the Parking Office in the event of a need for overflow parking.
The yellow retired permit is issued to retired faculty and staff. Use of this permit for any other purpose than to conduct business with Minnesota State University Moorhead representatives can result in revocation of parking privileges on the campus.
The maroon permit is issued to clients of the SLHS clinic and is to be used while conducting clinic business only. Vehicles with the maroon permit properly displayed should park in the spaces designated for SLHS use in G-10 lot. When those spaces are all occupied, overflow parking is allowed in G-10 lot. Permits are only valid during scheduled SLHS appointment times.
Cost: $75/year, $40/semester, $20/summer
The teal permit is issued to sales representatives, vending agents, contractors and others in similar positions using unmarked vehicles for business only. Use of this permit for any other purpose than to conduct business with Minnesota State University Moorhead representatives can result in revocation of parking privileges on the campus. Vehicles with the teal permit properly displayed may park in General lots and Metered spaces.
With a company logo, a vendor permit is not required. Marked vehicles are to follow the same parking guidelines as those with a vendor permit. Leaving a note on the dash does not qualify as a marked vehicle.