All faculty, staff, students, and tenants of the Avery Point Campus must obtain a parking decal. Parking decals are not transferrable. Hanging (faculty) decals must be placed on the rear view mirror. Stick on decals must be adhered to the registered vehicle by using the adhesive coating supplied.
2019-2020 parking information can be found at UConn Parking Services.
Rules and Regulations:
- Commuter Student permits authorize parking only on lots “A” and “B” on the Avery Point campus (Avery Point Parking Map)
- Avery Point Commuter Student permit holders must use lot “C” or “J” when parked on the Storrs campus.
- Commuter Student parking permits may be purchased online.
- Immediately notify Parking Services of any changes to your vehicle registration information (web form); your permit parking permissions are associated with your vehicles registration (license plate) number, it is important that our parking enforcement officers have the correct information.
- UConn parking permits are state property, may not be resold or transferred to others, and must be properly displayed to be valid.
- Completely adhere the face of parking decals to the lower inside corner of the passenger-side windshield: Parking permits must be properly displayed to be valid.
- When circumstances require a permit holder to drive a vehicle not associated with their parking permit a Substitute Vehicle Permit (request form) must be obtained and displayed.
- Parking tickets may be appealed within 14 days of the violation by submitting an online Citation Appeal form.
Please note: University permit parking privileges are strictly enforced between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., weekdays unless otherwise posted. After 5:00 p.m. on weekdays, and on weekends, permit holders and all others may park in any on-campus space not designated as reserved, restricted, or limited. Overnight parking (1:00 a.m. until 6:00 a.m.) not specifically authorized by University permit privileges, posted signage, or written communication from Parking Services is prohibited.
Parking permits provide their holders with the opportunity to park within specified area(s); they do not guarantee parking availability, or that parking will be found in the most convenient locations. The unavailability of a convenient parking location, severe weather, or running late for a class or meeting are not considered valid excuses for violating any parking regulations. University parking regulations are regularly enforced and vehicles found in violation of them may be ticketed and/or towed at the owner’s expense and risk.
Faculty and staff will obtain their parking permits by going to the UConn Parking Services website.