$225 per semester or $5.00 for two hours, $8.00 for the day. Prices may be subject to change.
Campus Permit Required
To park in any of the lots located on campus, you MUST have an SFSU parking permit. If you have a DMV placard but did not display it while parked in a blue zone, you may be cited.
Obtaining a parking permit through the DPRC
Students registered with the Disability Programs and Resource Center (DPRC) with a disability related need for parking, may purchase a permit or apply for a waiver of the parking fees. Proof of a DMV placard receipt or documentation from a qualified medical professional is required.
Permits are only provided to students currently enrolled through the regular University or the College of Extended Learning (CEL) or with a letter from a thesis advisor.
Waiver of Parking Fees
Applications to waive the parking fee based on financial need are available at DPRC.
Eligibility: If you are a student with a verified disability and you meet the following criteria, you may be eligible for a parking permit fee waiver.
- Register with Disability Programs and Resource Center.
- Submit original proof to Disability Programs and Resource Center of a DMV placard receipt (Note: Actual placards do not display the holder’s name and so cannot be submitted as proof).
- Provide Financial Aid Letter to demonstrate need
If you meet the above criteria, please complete packet and send it to our office for processing.
If you do not need a temporary permit while the semester permit is being mailed to you, we will forward your paperwork to the Parking Department.
If you need a temporary permit while semester permit is being mailed to you please notify our office so we can contact Parking Department to email you a temporary permit.
Parking Department will process Student’s parking permit request and the vendor will mail out the semester permit within 3 business days.
Please note: You will not be eligible for a waiver if you receive assistance for parking fees from the Department of Rehabilitation or any other agency.
Parking in an on-campus blue zone without a DMV placard or plate means a fine of $275 or more. Parking is enforced 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. BOTH a DMV placard and a SFSU permit must be displayed when parking in blue zone spaces.
DMV Placard or DP Plate Holders
Placard or DP plate holders may park in lots 2, 19 (excluding spaces designated 19A), 20 and 25 regardless of permit assignment. Parking within the blue zones in Lot 6 is also permitted.
This permit allows access to Lots 2 through 25 with some restrictions indicated below.
Lot 2 permit holders may park in any lot numbered 2 or higher as indicated below.
Lot 6 is a special reserved lot. A DMV placard or DP plate along with a permit allows parking in blue zones before 5 p.m. After 5 p.m. parking is also allowed in non-blue zones.
This permit allows you access to Lots 19, 20, and 25, excluding parking spaces marked as reserved for 19A permit holders.