General Parking

Where can I park with my permit?

Employees can view what lots are open to them by looking to their permit type on this page. Students can view what lots are open to them by looking to their permit type on this page. Additionally, you can find a map of the parking garages here. Back to top

What if I want to use a different car than I have registered?

One vehicle can be associated to a permit at a time. Click  to view instructions on how to change your associated vehicle. Back to top

Who is eligible to purchase a carpool permit and how do I apply for one?

A carpool must consist of two or more people who meet the following criteria:

  • Currently enrolled in classes or be a full time employee
  • Arrive to campus together in a carpool registered vehicle
  • Live more than one mile away from campus and within a logical commute path of each other (carpool should not pass by campus to pick up members)
  • No member of the carpool team can have an outstanding campus parking violation
  • No member of the carpool team must be currently registered for an ORCA transit pass

You can apply for one online at The Permit Store Back to top

I only want to park on campus short-term, where do I get a permit?

For infrequent or short-term parking, Pay by Day permits can purchased on iParq for faculty, staff and students. For short-term, overnight parking, please purchase the consecutive days through iParq in in one order. Back to top

I already have an ORCA transit pass can I purchase a parking permit?

If you already have an ORCA transit pass you are not eligible to purchase a parking permit. Please contact our office if you want to switch from a transit pass to a parking permit. Back to top

I received a citation! How to I pay/appeal it?

You can pay and appeal citations online at The Permit Store. Instructions on how to appeal a ticket can be found here. Back to top

I just need to drop something off. Do I need to purchase a parking pass?

If you just need to drop something off, or briefly visit the bookstore, please get a complimentary 15 minute parking permit at one of the pay stations located in campus parking lots. Parking lot locations can be found here. Back to top

Can I park in the red signed areas?

No visitors can park in the red signed areas. Even if they are late for an appointment, meeting, ect. they cannot park there. The booth cannot write a pass for someone to park in those spots. Back to top

What if I have another question that is not listed here?

If you have a question not listed here. Please email us at parkingservices@seattleu.edu, call us at 206.296.5992, or visit us in USB 102 across from the SU Bookstore. Back to top

Public Safety & Transportation
901 12th Avenue
CLMB 002
Seattle, WA 98122-1090
(206) 296-5992

 

Business Office HOURS

Monday - Friday
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

parkingservices@seattleu.edu

Parking Questions may be answered 24 hours a day by calling the Public Safety Communication Center at 206-296-5990