Through university restructuring, Transportation and Parking Services has been transferred from Public Safety to Facilities & Campus Services. Transportation is still located in the Public Safety office: 206.296.5992.
Monday-Friday 8:30am to 4:00pm
Saturday-Sunday - CLOSED
University Holidays - CLOSED
Permits and pricing for staff and faculty
Permits and pricing for all students
Review, appeal, and pay citations
Permits and pricing for campus visitors
Purchase departmental guest parking permits for events and meetings
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
Monthly parking permits currently available.
Seattle University has a total of 10 electric vehicle chargers available to the campus community. 8 chargers are located at the north end of the Pigott Visitor Lot (P1) and 2 chargers are located in the 13th & East Cherry Lot (P6). A link to a campus map is included below.
Q: When can I buy my permit for the next term?
A: Permits are usually available 1-2 weeks before the scheduled start of an academic term.
Q: If I don't see any permits available to purchase in Iparq does it mean I don't need a permit to park on campus?
A: No, a valid permit is available all days at all times to park on campus. This includes any University holidays and breaks between terms.
Q: If I don't see any permits available to purchase in iParq what should I do?
A: Contact Parking Services during business hours at 206-296-5992 or by email at ParkingServices@seattleu.edu. Please be ready to provide your name, SU ID number, and the type of permit that you need access to.
Q: Will the University run out of permits if I don't purchase mine in time?
A: The University will not run out of permits to issue.
Q: I tried to buy my permit but iParq was too slow/I had a bad connection/the payment failed, can I park and leave a note on my car?
A: Any technical issues should be reported to Parking Services at 206-296-5992 or ParkingServices@seattleu.edu as soon as possible for assistance. Unpermitted vehicles are still subject to citation. Parking permits can be purchased in advance to allow ample time for your permit to be activated and any issues to be resolved.
Q: I received a citation and I want to appeal it. Can I call or email to appeal the citation?
A: All appeals must follow the formal appeal process through iParq. More information can be found here: https://www.seattleu.edu/transportation/parking/citations/