Public Safety has Moved

As of March 27th, the Public Safety business office in the University Services building has closed as of March 27th. 

As of Monday, April 1, the DPS office has opened in their new space in the 1313 Columbia Building (CLMB), room 002.

Welcome to the SU Parking Page

Parking permits are required at all hours every day for on-campus parking.

Pigott Visitor Lot

Monday - Friday 7am - 3pm is Visitor ONLY parking.   

Monday - Friday after 3pm employees and students are welcome to park with their valid SU parking permit. 


Summer Quarter 2019 permits on sale through iParq. Your vehicle must also be registered with the University. Order your permit here.   

Employee (A) Parking will be processed and picked up at the Office of Public Safety (USVC 102).  You may print a temporary parking permit at The Permit Store after your purchase.

5-Day Supplemental Parking Cards and Temporary Parking Permits must be pre-ordered online , and your vehicle must also be registered with the University, which can be done here.


Parking permits are not transferable.

Current vehicle information must be on file with Public Safety (Information must be up to date on iParq). Should you vehicle information change, the information must be updated with Public Safety so accurate information is on file.


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


Monday - Thursday
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM


8:30 AM - 3 PM

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


  • For supplemental parking permits, please fill out this form.  When the permit is processed, you will receive an e-mail to visit the Office of Public Safety (CLMB 002) to pay for and pick up the permit.
  • Students are eligible for only one Seattle University sponsored parking or subsidized transportation product at a time each academic term. Public Safety cannot provide a subsidized transportation product (LIFT subsidy, subsidized Puget Pass, or subsidized walk-on Ferry pass) and a term-length parking permit to the same student in the same term.
  • All Seattle University employees and students parking on campus must have their vehicle(s) registered with Seattle University Public Safety & Transportation via iParq.

Visitor Parking at

Seattle University

Parking Permits required

All hours all days 


Visitor Parking pay stations accept Visa and Mastercard and are located at: 

Pigott Parking Lot

(12th and E. Marion St.)

(Next to the Chapel)


Murphy Garage Level 1

(1001 E. James Wy.)

(Next to SU Park)


Broadway Garage Level 1

(Broadway and E. Columbia St.)

(Across from Swedish First Hill Hospital)


Redhawk Center Lot

(14th and E. Jefferson)


Parking Permits purchased at the pay station are non-refundable

Parking Questions?

Public Safety can be contacted

24 hours a day by calling