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Parking Permit Terms & Conditions

To purchase a permit, each individual must agree to the following:

STUDENTS:

  • Parking permits, ordered online, must be picked up at the Cashier's Office, located in the Finance Center.  A valid photo ID (e.g., Pacific Card, driver's license) is required at time of pick-up. 
  • Students are required to pick up their own parking permits.
  • Permits are valid only when used by purchaser. 
  • There are no refunds for purchased parking permits. All purchases are final.
  •  FACULTY AND STAFF:

  • Parking permits, ordered online, will be sent to the mailing address that is on file with the University. Also, permits will not be mailed to a campus address.
  • Permits are valid only when used by purchaser. Under no circumstance may an employee purchase an 'A' permit and give it to a child or student for use on campus.
  • Payment by Employee Payroll Deduction, if chosen, may be used for one (1) personal-use permit. It may not be used to pay for permits of spouses or children. All payroll deduction with-holdings are taken from the Employee's paycheck on a pre-tax basis.
  • There are no refunds, upgrades or downgrades for purchased parking permits. All sales are final.
  • ALL:

  • The cost to replace a lost/ stolen parking permit is $25.00.  Replacement permits are purchased from the University Cashier in the Finance Center.
  • Parking permits remain the property of the University of the Pacific and must be surrendered to the Department of Public Safety or Human Resources upon request. 
  • A parking permit does not guarantee a parking space, but allows parking if a space is available. Each vehicle operator is responsible for finding legal space in the parking area designated by the permit they possess. Lack of space is not a valid excuse for violating any parking regulation. Purchaser will obey all posted parking and traffic signs on campus at all times.
  • Parking in a handicapped stall does not require a University parking permit. However, the owner/ operator of the vehicle must contact Public Safety and register their information with them.
  • All motor vehicles are brought onto the University grounds at the owner's risk and the University undertakes no responsibility for their safety or security. The University is not responsible for loss or damage to property arising from bringing a motor vehicle onto any University grounds.
  • Permits will be displayed from the rear-view mirror or dashboard with the numbers facing the windshield while parked. Sun shields, ornaments or other items must not inhibit the visibility of the hang tag. Prior to placing vehicle in motion, the vehicle operator must remove the hang tag from the rear-view mirror so that the operator's field of view is unobstructed.
  • If you agree to these terms and conditions:
    Purchase a Parking Permit