Parking on all three campuses of the university is by permit only. Campus public safety officers enforce traffic and parking permit regulations on each campus and patrol campus parking on a regular basis. Each campus has somewhat different parking arrangements and policies.
Parking in the Sacramento Campus parking lots is by permit only. Parking regulations are enforced 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. weekdays. All students, faculty and staff are required to display a university-issued parking permit on their vehicle when parked in a campus parking lot. Visitors are required to display a university issued visitor's permit on the dashboard of their car in plain view. Visitor's permits can be obtained from the Business Office from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. weekdays or from Sacramento Campus Public Safety anytime day or night.
San Francisco Campus
The San Francisco campus is 7-story building located in the South of Market District of San Francisco. Use of public transportation is recommended, as street parking is very limited. If you chose to drive, please allow yourself plenty of time to find parking. Information on nearby garages and public transportation is available here. All automobile parking is allocated based on a selection in a lottery of full-time faculty and staff. Motorcycle parking is be allocated on a first come, first served basis to faculty, staff and incoming 2nd- and 3rd-year students.
Permits are required for all parking on the Pacific campus. All users of parking facilities agree to abide the university's Parking Permit Terms and Conditions and to obey all Parking and Traffic Regulations. Parking is enforced by the Department of Public Safety. Faculty, staff and student parking on campus requires a permit. Permits are sold at the beginning of each academic year.
Parking lots are identified by zone. Vehicles may only park in lots corresponding to their permit. At the beginning of each fall semester, faculty, staff, and students can buy Stockton campus parking permits.
Visitors to the campus between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays must display a temporary parking permit on their vehicle. If parking in the reserved visitor's parking near Burns Tower you must obtain a temporary parking permit from the Welcome Center, located at the base of Burns Tower.
Sworn Public Safety offices patrol the campus parking lots regularly. Illegally parked vehicles are cited. If you believe you received a citation in error, please see the Citation Appeal Policies and Procedures.