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Commuter Student Parking

Before your registration date you should log into Parking Services and check your profile’s designation to make sure it is what you expect. Your “User Type” determines what type of permit you can register for.

  • If you are listed as a “Commuter” but you are a “Resident” or vice-verse, please contact Residence Life at to change your user type. DPS gathers this information from the University and cannot change your type.
  • Your class level is updated nightly based on earned credits, not attempted credits; seniors 92+, juniors 60-91, sophomores 28-59, freshman (first years) 0-27.  If you feel there is an error in your class level/earned credits, please review your information in Records and Registration.  Click on the “Grades/Unoffocial Transcript”, select “All Terms”, and reference the “Credits” column.  If after reviewing this information you still believe there is an error, contact the Registrar’s Office at or 612-330-1036.

 Commuter Permit Fall 2017

Visit ‘Parking Sale Dates‘ to see when you are eligible to register for parking.

Get It:

Purchase your pass online at the Parking Services website. You can pick up your permit from DPS dispatch in the Urn/Mort lobby. Please allow at least two business days for processing & bring a photo ID. Permits will not be mailed out to students, nor will they be handed to someone else on the students’ behalf.


Contract Features:

  • Available to all commuter students
  • 24/7 parking in Street “lot” C, Lot K, B, and L (Campus Map (PDF))


Commuter year: $358

Commuter Semester: $179

Please Note: Day student permits are limited and will be sold on a first-come basis. Commuter permits are available to Day Students who live off campus.


Permit prices: Will vary based on number of members in the group – cost of one permit (Year $358) is split by total number of group members.

Carpool group permits are very limited and will be sold on a first-come basis.

Commuter students, faculty, and staff have the option of purchasing a carpool permit. Any group (of two or more people) who agrees to have only one of their vehicles on campus at a time, and both (or more) parties are on the Augsburg Minneapolis campus a MINIMUM of 3 days each week may opt for a carpool permit. That group will be assigned one permit to share, and will have a spot reserved for their group in Lot A (Fall 2017).

To request a carpool permit, please contact Once an e–mail is received, the sender will receive an e–mail response and permit instructions within 2 business days.

The benefits of registering for a carpool parking permit are: You will have a reserved space (no one else can use it), it costs less than buying your own permit, you will not have to drive yourself to work/school every day, and you are benefiting the environment.