Fall 2014 Registration Date and Time
SENIORS – Monday December 8th, 2014 at 8:30 a.m.
JUNIORS – Tuesday December 9th, 2014 at 8:30am
SOPHOMORES – Wednesday December 10th, 2014 at 8:30am
FIRST YEARS – Thursday December 11th, 2014 at 8:30am
ALL CLASS DESIGNATIONS – Friday December 12th, 2014 at 8:30am
**You will only be able to log in and register on the date listed above. If you miss your day, you will have to wait until the 12th to register for your permit**
- 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 Cyndy Rowe at 612-330-1488 or via email at email@example.com to change your user type.
- If you are listed as a “Sophomore” but you are a “Junior”, or any other student status error, please contact the Registrar at 612-330-1036 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cost of Permit
$165 per semester/$330 per year
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. Commuter permits are valid in Street area C, Lot D, K, and L.
- Commuter Parking Map (PDF)
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.
Permit prices: Will vary based on type of members in the group – cost of one permit 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 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 G.
To request a carpool permit, please contact email@example.com. 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 every day, and you are benefiting the environment.
Interim Parking Permits
Interim parking permits are available to faculty, staff, and students who have a registered semester or yearly Augsburg permit, but are unable display their permit on a given day, for instance it was left in another vehicle or you are driving a rental while your car is in the shop. Students, faculty, and staff will receive three free interim permits per school year; after three, they must purchase a $5 temporary permit through the parking services website on Augnet.
Interim permits work just like the permit they are replacing, in the same lots. All interim permits are numbered and must be clearly visible/ unobstructed, with the number facing out the windshield of the vehicle. Improperly displayed permits are subject to ticketing.
If you have a registered semester or yearly permit and need a interim permit, simply stop by Public Safety with a photo ID to pick one up. Vehicles parked without a valid permit displayed are at risk for a $35 violation
Temporary Parking Permits
Temporary parking permits are available to faculty, staff, and students who only need a permit for a short period of time such a few days a semester or a single week during the year. Temporary permits cost $5 per day and are available for purchase only online through parking services. Temporary permits must be paid for by credit card online. Payroll deduction is not an option for faculty/staff purchasing this type of permit.
Temporary permits are numbered and must be clearly visible/ unobstructed, with the number facing out the windshield of the vehicle. Improperly displayed permits are subject to ticketing.
Temporary permits are to be used in the lots specified and printed on the permit. Commuter students purchasing a temporary permit will park in the commuter parking lots, resident students in resident lots and faculty/staff in faculty/staff parking lots.
How to log into parking services & register for a temporary permit: