Summer Session Parking
Summer semester begins Monday, June 2, 2014.
Reserve permits are not available at this time, if you have an existing reserve permit for this academic year, it is still valid.
Due to the reduced shuttle services during the summer session, resident and designated resident students are permitted to park in General Parking spaces on campus during the summer session only. All vehicles must have a current commuter, resident, or after hours permit to park in the general spaces. Please visit the parking office if you need to obtain a parking permit - summer rates apply for parking permits. Any vehicle not registered will be cited if parked on campus. Thank you and have a great summer!
U Lot closing for construction during summer semesterAttention: All U-Lot Reserved Permit Holders
Effective May 26, 2014, all of U-lot will be shut down for the re-configuration of the Gene Polisseni Center. We have expected this since construction began that eventually it would have to close for a few months.
Your current U-lot reserved permit will be honored in the following reserve parking lots: E, F, M, S, and Grace Watson.
D and R Lot reserve areas are not eligible for U Lot reserve holders. If one of the suggested locations can not work for you, please contact the parking office for additional guidance.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding in this matter.
The Parking Office provides parking services to students, faculty, staff and guests of the RIT community. Please visit the links below for detailed information on the Parking Regulations and services available. To the right of the page "myParking Account" provides direct access to your contact information, vehicle and permit information stored on the parking database. You can edit this information, register your vehicle, purchase reserved permits, pay or appeal citations online. Please take the time to check this information for accuracy and updates on a regular basis.
ALL VEHICLES MUST BE REGISTERED BEFORE PARKING ON CAMPUS.
The registration process is not complete until the permit or decal has been displayed as instructed. Vehicles registrations can be processed throughout the academic year for new employees and students, permit replacements, new vehicles and license plate transfers, etc. If you require assistance, please contact the Parking Office (585) 475-2074.
General Parking Information
- Where May I Park?
- Traffic Regulations
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Parking Definitions
- Disabled or Neglected Vehicles
- Avoid a Ticket – Helping you out
- Parking for People with Disabilities
- LEED Low-Emissions & Electric Charging Station Locations