All people who park on RIT’s campus must have a valid parking permit or authorization from RIT Parking & Transportation Services. Beginning Fall 2013, new parking registration fees will apply to RIT students, employees, and guests of the university. This site contains information about the new rates and how they apply to you. For a complete explanation of parking rules, visit the Where May I Park page.
If you have any questions, please feel free to submit a question via our site or by contacting RIT Parking and Transportation Services (firstname.lastname@example.org or 585-475–2074). We will respond to your question as quickly as possible and will continue to add FAQs to this list as more details are confirmed.
For more information regarding the new paid parking model or frequently asked questions, check out these links:
- Employees (and Others Working at RIT) Fees
- Student Fees
- Guests (Alumni, Retirees, Others) Fees
- Carpooling at RIT
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Submit a Question
Parking Permit Fees for the 2014-2015 Academic Year
All people who park on RIT’s campus must have a valid parking permit or authorization from RIT Parking & Transportation Services. The following table displays the fees associated with each classification of parker at RIT.
Definition of a Parking Year and Permits Available
Annual permit: Fall Semester, Intersession, Spring Semester, Summer Term.
Semester (semi-annual) Permit - two options:
- Fall Semester - Valid for Fall Semester and Intersession (50% of annual fee)
- Spring Semester - Valid for Spring Semester and Summer Term (50% of annual fee)
|Classification/Subclass||Parking Fee (Annual)|
|Employees and others working at RIT|
|Faculty, Adjunct Faculty, Full Time Staff, Part Time Staff, Temporary Employees, Temporary Agency Employees|
|Salary Level 1: Less than $40,000||$0.00|
|Salary Level 2: $40,000 - $83,999||$50.00|
|Salary Level 3: $84,000 - $125,999||$100.00|
|Salary Level 4: $126,000 and above||$150.00|
|Motorcycle Only (Included at no additional cost if a car is registered as well)||$25.00|
|2 Person Carpool Permit (also applies to reserve permits)||50% of regular fee|
|3 or more person carpool permit||33% - 3 person 25% - 4 person|
|Students||Parking Fee (Annual)|
|Commuting student (including Racquet Club and RIT Inn)||$100.00|
|Resident Student (main campus property)||$100.00|
|Designated Resident: Park Point and The Province (After Hours permit, M - F after 5 PM and all day Saturday and Sunday)||$50.00|
|Part Time Evening/Weekend student (After Hours permit, M - F after 5 PM and all day Saturday and Sunday)||$50.00|
|CO-OP student (if living on campus or coming to campus regularly while on CO-OP)||$100.00|
|Other (Community Pass)||Parking Fee (Annual)|
|Alumni (RIT Employees not included)||$25.00|
|Hale Andrews Student Life Center member||$25.00|
|Construction Worker||Per contract, park as directed by RIT|
|Event Parking||Per event agreement|
|RESERVED PARKING PRICES||Parking Fee (Annual)|
|Annual fee included as part of the reserved price|
|Reserved (Single Lot)||$225.00|
|Multi Lot (E, F, J, L, S only)||$300.00|
|Frank E. Gannett Hall dock area||$300.00|
*U-Lot will be closed until September 19, 2014. Dut to this fact, we are offering U-Lot Reserved at a reduced cost for the 2014 - 2015 Academic Year ONLY. Those who choose to order a U-Lot Reserved permit will have to park in any General space on campus until it re-opens. Also, there will be a few days throughout the year that a very small portion of the lot will be blocked off for events.
Note that infrequent visitors may stop at the Welcome Center and receive a day pass. The Parking Office can also email a visitor pass in advance when applicable. Infrequent is defined as two or less visits to campus per month.