Parking Info to Know

  • Permits are virtual, and are linked to the vehicle’s license plate.
  • Vehicle license plate must face drive lane while parked in garages or surface lots.
  • All vehicles associated with a permit must be registered by license plate.
  • Vehicle license plate is the ‘parking permit’.
  • Only one (1) registered vehicle may be parked on campus at a time.
  • Permit sales are online only.
  • If you are using a pulled entry ticket or prepaid parking ticket, you will need to display the ticket face up on your dashboard while parked.

Get all the details on CSU Parking & Transportation Services’ website.

All sales of parking permits and passes are made through CSU Parking & Transportation Services. All patrons purchasing parking permits through CSU Parking & Transportation Services will have access to Rec Garage (Lot 65) and Lot 54.  Permits are virtual, so all car information must be accurate and tied to an active account to avoid parking citations. 

To get to the Recreation Center from the Rec Garage: Take the elevator in the garage up to the 3rd floor. Follow the walkway overlooking the Recreation Center (InnerLink) and before entering the next building, either take the stairs or the elevator down to the 1st floor.

Rec Center Parking Permit Information

Rec Center Parking Permits are $18/month.

Active, dues-paying members of the Rec Center may purchase a Rec Center Parking Permit.* Rec Center Parking Permits will provide you access to park in the Rec Garage (RG) and Lot 54. Additionally, metered parking is available in the Rec Garage, Chester Avenue, East 24th Street, and Payne Ave. View CSU’s parking map

To purchase a Rec Center Parking Permit online, or for more information about parking permits or the Online Parking Portal, please see below. If you have any questions, please contact Cameron Johnson, Coordinator – Operations & Membership Services, via email or phone at 216.802.3240.

*Current CSU students, faculty/staff, and business partners are not eligible to purchase these permits and must purchase a university parking pass from CSU Parking & Transportation Services. 

Online Parking Portal

CSU Parking and Transportation Services has implemented an online process for purchasing parking permits and passes. To visit the Online Parking Portal, click here.

Please Note:

  • All Rec Center Parking Permits have a daily 3-hour time limit, any permit used for longer than that period may be ticketed or charged the following rates by CSU Parking and Transportation Services.
0-3 hoursno charge (included with parking permit)6-7 hours$7.00
3-4 hours$4.007-8 hours$8.00
4-5 hours$5.008-9 hours$9.00
5-6 hours$6.009-24 hours*$10.00

*Every additional 24 hours – $10.00

If you have any questions, please contact Cameron Johnson, Coordinator–Operations & Membership Services, or call 216.802.3240.