Parking Permits

Parking Permits

Parking Permits are required for all motorized vehicles (including Motorcycles, Mopeds and Motor scooters) parked on campus during the University term.

On AUGUST 1, 2018 the 2018-19 FHSU Zone 1, Zone 2, and motorcycle/moped/motor scooter parking permits will be available for purchase. The FHSU Police Department encourages you to save time by purchasing your permit online accessed through your TigerTracks in the Online Services tab. For those persons who have not set up their TigerTracks account yet, you will have to do so before you will be able to attain your permit online. For those persons, please contact TigerTech, at 785-628-FHSU, in order to set up your TigerTracks account login and password.

Permits must be purchased and properly displayed no later than August 27, 2018 for any vehicle parking on campus. All faculty, staff, and students are required to register their vehicles online each school year in order to receive their permit, regardless if the vehicle had been registered the prior year.

Choose to pick your permit up at the University Police Department, located at 112 Custer Hall. If you choose another delivery, make sure your address is updated...USPS delivery may result in delayed delivery of your permit. (It is recommended that you not select your permanent address.)

Questions: call UPD 785-628-5304 or stop by Custer 112. 8:00am-4:30pm Mon.-Fri.

Which permit is for you?

ZONE 1 $25.00 fall 2018 through summer 2019:

You are commuting and do not live in the Residential Life Halls.

ZONE 2 $13.00 fall 2018 through summer 2019:

(a) You live on Campus in a Residential Life Hall or 
(b) ONLY want to park in the Cunningham Hall/Gross Memorial Coliseum parking lots. 

Please read the regulations and restrictions and view the map designating Zone 2 restricted areas

A permit does not guarantee the holder a parking space, but only an opportunity to park within a specified Zone.

Permits must be purchased and properly displayed no later than August 27, 2018 for any vehicle parking on campus.

See the Parking Brochure for a full list of parking violations, fines, and restrictions of a motor vehicle on Fort Hays State University campus.

See the FHSU Campus Parking Map for the boundaries of parking zones, special parking locations, street names, and building names and locations.

 In order to contest a parking ticket, you will have to file an Appeals Form.

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