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Spring/summer parking permits available for purchase

December 5, 2016

Starting on Monday, Dec. 5, 2016, spring and spring/summer parking permits will be available for purchase at Parking Services, by mail or online. There is a $10 discount when permits are purchased online.

There are several convenient ways to obtain your new permit. Online purchases can be made by visiting the Parking Services website. Note that permits purchased online will be mailed and are not available for pick up at Campus Parking. Alternatively, parking permits may be purchased in person from Parking Services at a service window. Parking Services is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. There is an additional $10 fee will be applied to all permits purchased in person, excluding reserved permits. And finally, permits may be purchased via mail by printing and completing the vehicle registration form. Mail the form and your check (payable to NIU) for the amount of the permit to Northern Illinois University, Parking Services, 121 Normal Road, DeKalb, IL 60115. Faculty and staff may also select the payroll deduction preference. The parking permit will be mailed to you within three business days of receiving your order, so be sure to get your form in early to make sure you receive your marketing permit by Jan. 3, 2017!

NIU Parking Services offers spring/summer permits for students, faculty and staff with a variety of price points. Cash is accepted in the office only, checks in the full amount (made out to NIU) are accepted at the office or by mail and all major cards are accepted in the office or online. Faculty and staff have the option to pay with by tax-free payroll deduction (office, mail or online) and students have the option to pay using their Huskie Bucks (office only) or by Bursar account (office or online only).

Spring motorcycle permits may be purchased at the discounted rate by those with a valid vehicle permit (excluding green permits).

A free parking option is also available to any interested student, faculty, staff or visitor. Those who take advantage of this option, after registering their vehicle with Parking Services, will receive a green permit which allows them to park remotely in Lot C3 near the Convocation Center on the west side of campus. A map of all campus parking is available online. 

For more information, contact Parking Services at 815-753-1045 or [email protected].