Parking Services

Office Hours: Monday - Friday 7am - 5pm (online payments available 24/7)
Phone: (801) 863-8188 Email: parking@uvu.edu
Address: 936 S. 400 W. Orem, UT 84058

Parking Information

Web Based Parking Account Management

To better serve our customers Parking Services implemented a new Parking Portal.  The Parking Portal allows all permit holders to renew or update their parking accounts online.  You can now manage your vehicles, permits, pay citations, appeal citations, and view your historical documents.  As always we are happy to review and update your account over the phone or in person at Parking Services Monday through Friday 7 am - 5 pm.  Fall permits are available August 1st.

While adding a vehicle to your account you might receive a message if the vehicle already exists in our parking system.  This will require you to contact Parking Services so that we may ensure any outstanding violations aren’t automatically added to your account.  Your patience and understanding is appreciated during this transition period.


Our permits are digital and assigned to your license plate, your best option is to buy online.  Students using cash, checks, or obtaining disabled permits may visit the parking office to get their permit issued to their vehicle.  Students using a sponsored account (Department of Veterans Affairs or Utah State Office of Rehabilitation) may visit the parking office to get their permit issued to their vehicle.

Parking Permits Online

Please use this button to apply for a parking permit. Note that permits may also be obtained in the parking office.

Pay/Appeal Citations Online

Please use this button to pay/appeal citations online. Note that citations may also be paid or appealed in the parking office.

 

Note that a valid license plate number and make/model info for the vehicle is required.  If you change vehicles or license plate numbers you can manage your vehicles online at our Parking Portal.  Your vehicle information must be accurate and current to avoid citations.  While updating your account if you receive a message the vehicle already exists you must contact Parking Services so that we may ensure there are no outstanding citations assigned to the vehicle.  We are always happy to review and update your information during business hours from 7 am - 5 pm Monday through Friday in the parking office or by calling 801-863-8188.  After hours please email parking@uvu.edu.  Please see the parking regulations and the FAQ links below for details.

The parking garage is a pay-by-space facility and costs $1 per hour to park ($10 daily maximum).  The pay stations located on each floor accept all major credit cards or $1, $5, or $10 bills.  Payment is required from 5 am through 10 pm, seven days a week. A permit is also available for the parking garage for $750.00 a year.  Regular student and employee permits are NOT VALID in the Parking Garage.  If you are interested in the specific garage permit, please come by our office for details.

All visitors to campus are asked to park in the Parking Garage, Admissions Meter Lot, or Lakeside Visitor Lot and pay the posted rate, we no longer issue visitor permits.


Do you have a question regarding our license plate based permit system? Check out this page for more details!

Planning an event or conference on campus? Please visit our Events Page for details on how to arrange parking.


Please visit our Parking FAQ page for other upcoming changes and for answers to some Frequently Asked Questions.


Parking FAQ

Looking for a Vendor permit? Check out the VENDOR page for details.


  Parking
Map

click for a map of the parking options and lots.

 Parking Alerts

NEW PARKING LOT! Beginning Fall semester a new 470 space parking lot will be available for students (yellow permit required). Lot M29 is located on the east side of campus.

Lot L11 will be closed Fall and Spring semesters to allow for the construction of the Autism Center.

Lot L12 is now an "employee only" parking lot.

M27 will house the new Faculty Annex. Due to this change the first row of lot M25 will now be employee parking.

Please see our map for parking lot changes and locations.

 

Keep Up To Speed This Semester With New Information About UVU Parking

Effective August 3, 2015 annual yellow permits are $90, semester yellow permits are $60.

At the beginning of each semester we anticipate significant parking and traffic congestion for the first few weeks of the semester. Here are some suggestions that may help to lessen the impact of parking issues early in the semester.

  1. If driving, allow extra time to arrive on campus and to find a parking spot. It is much easier to beat the traffic and find parking spaces if you arrive early.
  2. If possible, take the bus or ride your bike. Students and employees are encouraged to find alternative transportation to campus during the first two weeks. Check the UTA website at Rideuta.com to find a bus route that will get you to campus with less traffic/parking hassle.
  3. During the first weeks of the semester the parking garage is a cost effective alternative at $1 per hour.

Again, we all need to work together to keep traffic and parking congestion to a minimum during the first couple of weeks of school. Do not hesitate to contact Barbara Young at x8016, if you have any questions.

Additional Information


We use a permit-less system which uses your license plate as your permit identification. Each student may register two vehicles to their permit, but only one of those vehicles is allowed on campus at a given time. Vehicles without license plate numbers will need to come to the parking office to obtain a permit. To avoid citations and waiting in lines, come to parking services, or order online, before the semester starts so that your parking needs are already handled before classes start.

Parking Services offers various services to the UVU community in addition to issuing permits and enforcing parking regulations, please visit our Additional Services page for more information

Please look at the Parking Statistics Page if you are looking for parking info, statistics, permit sales numbers, citation numbers, etc (useful for class reports).

Also, if you need a report showing the amount of parking stalls on the UVU campus. This report breaks it all down into stall type and location.