Indiana University employee parking permits for the 2018-19 academic year are now available for renewal or purchase.
Employees can renew or purchase a one-year permit online through the IU Parking Portal; payment can be made via payroll deduction or credit card. Employees with a multiyear permit do not need to take any action. Multiyear permits are good through June 30, 2020, and will auto renew on July 1.
- IU Northwest
Visit the IU Northwest parking page for detailed pricing.
Remember, anyone wishing to purchase a reserved permit will need to visit the Parking Services offices on campus.
- IU South Bend
Visit the IU South Bend parking page for detailed pricing.
- IU Kokomo
Visit the IU Kokomo parking page for detailed pricing.
Visit the IUPUI parking page for detailed pricing.
With summer construction projects in full swing, EM permits are able to park in Barnhill, Sports, Gateway and Blackford (non BG signed spaces) garages. NC permits are also valid any time or day in any surface lot on the main campus. Remember that the normal parking permit rules will be back in effect starting Aug. 13. Stay up to date with construction projects affecting parking by visiting the on the IUPUI Parking and Transportation Services website.
Michigan Street is expected to be open to two-way traffic at the end of June or early July. Be on the lookout for changes to shuttle stops.
- IU East
Visit the IU East parking page for detailed pricing.
Visit the IUPUC parking page for detailed pricing.
The multiyear EM permit option is new this year for employees participating in payroll deduction. The multiyear EM permit will automatically renew July 1, 2019; no need to worry about your permit again until June 2020. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
- IU Bloomington
- IU Southeast
Visit the IU Southeast parking page for detailed pricing.
Employees will need to provide a vehicle license plate number to purchase a permit. Vehicles can be added or removed from an account at any time throughout the academic year, but it isn't necessary for short-term use like renting or borrowing a car.
Beginning June 1, you can use your Crimson Card to pay for your parking fees in the following locations:
IU Bloomington Parking Operations office.
Multispace meter kiosks at IU Bloomington, IUPUI and IU Southeast.
Garages at IU Bloomington and IUPUI.
Traveling between campuses? On IU Parking Operations' Intercampus Parking webpage, select the campus you're visiting, then select the campus your parking permit is from; the site will tell you where to park with your permit on another IU campus. Maps of parking lots and garages for IU campuses are available on the IU Parking Operations website as well.