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Parking at St. Norbert College

  • All students must register their vehicles annually. 

  • All permits are sold on a first come first serve basis.  

2024/25 school year parking permit registration begins in mid-July. Students will receive an email before registration begins with parking permit information. 

Your registration date is based on your class standing and the permit available to you is based on your housing status.*
You can register on the date your registration opens and anytime after. Please register as soon as possible, and before you arrive on campus for the fall semester.
All permits are sold on a first come first serve basis. Parking permits will be waitlisted when we meet capacity.
Registration Opens:
Monday, July 15 - Seniors
Wednesday, July 17 - Juniors
Monday, July 22 - Sophomores
Wednesday, July 24 - Freshman
* Your housing, on campus or off campus, must be finalized with REH before you register for a parking permit. Commuters must have a local address on file with the Residential Education and Housing office. 

* If you have a housing change between any of these types
, to be offered the correct parking permit, you must wait for the Residential Education and Housing office to finalize your housing change before requesting a parking permit. 

Parking Permit Registration

Registration Instructions:
Have your vehicle information ready (make, model, color, plate # & plate state) and log into the Parking Portal with your SNC login. Select the permit icon at the top to request a permit and follow the on-screen instructions. Make sure to check out once the permit is in your cart. ;-)
Following this link to access the parking portal:
Parking Portal - Parking Permit Registration
Students only register ONE vehicle through the Online Parking Portal to avoid being charged for multiple permits.
To register a secondary vehicle,
  - Enter your secondary vehicle information into the parking portal &
  - Email your vehicle information (make, model, color, license plate # & license state) to the parking office at parking@snc.edu. Second vehicle permits are issued at no charge. The permit(s) may not be used by another person and only one vehicle is allowed on campus at a time. Violations are subject to a $50 fine plus revocation of parking privileges.

can register all their vehicles through the parking portal. 
Each vehicle's parking permit must be requested and checked out separately.

If you have any issues logging in, contact ITS Service Desk at (920)403-4040 or email ITS Service Desk. If you have any questions about parking permits or issues with registering for a permit email me at parking@snc.edu.

Additional Information About Parking Permits:

~  For those students studying abroad or graduating in December:
  • If you are studying abroad fall semester DO NOT register your vehicle now. You will be given the opportunity to register for a parking permit two weeks before classes begin for the spring semester. 
  • If you are either graduating in December or studying abroad spring semester, you will need to request an annual parking permit now. After the fall semester and before you leave, you must return your parking permit to the parking office. Once received, your account will be credited with a prorated refund. 

Overnight Parking Programs: The parking office has semester-long parking programs set up for students with an off-campus internship, student teaching, athletic requirements or job, etc. to be able to use specific commuter lots for overnight parking. Vehicles granted into the program must be removed from the lot by 7:30 a.m. and not returned until after 3:30 p.m. Any vehicle that remains after 7:30 a.m. will be issued a Not Parked in Assigned Lot ($20) ticket. The programs have a strict set of rules and guidelines that MUST be followed in order for the programs to continue. For more information about the available programs and to be considered for a program, email your interest to the parking office at parking@snc.eduStudents who park in the commuter lots after 2 a.m. and are NOT part of a specific program will be ticketed for No Overnight Parking ($50).

Parking Regulations and Policies
A detailed description of the official parking policies and regulations of St. Norbert College.

Campus Parking Lots
Be aware of all the parking lots on campus and where faculty, staff, students, and visitors of St. Norbert College should park.

Parking Permits
All vehicles driven to campus by faculty, staff, and students during the year need to be registered with the college. 

Parking Violations and Appeals
Please be aware of the parking violations enacted by the college. If you were wrongly ticketed, you may complete an appeal form.

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