Photograph of a student riding longboard on the bike path that runs just south of the CSU Rec Center.

STUDENT

FIND WHAT MOVES YOU. 

You have many options when getting to and around campus.

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Photograph of two men riding opposite directions on campus bike path while sunlight streams between trees.

EMPLOYEE

CHANGE YOUR ROUTE. CHANGE YOUR LIFE.

Your parking benefits include a variety of flexible options to help you drive your personal car less.

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Photograph of woman paying for parking at a "Pay-to-Park" station in the Morgan Library lot.

VISITOR

EXPLORE AND COLLABORATE WITH CSU.

Campus is more community-friendly than ever. Getting here is easy, and enjoying it is easier.

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CONSTRUCTION AND CLOSURE UPDATE

Please reference Source for updated information on all construction, road and parking closures and detours.

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Did you know? State statute dictates that our university parking program pays for itself. Parking and Transportation Services does not receive tax or tuition money. The money collected from permit sales, hourly parking and citation fees pays for all parking costs. These costs include new construction, parking lot and garage maintenance, signs and enforcement, parking operations, parking and transportation infrastructure and alternative transportation options.

Parking on campus is monitored through a virtual permit system that scans your license plate. All vehicles parked on campus must have a valid CSU parking permit or park in designated hourly parking space and pay at a pay station or pay through mobile WayToPark app. Vehicles must be parked so that a valid license plate or temporary registration is clearly visible from the drive lane.