Regular CSU parking permits are not valid on game days when football games are played at Canvas Stadium.

All CSU parking spaces, including street and hourly spaces, are reserved for game day ticket holders only. Please ensure vehicles are moved by 9 p.m. the night before a home game to avoid citation or towing. Vehicles parked in Moby lots 195 and 197 must repark before 4:00 PM the day before a home football game. 

Please review the Game Day Parking Map to ensure that your vehicle is relocated into one of the correct re-parking lots.

Residence Hall Students

Students who live on campus must move their vehicles as part of the university’s repark program. Please ensure all vehicles are moved to the correct Residence Hall re-park lots by 9:00 p.m. the night before a home game to avoid citation or towing. Vehicles can return to their permitted residence hall lots 4 hours after the game and must do so by the time enforcement resumes the following Monday morning. The student re-park map will be available for all Residence Hall students as we get closer to the start of the College Football regular season, and information on all game day regulations can be found on the general Football Game Day site. 

Faculty, Staff, and Student Employees

Faculty, staff and student employees who need to be on campus on game days must have a special gameday parking pass or arrange alternative transportation to campus. Special game day parking passes must be requested in advance from your college dean, department chair, unit head or supervisor.

Attending Games

Faculty, staff, and students who wish to attend the game and park on campus must pre-purchase (no day-of-game sales) a single game or season pass parking permit through Athletics.  Find out more information on how to acquire valid parking for attending home football games.