Colorado State University provides parking permit options for electric vehicles.

CSU has taken the Department of Energy’s workplace charging challenge pledge to offer 18 electric vehicle chargers at seven on-campus stations.

See a map of charger locations

  • Between Durward Hall and Laurel Village, along Laurel Street.
  • Between Scott Bioengineering and Rockwell West.
  • At University Services Center on Laurel and Meldrum Streets.
  • At Powerhouse Energy Campus at 430 N. College Ave.
  • At Facilities Services South parking lot on Lake Street and East Drive.
  • First floor of the Lake Street Garage at Lake Street between Prospect Road and Center Avenue.
  • Each floor of the South College Garage at Pitkin Street between College Ave and Mason Street.
  • Research Boulevard parking lot directly west of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital.

These free charging stations are available to all employees and visitors who have a Chargepoint card and a valid Parking and Transportation Services monthly or annual parking permit.  To register a qualified Electric Vehicle, please visit our office on the ground floor of the Lake St. Garage with your vehicle registration for verification. 

  • Charger use is free.
  • Charging (and parking in a charging space) is limited to four hours.
  • All electric vehicles must have a valid CSU parking permit including daily or hourly permits.
  • To park in a designated electric vehicle space or to charge on campus, all users must register their campus parking permit as an electric vehicle permit.
  • All electric vehicles must have a visible electric vehicle designation sticker from the state.
  • Chargepoint chargers require a Chargepoint card. Parking and Transportation Services will outline details regarding your specific vehicle when you come in to register your electric vehicle permit.

View our higher education electric vehicle charging webinar