2018-2019 Permits are available at the Parking Office at 1006. W. Hall of Fame.

 

Parking During Summer Sessions

Starting May 13, all student lots will be considered overflow. You must still have a valid permit to park. Staff/faculty and all garages are still enforced. Park and Ride permit holders are permitted to park in lots 109, 109A, 109B, 109C during the summer session no overnight parking allowed.

Speaking of garages. Monroe parking garage will be offering car storage for $27.00 a month, on the forth floor. If you are leaving your car on campus while traveling this summer, and want a secure spot to park, come by 1006 W Hall of Fame to purchase your spot.

In addition to the information above, Bicycle permits expire May 31st. 2019 Bicycle permits are available online beginning May 1st. Prior to registering your bicycle, you are required to review a safety guideline tutorial and take a Bike Safety Quiz, regardless if you have completed it in the past or not. Once you have completed the quiz, you may register your bicycle through our permit purchasing process at parking.okstate.edu.

Also our Annual Unclaimed Property and Bike Auction is canceled for August 24, 2019. Next auction will be scheduled for August 2020. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Campus Rules and Guidelines for E-Scooter Operation

Those who utilize electric scooters must operate them according to campus rules and regulations

  • Scooters may only be operated in areas where bicycle traffic is allowed.
  • Scooters should be operated at a low speed in the presence of pedestrians and pedestrians always have the right of way.
  • Scooters should be parked in designated scooter parking spaces/areas only.

For personal scooters please see page 64 of the Rules and Regulations Handbook.

Scooter Safety:

  • Scooters can provide an important tool especially in bridging the last mile of commutes to campus. For the university community to profit from this benefit requires the safe operation and parking of all scooters on campus.
  • Scooters should be operated at a low speed on campus at all times. Campus has very heavy pedestrian traffic, so it is imperative to operate slowly and always yield the right of way to pedestrians.
  • Scooters are responsible for following all the rules of the road. This includes, but is not limited to, stopping at stop signs and stop lights, yielding, and following the speed limit.

If you are unfamiliar with scooter operations, take time to look at operation and safety information provided by SPIN.

  • Scooters can start very quickly for those unfamiliar, so start off slowly to keep the scooter from running out from under you.
  • Be mindful of your surroundings. Scooters are meant for single riders only.
  • Don’t wear earbuds when operating a scooter.
  • Keep both hands on the scooter handle bar at all times.
  • Consider protective gear as well such wrist guards, knee pads, helmet and elbow pads.
  • Don’t operate a scooter while impaired.
  • Use caution in pathways that cross.
  • Follow all Oklahoma State University parking rules.

Parking Rules and Regulations Handbook

VISITOR POLICY CHANGE - All visitors to the university will pay $1.00 permit per day Monday - Friday.
A valid permit is required to park on campus 5:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Friday. Office hours are M-F 7:30am to 5:30pm.

A PDF version of the handbook is available for download at Parking Rules and Regulations handbook.

No inclement weather parking

No inclement weather parking in the 4th Avenue Garage, Monroe Street Garage, or Wentz Lane Garage without designated garage permit. Hourly parking is available with pay stations located on level one.

Unclaimed Property and Bike Auction

Oklahoma State University's Unclaimed Property and Bike Auction is canceled for August 24, 2019. Next auction will be scheduled for August 2020. We apologize for any inconvenience.