How to Register a Vehicle for On-Campus UseAll motorized vehicles parked at any time on campus by students, employees, visitors and service vehicles must be properly registered and display the proper parking permit (including rental vehicles). Parking permits are static cling - which means they can move from vehicles. Permit owners will be held responsible for citations issued to vehicles displaying obtained permit (static cling or temporary permits).
A motor vehicle may be registered by the owner or primary operator of the vehicle by one of the following methods
- applying for a parking permit in person at the Parking & Transportation Department, paying the appropriate fee there, and picking up the permit.
- selecting the "Parking Permit" option during the automated pre-registration process. The charge for the permit will be added to your student fees. If this method is used, the parking permit may be picked up at the Parking & Transportation Department, or mailed.
- complete the Vehicle Permit Registration section in the parking online portal on the Parking & Transportation web pages. You may select for the permit to be mailed to you or to pick it up in our office.
- VSU full-time employees have the option to use payroll deduction when purchasing a permit during the Fall or Spring Semester (or by check, cash, credit card). Policy of Financial Good Standing indicates that if for any reason employment ends, any and all debts with the University will be deducted from the final paycheck.
Each motor vehicle must be registered no later than the first week of classes of the initial semester it is to be operated on campus.
Only operators of motor vehicles who have a valid driver's license and proper motor vehicle insurance may operate a motor vehicle on the VSU campus.
Please notify Parking & Transportation the next business day of any change in ownership or license tag number of any vehicle registered for operation on campus or you may update your vehicle registration on our web pages.