Welcome to the ISU Parking Division
News and Updates
Student permits for the Fall semester will go on sale in July, beginning with returning students, followed by freshman, transfer students and commuters. Check the student permit information tab for specific dates.
You may purchase permits through the Ames Intermodal Facility website and transactions are credit card only. Ames Intermodal Facility permits will NOT be sold through AccessPlus. We will manually process those permit holders who use payroll deductions. Permit rates remain the same and will not increase for the new year.
Faculty and Staff can go online now and renew their permits through AccessPlus. Permit rates will not change for the fiscal year that begins July 1. Departments can renew permits on the Parking website through ISU Departmental Permits.
Parking Office is Now Open 9am-3pm
The parking office front counter is open with new hours 9am-3pm. Procedures have been put into place to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19. Student summer parking permits are available at the front counter.
Barriers have been installed at the counter to protect customers and employees. Marks will be placed on the ground 6 feet apart to aid in social distancing. We encourage you to wear face coverings and practice social distancing while visiting the front counter. For more information about how the university is handling COVID-19, check the COVID-19 Campus Update and Resources page.
Summer Parking Permits
Summer parking permits are currently available for purchase. If you need a permit, please email email@example.com. Include your name, ISU ID and parking lot preference. Your Ubill will be charged and we will email the permit with instructions on how to display it properly.
Fingerprinting has resumed
Fingerprinting has resumed with revised hours. For more information, read our Fingerprinting Update.
Faculty and Staff FAQ's
Can I return my parking permit?
Campus and Memorial Union parking lots remain open. The university has decided to suspend the parking refund policy for faculty and staff during the COVID-19 emergency. This means you cannot receive a prorated refund or stop your payroll deduction for returning parking permits unless you end your employment at the university.