Parking Information for Students

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Student Parking Information 2017/18

All vehicles parked on Creighton University property are required to display a valid University parking permit.  A valid parking permit consists of a decal that should be affixed to the exterior of the rear window on the driver's side.  If your vehicle does not have a glass rear window, please place the decal on the front windshield, lower corner on the passenger side.

The purchase of a Creighton University parking permit only allows you to search for and occupy a parking space as space is available.  It does not guarantee the availability of a space.  During normal business hours students are required to park in student lots.  However, in the interest of safety, students with valid permits may also park in faculty/staff lots from 4 p.m. to 6 a.m., Monday through Friday, and any time on weekends. Students are not allowed to park in faculty/staff lots during breaks or student holidays.  Students may not purchase a second vehicle permit.

Annual Student Parking Permit Fees for 2017/2018

The annual parking permit fee for students beginning September 1, 2017 through August 31, 2018, will be $348.00.  The 2017/18 permits are valid through August 31, 2018.  Students should apply for a parking permit through their NEST account.  The fee will be applied to the tuition account. 

For students bringing a vehicle to campus later in the year, parking fees are pro-rated as follows:

After Fall Break:                     $261
After Christmas Break:           $174
After Spring Break:                 $ 87

Basic Regulations

Parking rules and regulations are enforced 24 hours per day 7 days a week all year regardless of whether classes are in session.  Vehicles without valid permits, or those in violation of regulations are subject to sanctions. Creating fraudulent decals or placing old parking tickets under windshield wipers in an attempt to avoid another parking citation will be reported to the Center for Student Integrity for disciplinary action.

Garage Parking

Student parking is available on Levels 1 and 2 of the 20th Street Garage, on Levels 2 and 3 of the 24th Street Garage, and on Level 2 of the 30th Street Garage.  University ID cards and parking permits are required to access all garages.

Motorcycle Parking Permits

Motorcycles parked near bicycle racks do not require a permit, however, motorcycles that take up a parking space must display a current permit.

Special Attention Areas

  • Do not park or leave your vehicle unattended in Deglman Circle or in the east drive of the Harper Center.  Those areas are for drop off and pick up only.
  • Do not park in handicapped spaces without a state-issued handicapped permit or license plate.
  • Do not park in or block fire lanes, fire hydrants, gate arms or any garage doors.
  • Do not park on the grass or landscaping.
  • Do not park at any time in spaces reserved for the President, Vice Presidents, Vice Provosts, Deans or Jesuits.

Sanctions

Sanctions for violating University parking rules and regulations include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Fines
  • Holds on University registration and records
  • Vehicle immobilization, towing, or impoundment at the owner's/operator's expense
  • Disciplinary actions
  • Revocation of campus parking privileges

Appeals

Parking citations may be appealed in writing at the Department of Public Safety.  Appeals must be received by the Parking Supervisor within seven days of the date the citation was issued.  There is also an on-line parking appeal form on this web page under "Parking Ticket Appeals." You may also appeal a citation in person at the Public Safety Office between 7 a.m., and 3 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Protect Your Property

Unlocked doors or valuable property left in plain sight invite crime.  Eliminate the opportunity for a crime to occur.  Don't leave keys in your car.  Store valuables in your trunk or take them with you.  Report suspicious individuals to Public Safety by dialing 402-280-2911 or by using a blue light emergency phone.

Questions

If you have questions regarding parking or need assistance, call the Department of Public Safety at 402-280-2104.  We are located at 2222 Burt Street and are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.  We will be happy to assist you.

Additional Student Parking

Construction of the new Dental School has added a challenge to parking. However, there are still many parking spots available in under-utilized areas.

See the map for additional student parking