There are three different F/S permits available: 10-month payroll deductible permits (Valid for only ten months out of the year: August 15 - June 15), Twelve-month payroll deductible permits, and Semester permits. Payroll deduction permits must be obtained in person at Parking & Transportation Services. Daily, Weekly, Monthly & Semester permits may be obtain online. F/S permits are valid only in F/S and Student lots.
Faculty members who have officially retired with "Emeritus" status may obtain a free yearly permit at Parking & Transportation Services with a valid emeritus identification card. The emeritus permit is free unless the individual is participating in “FERP” or is continuing employment. Retired staff of 20 years may receive a free parking permit for up to 12 months unless the individual is an annuitant. The employee must obtain an SDSU ID card from the Aztec Card Office with the appropriate status to obtain the permit through Parking & Transportation Services.
Semester Permit Rates - A new permit is needed for each semester Fall & Spring
- Student & Overnight - $266.00
- Student - $168.00
- Overnight Only - $98.00
- Motorcycle - $36.00
Summer Permit Rates
- Student - $110.00
- Overnight - $65.00
- Motorcycle - $24.00
Pay Stations Costs
- 1 - 4 hours $2 per hour
- 5 or more hours $10
- Overnight $15
- Weekend $25
Pay stations are located at: Parking Information Booth, 3, 6B, 7, 8, 10 and 12.
Section 42201 of Title 5, California Code of Regulations, provides for the waiver of campus parking fees for students with disabilities who have been issued a DMV placard or license plate, and who meet low income requirements. For further information regarding eli-gibility, contact the Student Disability Services Office (Calpulli Center, Room 3101).
Other Permit Cost Information
How do I replace a lost or stolen parking permit?
To guard against theft, carefully follow the instructions on the tab of the permit when affixing the decal to your vehicle. Remember to lock your car doors and windows, as permits are a source of theft. If someone steals your permit, contact Parking & Transportation Services immediately at 619-594-6671 to report the crime. Stolen parking permits will be replaced free-of-charge, provided you have filed a police report with University Police, have demonstrated that your permit was properly displayed, and can show physical evidence that it was in fact stolen.
If you lose your permit, you will be required to purchase a new permit.