In order for students to utilize the on-campus parking lots of North Central College, they must first obtain a valid academic year parking permit from the Department of Campus Safety. Without a valid parking permit, a citation may be issued for failure to display a permit.
Types of Parking Permits
Parking Permits are made available to students in differing colors, shapes, as well as prices, in accordance with their individual parking needs. Whether a student is a commuter, a graduate, a resident, or even a first-year resident, each of these factors determines the type of permit that may be purchased by the student. The type of permit which is issued to the student determines which parking lots the student may utilize, whether resident or commuter.
|Commuter Parking Permits|
|Commuter parking permits are available to students who are commuting to campus. Although there is an abundance of street parking available around campus, street parking spaces restrict parking to 4 hours, and the commuter parking lots are situated closest to the buildings in which a student will be taking classes. Please note that commuter permits are not valid for overnight parking in any campus parking lots.|
|Resident Parking Permits|
|Resident parking permits are available to students who live on campus. Resident parking permits provide students the authorization to park in any designated resident parking lot throughout Campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week unless otherwise noted by the Department of Campus Safety.|
|Remote Lot Parking Permits|
|Required for first-year resident students desiring to bring a vehicle to campus, the Remote Lot is also available to any sophomore, junior, and senior status residents wishing to save money while having a vehicle accessible to them at a short distance away. The Remote Lot is located at 1155 Aurora Avenue, Naperville, IL 60540. Vehicles bearing a remote lot parking permit are not permitted to park in a campus lot at any time.|
|Graduate Parking Permits|
Graduate permits are provided free of charge to graduate degree seeking students. This permit authorizes the graduate student to utilize the designated commuter parking lots after 5:00PM. Parking on campus before 5:00PM may result in the issuance of a citation.
Graduate Assistant Parking Permits
Graduate Assistants are eligible to receive a supplementary parking permit authorizing the use of Faculty/Staff & Student parking lots during regular business hours. Please visit the Department of Campus Safety to receive your supplementary parking permit.
|Temporary Parking Permits|
Temporary permits for students may be obtained from the Department of Campus Safety, and are valid for up to seven days within one academic term. Temporary permits are issued for the student who has purchased a new vehicle and does not yet have license plates, a student who will be using another vehicle for a short period of time, a student's visitor, or a student temporarily bringing their vehicle to campus. Temporary permits must be visibly displayed on the vehicle in the upper left corner of the rear window.
For more information, you can contact the Office of Transportation at 630-637-5664 during regular business hours (8:00AM-5:00PM). If you require immediate assistance, please contact Campus Safety at 630-637-5911.