Welcome to our beautiful campus. We
hope you enjoy your visit.
Year-round, a vehicle must display a
valid permit to park on campus. After 4:30pm there are three lots
that do not require a permit for your evening visit, they are P7A (north of the
Health and Learning Center), P13 (behind Cline library), and P62 (near I-40).
No permit is needed to park on
weekends and university recognized holidays in employee and commuter lots
unless otherwise noted.
There are a number of parking
options provided to our campus visitors. After parking an efficient shuttle
system is available to help travelling across campus.
for the day or just a couple of hours
temporary permits can be purchased at the kiosk located near the entrances to
campus. Permit options are for daily use at $7 or an hourly rate of $1.50 with
a two hour maximum. Parking zone options designated by signage as NC (north
commuter p13) or SC (south commuter p62, p46, p64, p65 or p66). Payment can be
made using Visa, MasterCard and Discover only, no cash.
Kiosk locations are at the entrances
to campus are listed below:
- Riordan Road
parking is located in parking lots near duBois (p45) and the Union (p16)
allowing for hourly parking at a rate of $1.50 with a two hour maximum. Payment
can be made using Visa, MasterCard and Discover only, no cash.
Parking garages -
located on Knoles Drive (96A), and San Francisco Street (96B) allow for both
hourly at a rate of $2 up to four hours or daily parking at a rate of $10.
Payment is made upon exit using Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and JDE only, no
- A $7 day permit may be purchased and printed from home or
office by logging into "Manage My Parking" and selecting
"purchase permit." Print the temporary permit and display
it in its entirely on the passenger side dashboard.
A vehicle displaying a government
license plate does not require a permit when conducting university business.
This does not apply for personal use..
and Department (guest/visitor) parking
University departments may order parking permits for guests. There are two types of permits departmental (valid
for up to three consecutive days) or conference (date and event specific). These
permits are not available for use by current NAU student, staff or faculty.
Anyone performing a construction or
maintenance project on campus is not considered a visitor and must follow all
parking rules and regulations. The contractor must work through their NAU
representative or project manager to assess parking needs that will allow for
parking permits to be issued.
Vendors to campus are required to
display a valid parking permit. Vendor parking needs that cannot be met
utilizing one of the short term options can be discussed by calling out office
at 928-523-6623 where direct need can be assessed.