Permits may be purchased through The Permit Store.
After you successfully register online and your permit is approved, you will need to print and display the temporary permit on your vehicle’s dashboard until you receive your permanent one.
If you do not have access to a computer/printer, you can pick up your temporary permit at the Campus Safety Office. The temporary permit is only valid for ten calendar days from the purchase date, and it must be discarded once your permanent permit is received.
Picking up Your Permit
Residential students, Commuter, Professional and Graduate Studies, and College Credit Plus will receive a notification via Hiram email when their permit is ready. Students should then bring their Hiram ID to the campus safety office to pick up their permit during business hours.
- Stadium Lot
- Gelbke Lot
- Terrier Drive East – angled-in parking
- Overlook Lot – small lot on Terrier Drive to the east of Booth/Centennial
- South Quad Lot
- Winrock – spaces facing the softball field
- Tennis Court Lot
- 305 Parking Lot – 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. Monday thru Friday, new
- Bancroft Lot – commuters only from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. daily
Residential students or Commuter students with permits are not allowed to park in the Townhouse Parking Lot or Townhouse Visitor Parking Lot. You must park at the Gelbke Lot or Winrock Lot.
Residential/Townhouse/Commuter/PGS/CCP students are not considered “visitors”. They are not permitted to park in any visitor lots, including 90-minute parking spaces, the Townhouse Visitor Lot, Coleman Sports Center lots, Kennedy Center Visitor Lot, Admission Visitor Spots, etc.
Student-athlete/Coleman Center student workers, student coaches, residential students, Townhouse tenants, College Credit Plus students, Weekend College students, or commuters are not permitted to park in areas designated for faculty/staff and visitors in front of Coleman Center.
FOR QUESTIONS CONCERNING PARKING:
Office of Campus Safety
Kennedy Center, 2nd floor