NEW! at Parking Services
Now you can save time and renew online! Parking Permits for the 2018-2019 Academic Year are now available. Learn how to renew online here. Permit pickup at our office or a satellite location is still required.
We will be available at several different locations on both CSU's main and RiverPark campuses this summer.
August 15 – Main Campus Orientation on the REC Center track – 8-8:45am
August 15 – Dual Enrollment Orientation in Davidson 256 – 5:30-7pm
August 16-17 – Main Campus Move-In Days – extended office hours – 8am-6pm
August 18 – Main Campus Move-In Days – special Saturday hours – 10am-6pm
August 22 – RiverPark Wednesdays – *online pickups and check or money order only* – Frank Brown Hall Lobby
August 29 – RiverPark Wednesdays – *online pickups and check or money order only* – Rankin Lobby
September 5 - RiverPark Wednesdays – *online pickups and check or money order only* – Corn Center Main Lobby
Parking Services Office
Parking Services is located on the first floor of Illges Hall.
We are open Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm.
All parking policies can be found in the Parking Code.
For additional questions, please contact Parking Services at email@example.com or 706-507-8203.
Additional maps of and directions to campus can be found on our Maps & Directions page.
Parking Policy Implementation
Columbus State University continually strives to improve safety and security on campus for our students, faculty, staff, and visitors. We also look for ways to assess our processes to see if adjustments are needed for improvement. In order to improve campus security and provide additional university police officers on campus, we are implementing a new parking system for students, faculty, and staff that will include a new parking office and a decal fee.
The annual cost of the parking permits will be $45 for students, $90 for faculty/staff, and $180 for reserved parking decals. Hang tag fees are payable by check, credit card, or money order only.
Please note that after July 5, 2017, every vehicle that parks on campus will be required to display a valid CSU parking permit or visitor's pass. Visitor parking spaces will be monitored to prevent students, faculty, and staff from parking in these reserved spaces. The parking permit requirement also includes parking in all university owned lots, decks, and parking spaces on CSU's RiverPark campus.
TIP: Bring your vehicle registration with you. The information on the registration card will help answer some of the questions we ask.
Departments requesting visitor passes should e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. We will respond within 2 business days. Vehicle information including the make, model, color, and license plate information is required to issue visitor parking passes.