Graduate student year-round commuter parking passes and January intensive courses
Graduate students who are attending a January intensive course or who may be visiting campus during the traditional academic year may obtain a commuter student parking permit free of charge. In order to obtain a permit, students need to register their vehicles at the Falcon Exchange, which is also your one-stop shop while you are on campus for student ID cards and cash/counter operations. The Falcon Exchange is located next to the Lottie Nelson Dining Hall on the second floor of the Eisenhower Campus Center.
Graduate students are issued a commuter student parking permit and assigned to the Starry Field Parking Lot during normal business hours (7 a.m.-5 p.m.). After 5 p.m., graduate students are permitted to park in the Murray Library Lot, but they must remove their vehicles from this area by the time the library closes in the evening. Commuter parking permits are valid from July 1 - June 30. View campus parking map.
Graduate student parking during summer intensive courses
Graduate students attending summer intensive courses are permitted to park on campus without obtaining a parking sticker/hang tag. However, students should not park in designated employee parking areas or in areas specifically marked for service vehicles. Students may park behind Boyer Hall, in the spaces running parallel to the railroad tracks, or in the Starry Field Parking Lot. View campus parking map.
Any questions concerning parking can be directed to Amy Davis, Aldavis@messiah.edu