Permits are registered to the individual and not to the vehicle. Individuals can register up to 5 vehicles through the IU Parking Portal. Permits are to hang from the rear view mirror and hang facing the windshield (outward).
Indiana University East will eliminate parking permit fees for students beginning fall 2022. Everyone at IU East is committed to helping you reach your educational goals. With inflation and the higher cost of gas, we hope this helps lower any financial challenges you may be experiencing related to being a student.
Please note that you will need to continue to register your vehicle through the IU Parking Portal. Registration of vehicles must be completed by the end of the first week of classes (August 26, 2022) so that we know the cars parked on our lots belong to students.
In addition, existing parking rules and regulations will remain unchanged and citations will still be issued for violations.
These permits are valid for 4 years and may be paid for by payroll deduction, cash or check.
Please note if you’re a current employee with payroll deduction there is nothing to do for the next fiscal year.
Parking fee rate changes for employees are effective on July 1st of each year.
Permits are purchased by using the IU Parking Portal.
Permits will be mailed to you at the address on file in 3-5 business days. Please print your receipt from the IU Parking Portal to be used as a temporary permit until you receive your hang tag in the mail
Faculty/Staff permits are valid on all IU campuses.
Note: Parking rates will be reduced 50% effective September 2022 through the remainder of the fiscal year.
|Faculty / Staff per Year||July 2022 - June 2023|
|$35,000 - $59,999||$124.44|
|$60,000 - $99,999||$151.98|
|$100,000 and above||$179.52|
|Part-time Employees||July 2022 - June 2023|
|Adjunct Faculty per semester Fall/Spring||$40.80|
|Hourly Employee per semester Fall/Spring||$40.80|
|Adjunct Faculty per semester Summer||$16.32|
|Hourly Employee per semester Summer||$16.32|
Motorcycle permits (stickers) are $5.00 with a regular purchased permit and can be purchased at the Bursar office.
Indiana University East is in compliance with all federal and state ADA laws concerning accessible/disabled parking.
Accessible/disabled parking areas are located in Tom Raper and Whitewater parking lots, at the rear of Hayes Hall and near the main entrance to Springwood Hall. In addition, accessible/disabled spaces for visitors are provided on Whitewater Circle Drive. These parking spaces are designated for 2 hour parking only.
Faculty, staff, and students possessing an official state issued accessible/disabled parking plate/placard must also obtain an IU accessible parking permit. Faculty and staff can do so through the IU Parking Portal. Students requesting a accessible/disabled parking permit for the semester must do so through the Office of Accessibility Services.
Temporary Accessible/Disabled Parking Permits
All requests for temporary accessible/disabled parking permits must be directed to the Human Resources Department. IU accessible/disabled permits are valid only on IU property and when the disabled person occupies the vehicle.
Bicycles do not require a permit. Do not ride on sidewalks. Sidewalks are restricted to pedestrian traffic.
Bicycle racks are located at the front entrance to Whitewater and Tom Raper Hall. A rack for Springwood Hall is located on the circle at the north end of Springwood Hall. Mopeds and bicycles are not to be chained to any post, tree or building on campus. Violators are subject to arrest and their vehicle impounded by the IUPD-East.
Mopeds are not to be parked within 25 feet of any building, use designated motorcycle parking or a parking space if motorcycle parking is full.
Moving and parking violations are enforced by IUPD-East at all times in a fair and impartial manner. Parking in restricted areas, loading zones, yellow curb, off pavement or on the grass is prohibited. Vehicles must be parked in the provided space-one space/one vehicle, no overlapping. General parking (with permit) is permitted in Whitewater, Tom Raper and Springwood Hall parking lots. Accessible/disabled and 30 minute parking is permitted at the rear of Hayes Hall, no general (with permit) parking is provided in this lot.
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