In anticipation of plans for the upcoming semester and academic year, UNO Parking and Transit Services have announced important parking permit information for 2021-2022 including that parking permits are now available for purchase
NOTE: All 2020-2021 permits will no longer be valid to park on the UNO campus effective Monday, Aug. 23.
How to Purchase Your Permit
Students, faculty, and staff are able to choose from a variety of permit options to meet their needs. Permits will be available to purchase through MavPARK.
To log into MavPARK, you will need your general UNO login information, which includes a NetID and password (what you use to sign into your UNO email). If you have not signed up for a permit through MavPARK in the past or have a different vehicle you would like to register through MavPARK, please have your vehicle’s make, model, license plate number, and VIN number available.
Permit and Lot Adjustments
As we all embrace and adjust to what campus operations will look like this fall, and beyond,UNO Parking and Transit Services is preparing to meet the needs of a campus supporting pre-COVID levels of campus traffic. This means that the temporary campus parking policies implemented during remote operations will no longer be in effect this fall.
- Cost: Parking permit costs will return to 2019-2020 rates. Please note that 2019-2020 permit rates were also the same rates as those in 2018-2019 and 2017-2018.
- Lot Restrictions: There will be designated commuter student; resident student; and faculty/staff lots that will require valid permits at designated posted times.
All annual or prorated 2020-2021 permits are expired as of Saturday, July 31. From Sunday, Aug. 1, through Sunday, Aug. 22, all general use stalls will be open for parking regardless of permit or permit type. Enforcement of all 2021-2022 permits will go into effect beginning Monday, Aug. 23, at the start of the Fall 2021 semester.
Updates and Resources
In addition to the return of pre-COVID parking permit and shuttle policies, several updates have been made to existing policies to help add more flexibility and options for everyone needing to access campus.
Information on these changes, permit rates, permit types, ways to pay for parking, updates to campus maps, and more can be found on the Parking and Transit Services website:
- Permit Types
- Permit Costs
- Parking Regulations
- Parking Garage Information
- Open Parking Information
- Shuttle Information
- Campus Parking Maps
Discover the Many Ways to Get to Campus
A variety of sustainable options exist for commuting to, from, and between UNO campuses. Using these methods reduces traffic and parking congestion, saves money, and is better for the environment.
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