Parking on campus
Students, faculty and staff may purchase annual permits. Sun Devils who choose not to purchase a permit, as well as campus visitors, may use various daily and hourly parking options. View the news webpage and follow us on X (Twitter) for updates about parking availability and events that may affect your route to campus.
ASU encourages the use of sustainable transportation through discounts and services, such as Bike, Campus Shuttles and Public Transit on light rail and Valley Metro Buses. For more information on the ASU Trip Reduction Plan, call Parking and Transit Services at 480-965-6124. Visit Maricopa County's Travel Reduction Program webpage for additional information.
PTS understands ASU students may want the film in a parking garage or lot for a class project. You must request approval to film in any ASU parking garage or lot.
Departments planning an event should visit the Department and Vendor webpage for parking options.
Visit daily and hourly parking for parking locations and rates.
Please enjoy complimentary parking during graduation at the following locations:
- Tempe campus.
Parking is not allowed in residence hall lots, reserved stalls and other restricted locations where special permits are required, including red, green and yellow curbs.
PTS assists groups and organizations with parking for events held on an ASU campus.
If planning an event on an ASU campus, email PTS and include:
- Campus where the event takes place.
- Dates needed for parking.
- Event name.
- Number of spaces needed.
- Organization name.
- Primary contact email address, name and phone number.
If your vehicle was towed, visit a Parking and Transit Services office during regular business hours for payment and tow release forms prior to going to the tow company. After 4:30 p.m., contact the Tempe campus PTS dispatch at 480-965-0641 for assistance.
By authority Section 15-1627, Arizona Revised Statutes, as amended, the Associate Vice President of Administration has general responsibility for approving and adopting the following rules and regulations for the control of vehicles on all property owned and/or managed by Arizona State University. The Arizona Board of Regents intends that ASU Parking and Transit Services shall be financially self-supporting through receipt of fees from all persons who park at ASU. All revenue received from permit sales, visitor parking fees and citation payments are reinvested back into the Parking and Transit Services budget to fund the campus shuttle services, the subsidized transit passes, parking facility maintenance and other university initiatives. No tuition funds are used for PTS options.
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