It is required that all employee (EM) and student (ST) parking permits be purchased online. To purchase a permit, please visit parking.iu.edu, select the permits menu and login with your IU network ID and passphrase. Available permit types and rate information will populate based on your university status (i.e. faculty, staff, student). It is a requirement that you provide at least one license plate number to complete your transaction, so please make sure you have it on hand.
Please note, if you need a disabled parking permit, additional documentation is required (see below). Disabled permits are available for purchase in the University Police Department during office hours. If you need to make other accommodations to pick up your disabled permit, please contact us by email at email@example.com.
Motorcycle permits are sold in addition to an EM or ST car permit. Please visit the University Police Department during office hours if you'd like to purchase one.
COVID-19 University Police Department Office Hours
July 6, 2020 – July 31, 2020: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
August 1, 2020 – August 31, 2020: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Monday through Thursday.
August 24, 2020 – November 19, 2020: 7:00 am – 3:00 pm Monday through Friday.
November 20, 2020 – December 31, 2020: No open office hours. We may be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 1, 2021 – February 7, 2021: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
February 8, 2021: 7:00 am – 3:00 pm Monday through Friday.
*Please note, police officers are on campus and available for assistance 24/7. These office hours only apply to administrative/office staff. Please call 812-941-2400 for police assistance outside of posted office hours.
*Posted hours are subject to change.
Student Parking (ST permit)
All IU Southeast students are eligible to purchase a ST parking permit. These permits give students access to all parking areas marked with red “Student Parking Permit” signs. Students must display a valid “ST” permit in their vehicle.
ST Semester Permit - $47.00
Annual ST Permit (3 terms) - $99.40
Faculty/Staff Parking (EM Permit)
Faculty/Staff parking areas are marked with EM signs and are restricted to those vehicles displaying a valid “EM” permit. All full and part-time staff and faculty are eligible to purchase a EM parking permit.
Faculty/Staff Annual Permit - based on salary band
|Annual Salary||Permit Price|
|$35,000 - $59,999||$98.30|
|$60,000 - $99,999||$119.00|
|Adjunct Faculty Semester||$31.10|
|Adjunct Faculty Annual||$65.20|
Disabled Parking (D Permit)
Disabled parking spaces are clearly designated. Vehicles parking in these areas must display a valid IU Southeast “D” permit. In the event all Handicapped parking spaces are occupied, this permit also allows parking in either the EM or ST parking areas.
To obtain a IU Southeast D permit bring into the University Police Office (UC 027) a copy of your handicap registration with picture ID, a completed state of Indiana “Application for Disability Parking Placard or Disability Plate-State Form 42070” including signature by a certified Indiana physician or a state handicap placard with registration and picture ID.
Motorcycle parking permits are available at the University Police Office. Motorcycles are not allowed to use the regular hanging parking permit.
Motorcycle Semester Permit - $10.00
Annual Motorcycle Permit - $20.00
Temporary permits are available by the day or week. The permit dispensers in the parking lots offer daily permits. Daily and weekly permits may also be purchased at the University Police Office.
Temporary permits allow you to park in the ST zone anytime or the EM zone after 6 p.m. and weekends. It is not valid for meters.
Visitor parking areas (meters) are located in the Evergreen East and West, and Dogwood parking lots. These spaces are not to be utilized by faculty, staff or students who have a semester or annual permit displayed.
Daily Permit - $2.00 - 2 hours or $5.00 - 12 hours
Purchase Your Permit
Appeal Form for Parking Violations
After the appeal form has been submitted, it will be read by the Student Traffic Appeals Board. The board meets through an online system and votes whether to approve or deny an appeal. You will be notified by email on the results of your appeal.
It is your responsibility to be aware of the parking/traffic regulations of Indiana University Southeast. They are provided for your convenience and safety and to expedite the flow of traffic.