All faculty, staff, and students with a vehicle on campus between the hours of 6am-4pm Monday through Friday during the traditional undergraduate academic sessions must have a parking permit. Permits are renewed annually. There are three types of parking permits:
- Commuter: For students who do not live on campus. Students in the College of Professional Studies should order a permit if they are going to be on campus during the hours of enforcement. Cost is $60.
- Residential: For students who live on campus. The premium permits have been discontinued. Cost is $120.
- Staff/Faculty: For employees of the university including graduate assistants.
*Visitors must obtain a temporary permit in advance or from the front desk of the building they are visiting and then place the permit in the designated location after which you may park in any C designated lots. More information is listed below.
There is a $5.95 fulfillment fee for all student permits and any additional permits for employees after their first one.
Parking permit applications are approved by the Student Services department and issued by The Permit Store. Temporary permits are issued as needed by the main desk in each building for visitors. A new parking permit is required for all faculty, staff, students, and contract employees at the Fort Wayne campus each academic year. Permits may be purchased beginning July 1 each year. If you have a valid permit but are driving a rental vehicle, you will need a temporary permit from the office of student affairs.
If a permit is lost or stolen you are required to report the loss and apply for a replacement online. Any cost for the replacement permit will be explained at the time of application.
All parking permits will be distributed to the address you indicate at the time of applying. Be sure to take into consideration whether to have your permit sent to your summer home address or your university address. Temporary permits (valid for 30 days from approval date) may be printed once your application is approved if needed and then displayed in your windshield until your permanent permit arrives. If driving a car temporarily due to rental, loan, or repairs, you are required to obtain a short term permit from the student affairs office which will be issued at no charge upon verification of a valid current permit.
At no time should students or employees park in any reserved or visitor space.
Beginning the fall 2017 semester, all visitors on campus during the designated hours of enforcement mentioned above will need to obtain a temporary permit. Temporary permits may be emailed to you in advance or obtained from the main desk of the building you are visiting when you arrive. Visitors to residence hall buildings during those times may obtain a permit from the office of student affairs in the Andorfer Commons. Visitor permits allow for parking in any C designated parking lots as shown on the Campus Map.
Terms and conditions
Please be sure you have read and understand the terms and conditions below before applying for a parking permit. You will be asked to acknowledge and agree to them before you are able to complete your parking permit registration form.
Indiana Tech shall assume no liability or responsibility for theft, damage, or loss that may occur during use of parking facilities or services. Individuals choosing to park at Indiana Tech do so at their own risk. If you accept a permit under false pretenses you will be subject to citation and/or removal of privileges. Permit fees are non-refundable regardless of enrollment or employment status.
All parking permits are issued by the authority of Indiana Tech and remain the sole property of Indiana Tech. Applicants may purchase only permits designated and assigned to their user category and some may include quantity limits.
For information concerning the specifics of Indiana Tech parking permits (i.e. eligibility, classification, rules, and regulations) contact Student Affairs at 260.422.5561, ext. 2443 or ext. 2234.
- Annual permits must be fully affixed to the front window in the lower corner farthest removed from the driver’s position. This location is the passenger side, front windshield, in the lower right corner.
- Permits should be clearly displayed and visible in its entirety.
- If the face of the annual permit becomes dirty, the permit may be washed with soap and water. Let the permit dry naturally for 5 minutes before reapplying.
- Permits are non-transferable to another party and valid only on vehicles to which they are assigned. Additional vehicles may be registered to the same permit but the permit must be displayed in the vehicle when parked on campus.
- Lost or stolen permits must be reported by contacting Student Affairs.
Upon completion of your application, your enrollment or employment status with the university will be verified as well as the address you submit. Permits are mailed to you based on the address you submit. If the address does not match what is currently in our database, you may be asked to submit a change of address to the university. The only exception is if you are an on-campus student and have the permit mailed to your residential address.
While driving on any university owned or managed property, individuals must comply with all vehicle laws of the state of Indiana, ordinances of Allen County, and Indiana Tech regulations. Unauthorized motor vehicles are prohibited on any surface not designated as a road or driveway and violators will be cited. If necessary, Indiana Tech reserves the right to revoke parking privileges.
I certify that I have read and understood the above statements. I accept the responsibility to comply with all of Indiana Tech Rules and Regulations, all of which are subject to change without notice. I acknowledge that I will be held accountable for my actions and I understand that non-compliance may result in a citation, forfeiture of parking privileges, and/or impoundment of my vehicle(s).