Sometimes you just have to do it. We get it, people have families, work, awkward commutes, all kinds of reasons they just have to drive to school and back. Parking’s a little difficult at the Law School but there are plenty of spots. See the carpool map for where you can park. (L&C enforces a strict ‘no parking on random streets around campus’ policy – so that folks in the neighborhood aren’t overwhelmed by students trying to get around having to pay to park. See here for neighborhood parking enforcement boundaries.
See below for updated procedures on how to apply for a parking permit:
Lewis & Clark Parking Services has upgraded to a new parking management system for the upcoming school year. All parking permits, daily passes, and bus passes must be purchased through the online system. Additionally, you will have the ability to review, appeal, and pay citations using the online system.
Lewis & Clark is currently accepting applications for 2014-2015 parking permits.
1. Visit the Transportation and Parking web page
Parking Passes will be mailed to your student mailbox.
Reminder: if you plan to drive regularly, you should get a parking pass. A daily pass (“Oops, I’m late, missed my bus and have to drive!”) costs $4/day. All passes must be displayed on your front dashboard. Daily passes can be purchased from machines in the Law School parking lots and from the receptionist at school. The machine takes $1 and $5 bills. If you buy a semester pass, you need to register your vehicle. Go to Business Services for more information (top floor of the LRC).
For more info on parking permits, forms, rules and costs, click here.