Guests may use the Morris University Center lot (Lot B) or metered spaces. Other lots may also be used if special arrangements have been made with Parking Services or Conferences and Institutes. Hours for enforcement in Lot B are 8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. on Friday. Enforcement ends at 4:30 p.m. each evening when classes are not in session.
Lot C (metered lot behind Rendleman Hall) has a two (2) hour daily limit. Individuals who leave vehicles parked in the lot for more than two hours will be subject to fines. Citations are issued even if the parking meter shows time available. This time limit does not apply to vehicles appropriately parked in parking spaces for persons with disabilities. The time limit also does not apply in Lot C after 4:30 P.M., Monday-Friday. Parking Service Agents will continue to ticket for meter violations after 4:30 P.M., Monday-Thursday, however.
There is open parking in all non-residential permit-required lots after 8:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, after 4:30 p.m. on Friday, and all day Saturday and Sunday.
Cougar Village overnight guests will be allowed to park in residential parking spaces at Cougar Village with appropriate overnight guest passes issued in accordance with University Housing's Overnight Guest Policy. Daytime guests may register at the Commons Building for parking permits good for a maximum of four (4) hours which allow them to park in residential parking spaces.
NOTE: If you have a red, green, blue, orange, brown or yellow (RH) permit on your car, you are a visitor at Cougar Village. These permits are honored in Lot 5A or 4A at Cougar Village. No additional permits are required unless you plan to stay overnight.
Woodland, Prairie, Bluff or Evergreen Hall visitors may park their vehicles in Lot B or Lot C (two-hour daily time limit) or at the meters near the halls. Daytime guests may register at the front desks of the residence halls for parking permits good for a maximum of four (4) hours. These guests may park in residential parking spaces in Lots WH, PH, BH or EH with these permits. An overnight guest may obtain a pass to park a vehicle in Lots WH, PH, BH or EH when the sponsor resident completes the University Housing Overnight Guest Form and receives appropriate approval.
Service permits are available to vendors who have service contracts with SIU Edwardsville requiring them to make recurring trips to and from the University. Each of these vendors must submit a letter annually, on company stationery, through the appropriate company official to Parking Services. If requests are approved, recipients are entitled to park in University vehicle spaces or in regular spaces in any required lot, but may not use meters without paying. Individuals who wish to park in Lot C (metered lot behind Rendleman Hall), but who cannot find an available University vehicle space, should go to Lot B where they may park at no charge. Lot C has a two hour daily time limit at the meters and in the service vehicle area.
Signs owned by Parking Services are to be used only in support of parking activity as it relates to construction or events held on campus. The fee for setup of the electronic signs is $50.00 per sign. Please note that the electronic signs are one-sided. The fee for the permanent signs is $25.00 per sign.
No parking will be permitted in the tunnel between Rendleman Hall and the Morris University Center.
Occupied vehicles are permitted to stop along Hairpin Drive in designated areas for the sole purpose of dropping off and/or picking up riders. Parking, even when the vehicle is occupied, is not permitted and will result in a fine being issued. The exception is the area reserved for prospective students and their parents as long as they have the appropriate permits from the Office of Admissions. Buses used to transport visitors to an event on campus may be unloaded and loaded on Hairpin Drive, then parked in Lot 10 unless other arrangements have been made with Parking Services.
Families with Cougar Lake Pool memberships will be issued Lot 10 hangtags by Campus Recreation.
The University will not ticket any State of Illinois or university vehicle unless it is parked inappropriately in a space for persons with disabilities, a fire lane or otherwise obstructing traffic. No additional SIU Edwardsville permit is necessary.