See our Student Parking Guide for more information
RESIDENT STUDENTS — PERMITS ARE AVAILABLE FOR SALE ONLINE
All permits will be mailed to your permanent address. Permits are required by the first day of classes. During the first three days of classes, if you do not yet have a permit, you must park in lots V, V1 or X. Check the portal for important dates.
COMMUTER STUDENTS — PERMITS ARE AVAILABLE FOR SALE ONLINE
Option 1 — You can choose annual or semester permit. All permits will be mailed to your permanent address. Permits are required by the first day of classes. During the first three days of classes, if you do not yet have a permit, you must park in lots V, V1 or X.
Option 2 — Pay as you go. Multi space pay stations are available for you use in lots T (Tuttle) and V (SERC). Purchase an hour, up to 2 consecutive days with coin or bill. A receipt will be dispensed and must be used as the parking credential by displaying the receipt on the driver side of the dash, face up. For fall only, commuters and guests may park in any commuter lot during the day. V1 or X if parking overnight. $1/hour; $5/day
Option 3 — Pay as you go. Coin operated single and double head meters are available in a variety of parking areas for your short–term parking needs. Maximum time allowed is 2 hours. $1/hour
Option 4 — Contactless payment through ParkMobile app. Purchase an hour, up to 2 days of consecutive parking through the app. $1/hour; $5/day
1. EAGLE LIFT ASSIST
In collaboration with Parking and Transportation Services, BSG, Brockport Downtown and Division of Advancement we recognize some students who have mandatory coursework at Brockport Downtown, internship, or professional development event may need financial assistance to travel.
Each semester, Brockport students may apply for funding to assist with their transportation needs.
If accepted, a set dollar amount will be available through the BSG Business office. Reimbursement will occur monthly, provided a receipt is submitted to BSG business office. More information and application found online.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This free online tool helps match riders and drivers from similar areas traveling to the same destination - either for a regular carpool relationship or for a one-time trip. If a regular ridesharing relationship is formed, consider applying for a Carpool Permit. Carpool permit holders can save money on permit costs (non-union employees), plus have access to premium parking spaces on campus!
4. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
The Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority (RGRTA) Provides services inbound and outbound to our area.
State employees may use pre-tax income to pay for public transportation using NYS Ride.
Enjoy the convenience of having four wheels, with no strings attached. Zipcar, the world’s leading car-sharing service, is available for all 18+ students, faculty and staff. Members can reserve cars parked right on campus by the hour or day, 24/7.