Please refer to the Police Department Parking Rules and Regulations website for the complete version of the CSU Maritime Academy Parking Rules and Regulations.

 

Student Permits

  • Student General (G): Access to all campus student designated parking lots, excluding Maritime North Residence .
  • Student Maritime North (MN): Access to Maritime North Residence 24-Hours and Parking Lot-D (lower campus) after business hours.
  • Student Lot-O Reserved: Access to Parking Lot-O Reserved Spaces 24-Hours.

 

Parking Lots Approved For Students

Lot-A (Administration):  Faculty and Staff parking, only.

Students are not authorized during business hours (Monday to Friday, 7am-5pm).

Students can park in this lot during non-business hours (Monday to Friday, 5pm-7am and weekends) EXCLUDING RESTRICTED SPACES.

EV Chargers: Students with an Electric Vehicle can use the EV Chargers during non-business hours (Monday to Friday, 5pm-7am and weekends)

Lot-B (Across from Administration):  Faculty and Staff parking, only.

Students are not authorized during business hours (Monday to Friday, 7am-5pm).

Students can park in this lot during non-business hours (Monday to Friday, 5pm-7am and weekends)

Lot-C (Waterfront):  Faculty and Staff parking, only. 

Students are not authorized during business hours (Monday to Friday, 7am-5pm).

Students can park in this lot during non-business hours (Monday to Friday, 5pm-7am and weekends)

Lot-D (Waterfront):  Faculty and Staff parking, only.

Students are not authorized during business hours (Monday to Friday, 7am-5pm).

Students can park in this lot during non-business hours (Monday to Friday, 5pm-7am and weekends) EXCLUDING RESTRICTED SPACES

Lot-E (Upper Service Road):  Student parking.

Students can park in this lot 24 hours, 7 days a week. EXCLUDING THE (30) RESERVED SPACES.

Lot-F (Upper Service Road)Student parking.

Students can park in this lot 24 hours, 7 days a week.

Lot-G (McAllister): Student parking. 

Students can park in this lot 24 hours, 7 days a week.

Lot-H (Upper Residence Hall): Cal Maritime Authorized Vehicle parking, only.

Students are not authorized to park in this lot.

Lot-I (Faculty Drive/Overlook): Faculty and Staff parking, only.

Students are not authorized during business hours (Monday to Friday, 7am-5pm).

Students can park in this lot during non-business hours (Monday to Friday, 5pm-7am and weekends) EXCLUDING RESTRICTED SPACES

Lot-J (Bodnar Field): Student or Daily permit parking. 

Students can park in this lot 24 hours, 7 days a week.

Lot-L (Front Pool):  Faculty, Staff, Student or Daily parking. No Parking 2am-6am.

Students can park in this lot. No Parking 2am-6am.

Lot-M (Rear Pool):  Faculty, Staff, Student or Daily parking. No Parking 2am-6am.

Students can park in this lot. No Parking 2am-6am.

Lot-O (Campus Entrance):  Reserved and Overflow parking.

Students with a special Lot-O Reserved permit to park in this lot in the marked RESERVED spaces.

Lot P (Maritime North Residence):  Maritime North Student parking, only.

Students with a Maritime North permit can park in this lot. EXCLUDING RESTRICTED SPACES.

For questions, please contact Cal Maritime Police Department at (707) 654-1179 or parking@csum.edu.

 

 

First Year Students

Due to limited space and the high demand for parking on campus, first year students to CSU Maritime Academy are not automatically eligible to park on campus. The following is required to purchase a student semester parking permit: 

  1. First year students that are approved for off-campus living by Housing and Residence Life are eligible to purchase a student semester parking permit. Housing and Residential Life sends the approval lists to the Cashier’s Office, allowing these students to purchase the parking permit online through their student account.
  2. There is a designated parking lot on campus, with a limited number of spaces, first come first served, that first year students can apply for a semester parking permit. The permit is only authorized for parking in Lot-O. Please send your request to parking@csum.edu for review.
  3. The restrictions for a first year student may be waived through the Parking Waiver Program where sufficient needs exist (medical, veteran, off campus employment).  Complete the Petition located under First-Year Students on this web page: https://www.csum.edu/admissions/admitted-students/new-student-guide/petition-for-new-student-parking.html . Petition forms are reviewed by a committee and approved by the Chief of Police.

 

Continuing Students Or First Year Students APPROVED To Park On Campus

The student semester Decal Permits may be purchased online through a student's account, usually a month before the start of the semester. The University Cashier's Office coordinates and facilitates the sale and distribution of semester Decal Permits. Permits for Spring and Fall Semesters can be purchased at the same time. Permit fees are payable in lump sum only. There is no deferment for financial aid.

Eligible students may purchase a semester Decal Permit and a Motorcycle Permit. The permit is not transferable to any other vehicle or individual. Current permit rates are posted on the "Types and Fees" web page.

A permit does not ensure the user of a parking space. The responsibility of finding a legal parking space rests with the motor vehicle operator.

 

Fee Schedule

The fee schedule is promulgated by the Trustees of the California State University.

$81.00 per semester (Prorated)– Auto; $20 per semester (Prorated) – Motorcycle

 

CSU Parking Fee Refund Schedule

  • 1-30 days 75%
  • 31-60 days 50%
  • 61-90 days 25%
  • 91 days or more – no refund

 

Student Summer Parking

Students must properly display a valid CSU Maritime Academy Hang Tag Scratcher Permit. Hang Tag Scratcher Permits can be purchased at the Cashier's Office. Summer permits are only valid in Lot E and Lot F.

 

SPEL Students

Blue Hang Tag Scratcher permits are issued directly by SPEL. They are valid for the duration of the instruction period.

 

Temporary Medical Parking Permit

To apply for a temporary permit, please contact Disability Services by email for additional information about the type of documentation required.

 

Motorcycle Parking

Two-wheeled vehicles (including mopeds, motor scooters, or any motorized bicycle) required to be licensed by the State Department of Motor Vehicles shall park in designated motorcycle parking spaces/areas in Lots B, D, E, and I. At no time shall a motorcycle park in full-size parking stalls intended for use by four (4) wheeled passenger vehicles. Motorcycle decal semester permits must be adhered or taped to the bike's rear fender or front fork.

The Student Handbook requires you to familiarize yourself with the CSU Maritime Parking Rules and Regulations.