PERMIT INFO FOR THE 2016/2017 ACADEMIC YEAR
REGISTRATION FOR FALL 2016 PARKING PERMITS WILL NOT BEGIN UNTIL MID AUGUST 2016. YOU CANNOT REGISTER OR OBTAIN A PERMIT BEFORE THIS TIME . EMAIL WILL BE SENT TO YOUR UNH EMAIL ACCOUNT MID TO LATE JULY 2016 REGARDING THE REGISTRATION PROCESS FOR THE UPCOMING FALL 2016 SEMESTER .
Click here to view the 2016-2017 Parking Regulations and Map (PDF)
- It is your responsibility to read through the 2016-2017 Parking Regulations (PDF) and know the rules for parking on the UNH campus.
Registering For Your Permit
If you had a valid permit in the past you simply need to update your vehicle and personal information, if there are any changes.
Resident students residing on the Main Campus, and those at Forest Hills, are required to pay for their permit when they register for their permit. This fee must be paid by credit card. It cannot be applied to a student's account..
Resident students of Main Street Condominiums and Savin Court Apartments must have a permit for their vehicle but are prohibited from bringing their vehicle to the main campus . This year we are offering these students the option of parking at the Hoffman Street Lot (P45). This is a special permit and will cost $100.00 for the year .. Please inquire with Campus Police regarding this permit type . This permit is available ONLY to Main St and Savin Court students .
Receiving Your Permit
STUDENTS : AFTER you have registered for your permit online and paid the appropriate fee (if any), you may pick up your permit at Campus Police . You must bring your UNH I.D. Card, driver's license, and vehicle registration.At the beginning of the academic year , there will be specific dates, times and location to pick your permit up.
Rules, Regulations, and Violations
It is important to note that the Fire Marshal has directed that the University keep fire lanes and walkways open at all times. Violators parked in these areas will be immediately towed at he owners expense. Additionally, the UNH Police will strictly enforce all parking policies. Any vehicle receiving more than three parking tickets during the academic year will automatically be ticketed and towed for every subsequent violation.