Parking Permit Required
All persons who will be parking a motor vehicle on property owned or controlled by the University of New Haven are required to display a valid University of New Haven parking permit on their vehicle. Vehicles not properly displaying a valid parking permit will be ticketed and may be towed. The parking program is in effect on weekdays, and all permit holders must park in their designated lots Monday through Friday.Parking Info on myCharger
Visitors to the University
All visitors to the University should proceed to the Maxcy parking lot (P1) and check in with the parking attendant. The attendant will advise visitors where to park. If there are no available spaces the Maxcy Parking Lot, the attendant will issue a temporary placard to park in an alternate location designated by the parking attendant. After 7 p.m. and on weekends, temporary permits can be obtained at the University Police Department, located on the east side of the Campus Store (down the stairs from the Wells Fargo ATM).
COVID-19 Restrictions: In order to mitigate the possible spread of COVID-19, the University of New Haven must, and will, limit the number of visitors permitted on campus. Click here to see our Campus Visitation policies that are in effect until further notice.
Overnight Visitors to Student Residence Halls
Overnight guests are not permitted during Fall 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Ticketing, Payments, and Appeals for Visitors, Students, Faculty & Staff
The University's ticketing policy is as follows:
All students, faculty, staff and visitors are responsible for each vehicle they operate or park, or cause to be operated or parked on campus. Every vehicle must display a valid University parking permit. Vehicles which present a hazard, are parked in Tow Zones, Fire Lanes, blocking sidewalks, crosswalks, dumpsters or are parked in a Handicap space without displaying government issued authorization are subject to immediate towing at the owner's expense. A vehicle which accrues three parking tickets will be considered a chronic offender and will be ticketed and towed for every subsequent violation.
Visitors' Payments and Appeals
To pay for a ticket online or to appeal a ticket you received, visit our online parking system. You must enter both the ticket number and the license plate number to proceed, and then follow the prompts to pay or appeal.
Tickets can also to be paid to the University Bursar's Office in person (One Stop - Bergami Hall) or by mail to the following address:
University of New Haven
ATTN: Bursar's Office
300 Boston Post Road
West Haven, CT 06516
Shuttles and Transportation Options
Students, faculty, and staff can make use of a number of transportation services offered by the University. We provide a robust system of shuttles to help students, faculty, staff, and visitors navigate quickly travel between University-sponsored parking lots, main campus, local railroad and bus stations, downtown New Haven, and more.
Shuttles and Transportation Info for:Prospective students, parents, and visitors
Current students, faculty & staff