Parking Tips on How to Avoid a Ticket
- A parking permit or paid parking session is required at all times when parking on campus.
- Verify that your license plate information has been entered correctly.
- Purchase your paid parking session before you leave your vehicle.
- An easy way to access your parking account is to download the CSUSM app.
- Monthly and semester permits can be purchased online at csusm.aimsparking.com.
- Hourly/daily options can be purchased through PayByPhone or at pay stations.
- Not sure where there are open spaces? Check out the space availability signs at the entrances of the lot or on your CSUSM app.
- Parking is heavily impacted at the start of each semester. Lot B or Lot X, Y, Z usually has spaces available.
- If you've parked and don’t want to lose your space while you go grab lunch, reserve a Zipcar.
- No parking in PS2 from 2-5 a.m.
- Log in to your parking account to update your vehicle information to reflect the vehicle you have parked on campus.
- Lots E and H are faculty/staff lots. General hourly, daily, monthly and semester permits are not valid in faculty/staff spaces and lots.
- February’s student regional transit pass is available to purchase from Jan. 27 to Feb. 14 for $50 with a CSUSM ID. ID must have a spring 2020 validation sticker.
- Want to share the cost of a semester permit? Find a carpool buddy and purchase a carpool permit. Need help finding a carpool buddy? Check out the carpool board in the USU Commuter Lounge or check out our website for information.
- New electric vehicle charging stations are located on the first level of PS1.