Boise State Parking Permits Open for Sale July 1
Boise State University parking permits for the 2018-19 academic year are available for purchase online beginning Sunday, July 1, 2018. The Transit Center Office will be closed during the weekend of July 1, but will be open Monday, July 2, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Commuter and reserved permits can be purchased for various zones throughout campus and are available at student and employee rates. Resident permits are also available to student residents. A full map and price list for the zones can be found at transportation.boisestate.edu/parking-permit/.
Permit holders from the 2017-18 academic year who wish to change parking zone locations will also be able to purchase a permit in any of the available zones.
Current Boise State 2017-18 permits are valid through August 12, 2018, while permits for the 2018-19 academic year are valid August 13, 2018 to August 11, 2019.
You may purchase your permit at: https://boisestate.nupark.com/portal/
How to purchase your permit:
- Visit https://boisestate.nupark.com/portal/.
- Log in using your Boise State login information.
- Enter or verify your current vehicle and license plate information in the system. Update any information as needed (up to date information is required to purchase a permit).
- After verifying, select “Purchase a Permit” found in various locations within the portal.
- Select the 17-18 Academic Annual Term
- Purchase your permit in the zone(s) available to you.
Permits purchased online will be mailed to the address entered into the PeopleSoft system–shipping will begin in early July. Permits may also be purchased in person at the Boise State Transit Center, located in the Student Union Building.
The university continues to provide and support important alternative transportation resources, offering free Valley Ride Transportation bus stickers which allow students, faculty and staff to utilize city bus services free of charge. Bus stickers can be picked up at the Student Union Transit Center or Information Desk. In addition, Boise State offers a free shuttle service throughout campus and to its downtown campus locations. Routes and a live shuttle tracker can be found at shuttle.boisestate.edu. Finally, Boise State, a Bicycle Friendly University – gold designee, boasts an outstanding Cycle Learning Center that offers bike rentals and purchases, service, information and more. To find out more about bicycling Boise State visit go.boisestate.edu/bicycling-boise-state.
For more information on campus parking, please visit transportation.boisestate.edu/