Parking permits are valid at both campuses and may be purchased online through Self-Service via the SSO Portal on any computer (from home, work, school) when paying by credit card. The license plate number you use when you register for the permit will become your virtual parking permit. No sticker or decal will be issued.
Violation of parking rules can result in citations ranging from $37 to $300. Disabled person parking spaces and red zones are enforced at all times. Please read the posted signs and follow instructions printed on parking permits. Regulations are enforced in all lots beginning the first day of classes. Parking will not be enforced in Student Lots for two weeks at the beginning of every semester, the week before the first day of instruction and the first week of instruction.
Motorcycles must also register for a virtual permit. Motorcycles may not park in regular vehicle stalls. If an auto permit is purchased and students desire to ride a motorcycle some days of the week, they may have the motorcycle permit at no charge, provided they show ownership for both vehicles.
Purchase of a semester permit does not guarantee a parking space; it merely gives the student the convenience of not having to purchase a daily permit.
- Parking regulations are enforced year round with the following exceptions
- The week before every semester and the first week of instruction (student lots)
- All District holidays
- Daily and semester permits are not valid in other time-limit zones.
- Students must park in lots designated for students. Parking in staff lots will result in a fine.
- If there is a verifiable parking problem, the staff member must call district police immediately.
- Parking regulations are enforced in all parking lots
- You must be a student to purchase a permit
- Click on Self-Service in the SSO Portal to order a parking permit, verify your mailing address, and to select payment method.
- You may use any computer (home, work, or on-campus) when purchasing with a credit card Visa/MC (debit), Amex, Discover, for faster delivery of permit.
- San José/Evergreen Community College District is not responsible for damage or loss to your vehicle.