Register Your Vehicle
All vehicles parked in all Trine University parking lots must display a valid parking permit, which may be obtained via the Vehicle Registration website. Payments must be made online via credit/debit card only.
All Trine University students that drive a vehicle on campus are required to purchase a permit. Trine University students are permitted to park in lots that are labeled according to the permit assigned. Freshmen are required to park in red lots. Freshmen assigned to honors housing may park in the purple or red lots only. Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors are allowed to park in the parking lots as determined by their housing assignment/commuter status, and on upper campus.
Student permits must be displayed in the rear window on the lower passenger's side corner on the outside of the vehicle. Citations may be issued for improper permit placement. Check signs at the lot entrances to see if you are permitted to park in the lot.
Student Parking Map
Please refer to the following color coded map for your respective parking areas. If you have any questions, please contact Campus Safety, at 260.316.1877.
If a student brings a vehicle, other than their current registered vehicle, a temporary permit must be obtained in the Office of Student Services. A $5 fee is charged for a temporary permit.
Handicap Parking Spaces
Handicap parking spaces are marked with blue stripes and should be used only by persons displaying state registered handicap permits or license plates. Handicap permits should be prominently displayed. Violators are subject to towing and/or fines. Parking in handicap spaces to run into your building is not allowed.
All visitors will be required to obtain a Visitor Permit 24 hours prior to arriving on campus and display it on their dashboard while on campus. These permits are valid for 48 hours. Visitors are able to park in Hershey Lot only.
All campus parking violations are subject to a parking citation. Citations must be paid within 7 days, via Parking Permits and Citations or an additional charge may be assessed. Citations may be appealed via Parking Permits and Citations within 7 days.
All citations not paid within 45 days will be added to the student's account.