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Limited Parking Permits

Order by July 15th and be eligible for a prize giveaway!   

  • Permits can be billed to your WKU student account if ordered by Thursday, September 4th.
  • Pre-ordered permits will be mailed to home addresses beginning in mid-July. 
    • Note:  Please make sure to select the desired delivery method from the drop-down box. 

 Housing Students (living in residence hall):

  • Housing Premium (HP) permits are limited.  Once sold out, a wait list will be maintained.
  • Alumni Square Garage Housing (AH) permits are sold out.  Log into your Parking Management Account to be added to the wait list.

 Commuter Students (living off campus):

  • Commuter Permits (C) for main campus are limited.  Less than 50% of the Commuter Permits are left.  Once sold out, a wait list will be maintained.
  • Alumni Square Garage Commuter Permits (AC) are limited.  Once sold out, a wait list will be maintained.

To purchase your 2014-2015 parking permit, click HERE.  For more information, visit www.wku.edu/transportation.

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