Employees may park in designated Employee (E) Parking Lots on campus (E1, E2, E3, E4, E5, E6, E7, E8, E9, E10, E11). Employees may also park in General (G) Parking Lots including all three parking structures unless the space is otherwise restricted with posted signage. Paid parking is required at all times when parking on campus. Please visit our campus map to view all parking locations.
Employee Rideshare Program
Employees are encouraged to take one of the many Sustainable Transportation options provided to get to campus. Employees participating in these forms of transportation can earn points towards special rewards such as gift cards, discounts and other Rideshare Rewards logging their travel in our Employee Rideshare Program.
Employee Virtual Permits
Employee parking can be purchased online or at the Cashiers Office located on the first floor of Brotman Hall. Payments can be made by cash, check, or debit card, and online with e-check (no fee) or credit card (2.75 % convenience fee). Available employee parking includes a full year, academic year or semester depending on employee unit. A pretax payroll deduction is available online (not available for semester permits).
Semester employee parking is valid one week prior to the start of instruction. Annual Employee parking permits are valid from July 1 to June 30 each year. Academic year parking is valid one week prior to the start of fall instruction through the end of the May Intersession.
Employee Parking by Category (effective July 1, 2017)
|EMP CFA - Unit 3 Permit Fees||Price||Effective Dates|
|Fall||$69.18||08/19/17 – 01/21/18|
|Spring||$69.18||01/21/18 – 06/10/18|
|Summer||$46.32||05/21/18 – 08/19/18|
08/19/17 – 06/10/18
|User Category||Monthly Deduction|
|EMP Other - Units 1, 4, 6, 8||$14|
|EMP Other - Units 2, 5, 7, 9||$15.06|
|EMP, Casual, Confidential, Aux||$15.09|
|User Category||Monthly Deduction|
|EMP MPP (through Aug. 31, 2017)||$15.09|
|EMP MPP (starting Sept. 1, 2017)||$20|
Annual, fall, summer and spring parking is prorated depending on the date of purchase. Contact the Cashiers Office at 562.985.2222 for the current prorated price.
Employee permits are valid in both Employee (E) and General (G) Parking Lots. Please see the campus map for all parking locations.
Employee Carpool Program
If you are a current CSULB faculty or staff member with a paid semester or a non-expiring payroll deduction virtual permit, we highly encourage you to carpool to campus. Not only do carpool members share the cost of gas and vehicle expenses, but they can also avoid traffic by utilizing the many HOV lanes on the freeways leading to campus. Carpooling also qualifies you for points and benefits via the Employee Rideshare Program. Additional information is available on our Carpool webpage.
Employee Parking Refunds
Fall, Spring, Academic Year and Annual parking purchases may be refunded based on the value remaining on the virtual permit at the time of the refund. Employee parking depreciates at a rate proportional to the monthly rate of the virtual permit. A one-time $10.00 processing fee will also be deducted from the value of the virtual permit at the time of request. Refund requests will be accepted up to the date of full depreciation. Refund applications are available at the Cashiers Office on the first floor of Brotman Hall (BH-148). Summer virtual permits are nonrefundable.
Temporary university employees may purchase temporary parking from the Cashiers Office (BH-148). Questions regarding other temporary parking should be made at the Cashiers Office in Brotman Hall, or by calling 562.985.2222, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Employees leaving the university must cancel their virtual permits. Virtual permits can be canceled at the same time that exit paperwork is submitted. Employees on payroll deduction will be asked to complete a stop form, which will halt future CSULB parking payroll deductions. This will be especially important for individuals transitioning to another state agency.
Motorcycle Virtual Permits
Motorcycle parking is sold for each of the following semesters/sessions:
Motorcycle virtual permits can only be used in areas designated as motorcycle parking. Please view the campus map for all motorcycle parking locations. Motorcycle parking permits can be purchased at the Cashiers Office in Brotman Hall (BH-148), Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. or online through the CSULB Parking Portal. Motorcycle parking is verified and enforced via the License Plate Recognition (LPR) permitting system.
In order to be eligible for a complimentary semester emeriti parking permit, CSULB emeritus faculty and staff must not receive compensation from the university. If an emeritus member is working for pay on campus in any capacity (e.g. FERP, retired annuitant, consultant, etc.) an Employee parking permit must be purchased at the Cashiers Office.
- Emeriti permits are available at the Visitor Information Center (VIC) and the Cashiers Office located on the first floor of Brotman Hall.
- Emeriti permits are valid in designated as Employee (E), General (G), and all three parking structures on campus.
- Emeriti Annual Permits are available for pick-up two weeks prior to the start of the semester. The Fall permit is valid through Winter session.
- If you are an infrequent emeritus member, please visit the Visitor Information Center (VIC) for a daily permit that will be issued each day for each emeritus visit to campus. An emeritus identification card is required to verify status.
Employees who are employed at two or more CSU campuses are only required to purchase a single parking permit. CSULB has established a process with each CSU campus in order to verify your parking purchase at multiple CSU locations. Please review our Concurrent Employment webpage for full program details.
CSULB Faculty & Staff
All faculty and staff using a DMV-issued Disabled Persons (DP) placard or similar distinguishing license plate must also purchase some form of paid parking when parking in a Disabled Parking space on campus. Paid parking can be purchased at the campus pay stations provided within each lot. No parking permit is required when parking in Short-Term parking spaces if a DP placard or DP license place is displayed. Please visit the campus map for all Accessible parking and Short-Term parking locations.