Graduate & Professional Students Parking Information
How to Register for a Parking Permit
Parking permits for graduate students are available for online purchase by visiting this page.
Your Duke NetID and password are required to gain access to on-line registration for your 2013-2014 parking permit.
If you plan to renew your 2013 permit, you may go on-line at any time after June 19, 2013.
If you do not have a parking permit or plan to change parking locations, you may purchase a permit on-line beginning at 10:00 a.m. (EST), Monday, June 17. General availability permits will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis. When spaces in a particular lot are no longer available, "SOLD OUT" will appear on the permit selection screen. The following permits will be sold to graduate students on a first-come, first-served basis:
|EAE||East Campus Commuter Lots (All ungated lots on East Campus)||$141.00||C-1, C-1 Smith, C-2|
|YEL||Swift Ave; Facilities||$141.00||C-1, C-2,|
Which Lots Should I Choose?
The lots with the greatest availability at the beginning of the academic year are East Commuter Lots.
If You are Already on a Waitlist
Due to numerous construction projects affecting parking in these zones, no Circuit or Green Zone permits will be offered to waitlist customers this summer. If you are already on the Circuit or Green Zone waitlist, please do not remove yourself from the waitlist unless you no longer desire that parking. To join a waitlist, visit this page.
Parking fees are billed to student Bursar accounts. No other method of payment is accepted.
Students who do not have a vehicle when they purchase a permit may enter their Duke Unique ID number in the license information section of the permit order form. When a vehicle and permanent license plate are obtained, students must update vehicle records within 10 business days.
How to Obtain Your Parking Permit
Parking permits for 2013-2014 purchased in June and July will be mailed to addresses within the continental United States around the third week of July. Permits purchased after July 12, 2013 will be mailed within seven business days.
When to Display Parking Permit
Permits should be displayed on vehicles on August 16. Parking Zone enforcement will begin on September 1.
Students with permanent physical disabilities must request consideration for handicapped parking each year by filling out an application form and forwarding copies to the Disability Management System.
Evening and Weekend Access to Parking Lots
Your DukeCard (not the Parking Permit) provides access to many parking lots after 5:00 p.m. weekdays and on weekends all year long, excluding times when lots are reserved for events. When attending a special event on campus, your permit allows free parking in lots designated for the general public.
Students who live near Duke in the LaSalle Street area have a way to get to and from campus for free. Duke Transit offers the LaSalle Loop to provide transportation to and from apartment complexes between Erwin Road and Hillsborough Road. Free rides are available Monday through Friday. Stops are approximately every 30 minutes in a continuous loop at existing Durham Area Transit Authority (DATA) bus stops along the route.
Questions regarding Parking
Additional parking information is available by calling (919) 684-PARK (7275). The Parking and Transportation Services Office, located at 2010 Campus Drive, is open 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.