At Buffalo State you'll find 32 parking lots interspersed throughout the 125-acre campus. If you will be parking at Buffalo State, please consult these instructions about where you may park on campus and familiarize yourself with campus parking regulations. All vehicles parked at Buffalo State, except those in metered areas, are required to display valid college parking permits according to instructions. Signs are displayed at each parking lot to indicate parking restrictions for that area.
While there is an adequate number of parking spaces on campus, as at other universities, we understand that parking may not always be available as close as you would like to your particular campus destination.
Campus parking rules and regulations have been developed to provide for the safety and convenience of the members of the Buffalo State community. Enforcement of these regulations is necessary to ensure that all students, faculty, staff and visitors have consistent and fair opportunities to park. Your compliance with these rules is greatly appreciated.
Parking meters are available in Lots R-3, R-4, G-25 and I-30 and are enforced until 7:00 p.m. Visitors also may obtain free temporary parking permits from the Parking Services Office or University Police, both located in Chase Hall, for use in student lots.
Individuals invited to campus by a campus department or office are required to display a temporary permit when parking on campus. Permits should be obtained through the inviting department in advance of arrival.
One-day temporary permits also are available for students and staff. Temporary permits are valid only in lots specified on the permit. Temporary permits are not valid in reserved spaces, those designated for maintenance vehicles, or metered areas.
Buffalo State is currently engaged in a number of capital projects including construction of the Science and Mathematics Complex and renovation of Bishop Hall.
Although Buffalo State and its contractors are doing their best to minimize the impact of the constuction on the campus community, some disruption will occur. Please refer to these announcements for the latest information about the impacts of construction on Buffalo State parking. To learn more about campus capital projects, please visit our construction website.
Access to electric vehicle charging stations is an important consideration for owners of alternative energy vehicles. Buffalo State provides three 240-volt EV charging stations for use by students, employees or visitors, free of charge.
Two charging stations are located in Lot R-3, adjacent to the Burchfield Penney Art Center, with one other on Cleveland Circle at Rockwell Road.
For answers to frequently-asked questions about parking at Buffalo State, please refer to this FAQ.
The Buffalo State Parking Services Office provides complete information to the college community regarding parking on campus, and is available to assist you. Located in Chase Hall 126, the Parking Services Office is open weekdays from 8:30 a.m.to 5:00 p.m., with extended hours to 6:00 p.m. on Thursdays.
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