- Visit parking.york.cuny.edu and log in using your York Network ID
- Entering your License Plate and follow the Instructions
- Purchase online
- Bring documents to public safety 1M02
(York College Identification Card (Validated), Valid Driver's License, Car registration (which must be in the student's name or in the family name, or must match the address of the college member obtaining the parking permit.))
- Permit issued
Parking Meters for Visitors, and Vendors
Visitors can park on campus for $10 for special event parking, including Commencement and Performing Arts Center, HPE, and Academic Core events; $10 for daily parking. Two ways to Pay: At parking meters located at the Performance Arts Center parking lot entrance on Guy R. Brewer Blvd across from the Academic Core building or Online at Visitors Parking. If purchasing online please be sure to show the officer in the parking lot upon entry.
Faculty, Staff, & Students with valid parking permits will have priority parking over visitors.
In addition, vendors who have long-term work on campus will be able to request the purchase of parking permits as follows: $50 for monthly parking; $250 for six-month parking, and $400 for annual parking.
Students, Faculty, and Staff will continue to be eligible to purchase parking at existing discounted rates. The College community will always have priority parking over visitors and the Office of Public Safety will be managing the availability of spaces for anyone with a campus parking permit.
Parking on the College campus is at the vehicle operator's risk. The registered driver is responsible for the use of the vehicle on campus. The College is NOT responsible for loss or damage to any registered or other vehicles, their contents, or equipment. The payment of parking fees provides only for the privilege of parking on campus, on a space-available basis.
Parking privileges are only granted once the required documentation is validated by the Public Safety Office. Upon validation only will the parking permit be issued to the vehicle/permit holder. Parking Permits must be displayed within the Permit Holder's Vehicle with the College Logo and ID Number facing outwards, ideally from the rearview mirror, or some other suitable, secure location in the vehicle. If there is no suitable, stable, or secure front-facing surface in the holder's vehicle to display the pass, it's recommended that you store the permit securely in the glove box, console, etc, before placing the vehicle in motion. Lost or stolen parking permits must be reported to the New York City Police department.
Parking permits are Not Refundable or Replaceable. If a permit is lost or stolen, a new permit must be purchased at full price.
Faculty, Staff, and Students are prohibited from parking private vehicles in areas designated and marked for "CUNY Authorized Vehicles Only."
Purchasing a Parking Permit
There are two ways to purchase your permit to enable access to the lots on campus.
Credit or Debit Card
Save Time and Get Out of Line!
- Purchasing your permit online is safe, secure, fast, and easy!
- Less time spent waiting in an endless line!
- You can even pay parking violations online without ever having to set foot on campus.
Convenience Fee - As a convenience to you, York College accepts credit or debit cards for online parking permit purchasing and the online payment of parking violations. If you choose to pay with a credit or debit card, you will be charged a fee of 2.65%. This fee is non-refundable and is used to cover the cost of processing credit and debit cards.
Purchase In Person
If you rather purchase your permit in person, please visit the Public Safety office AC-1M02
Parking Fee Schedule
Type of Permit
Reserved (President Cabinet)
1 Day Metered Parking
Daily Permit 5-Day (Currently not avalable as of Spring Semester 2024)
Daily Permit 10-Day (Currently not avalable as of Spring Semester 2024)
Annual Full-Time Employees
Annual Part-Time Employees
Six-month pass Vendor/Contractors
Fall Semester Full-Time Employees
Fall Semester Part-Time Employees
(Only Applies to Students Without a Fall Parking Permit)