Mar 20, 2023  
2013-2015 Undergraduate and Graduate Academic Catalog 
2013-2015 Undergraduate and Graduate Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Parking Regulations

An automobile that is operated and parked on campus must be registered at the Parking and Transit Office. Parking and Transit has three types of parking lots: prime, non-prime and residence hall zones. Prime lots are located on campus; less expensive non-prime zones are located off campus. Residence hall zones are limited to residence hall students with vehicles. Residents must purchase a permit at the Parking and Transit office each semester. The only exception is residents of Legacy Park, who purchase a permit yearly. To obtain a parking permit, students must present vehicle registration, pictured ID, PID number, and appropriate fee. Cajun Field and zone 40 (Bourgeois Hall) no longer require a permit to park. The UL Lafayette Transit System provides eleven passenger buses to transport users to the center of campus. Parking and Transit also operates two evening shuttles for student convenience.

Traffic regulations are available on the Parking and Transit website Tickets may be appealed on the website, however, all such appeals must be filed within ninety-six hours following the issuance of the ticket. Violations may be paid at the office in Olivier Hall, Room 100 or online at