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OSU Visitor Parking Permit

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  • Visitor permits are $7 for the day
  • Visitor permits are required Monday - Friday, 7:00am - 5:00pm.
  • Visitor permits must be displayed on the dash of your vehicle at all times. If the permit is not displayed, you may receive a parking violation.

Parking for the OSU Conference Center is located in the parking garage at 26th and Washington Way and the parking lot at Reser Stadium on 26th and Western Blvd.

Please note that parking permits are non-refundable.

Parking on Campus

Once you complete the payment process a confirmation letter will appear and one will be sent to your email. This confirmation letter will serve as your permit. Please print out the confirmation letter and place on your dash while parking on campus. OSU Parking regulations do apply. All vehicles without permits will be ticketed.

If you need to purchase additional permits while on campus, please visit the Parking Services office at 606 SW 15th Street or at any of the Pay and Display Stations (cash only) located in the Visitor lots.

Please indicate your reason for parking on campus below. Examples would be which conference/event you will be attending.


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