A current and valid DSU parking permit is required and must be appropriately displayed on all vehicles parked on the DSU Campus. Students may purchase a parking permit online for $40 at the beginning of the fall semester. You must hang your parking permits on the rearview mirror.
Permits are sold via Campus Connection
- Log-in to Campus Connection
- Click on the Student Self Service Icon
- Follow this path: Parking>Parking System>Log in>Get Permits
- Select Permit and Permit Agreement
- Add vehicle(s) to permit.
- If no plate is present, the last 8 of the vehicle identification number (VIN) should be temporarily used.
- For the state select “Missing Plate”
- Once plate is known, add vehicle with new plate information.
- View Cart and select Pay Now
- Payment Receipt
- Official Permits –
- - Pick up at DSU Office of Emergency Management in the Student Center, 109.
Fields with an * are required fields.
For specific parking questions or requests, call the Office of Emergency Management at 701-483-2407 or the on-duty phone at 701-290-1068
- Wienbergen/Scott/BAC parking areas during sporting and other events.
- Visitor designated zones which have permanent signs. Not to be used by either students or employees
- Event parking areas that will have temporary sandwich board parking in place.
- Loading/unloading zones.
- City Street Parking
- Open Parking Areas: The lower parking lot to the south of the Student Center across from the DSU Heritage Foundation on 8th and Wienbergen North parking lot on Pulver Dr.
A current and valid DSU parking permit is required and must be appropriately displayed on all vehicles parked on the DSU Campus.
Employee Parking: Employees with a valid DSU parking permit may park in Staff Parking Only and Permit Parking Only areas.
Student Parking: Students with a valid DSU parking permit may park in Permit Parking Only areas.
Visitor Parking: Identified as Visitor Parking and not to be used by either students or employees. Does not require a Visitor Parking Permit.
Open Parking: Area not designated as a visitor, employee, or student parking area.
Handicapped Parking (marked with blue curbside paint and/or cross-marks indicated by wheelchair access sign): To be used only by vehicles displaying a handicapped parking permit.
Vehicles may be towed at owner’s expense for parking in fire lanes and for the purpose of snow removal if parked in an area not designed for overnight parking.
No parking on Campus Drive from 2:00 - 6:00 a.m. for snow removal.
Drivers of vehicles shall yield the right of way to pedestrians.
Fines for violations of parking regulations on campus are $20. Fines for parking in designated handicapped parking areas, forged, stolen, or suspended parking violations are $100.
Unpaid violations will result in the University placing a hold on transcripts until fines are paid. Any vehicles with unpaid violations or continued violations (3 or more) may result in booting or towing of the vehicle from the campus at the owner’s expense.
Appeals on parking violations must be brought to the Office of Emergency Management within three business days of their receipt.
No Parking Zones
Vehicles in No Parking Zones including Fire Lanes are subject to towing without notice. The individual assumes all costs of towing.