Parking Digital Info


Parking Lot Construction/Closures

  • Sidewalk construction will begin on November 15, 2021, in front of Parking Lot 52.
  • Beginning December 10, 2021, Parking Lot 52 will be closed until repairs are completed.

Please consult the parking map for designated parking locations.


Student Parking Permits available for purchase

  • Parking permits can only be purchased online at https://park.nmsu.edu/online/ – not in person.
  • All permits will be mailed. Once logged into the parking portal click “Manage Account” and verify your mailing address is correct to prevent a delay in receiving your permit. NOTE: Housing students will pick up their resident parking permit from the Parking & ID Services office.
    • If the address is incorrect, click ‘Edit’ and once saved remove any old addresses.
  • To prevent delay in receiving your Fall 2021/Spring 2022 permit, please make sure you are selecting the correct permit type based on your accommodation status:
    • If you live off campus – choose the ‘Commuter Student Fall 2021′ permit.
    • If you live in Juniper Hall, Garcia Hall, Rhodes-Garrett-Hamiel, Pinon Hall or Chamisa– choose the ‘Resident Student Fall 2021′ permit.
    • If you live in the Vista Del Monte apartments or Family housing – choose the ‘Resident South Campus Fall 2021′ permit.

For any additional questions, email parking@nmsu.edu.


Faculty/Staff Parking Permits available for purchase

  • Parking permits can either be purchased online with payment in full, or by submitting a Payroll Deduction Form. Both methods can be found at https://park.nmsu.edu/online/.
  • Please be sure to PRINT OUT your temporary permit during the online process & place on the dash of your vehicle. Temporary permits are valid for 3 WEEKS from the date of purchase. If utilizing Payroll Deduction, print out the confirmation email & place it on the dash of your vehicle. If you have not received your permit, email parking@nmsu.edu.

  • All permits will be mailed. Once logged into the parking portal click “Manage Account” and verify your mailing address is correct to prevent a delay in receiving your permit.
    • If the address is incorrect, click ‘Edit’ and once saved remove any old addresses.

For any additional questions, email parking@nmsu.edu.

 


NMSU Parking Rules

In effect from 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday. Free parking on evenings and weekends, with various free parking lots located around campus.

Parking citations are administered by the NMSU Police Department. Questions or comments should be directed to parking@nmsu.edu or via phone to 575-646-2133.

 

Free Parking and Shuttle Service

NMSU makes it easy and affordable to park and commute around campus. Aggie Transit provides free shuttle routes that transport riders with a valid Aggie ID from free parking lots (identified in brown on the parking map).


Permitted Parking Lots

A variety of NMSU Parking Permits are available for those who wish to park in a designated “permitted” parking lot. Parking rules are enforced Monday – Friday from 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Please consult the parking map for designated parking locations.


Departmental Placards

NMSU Departments may request a special placard that will allow parking in specified areas of campus.


Just Visiting?

For those who only visit campus periodically, a variety of Visitor Permits are available.


Plenty of Spaces!

There are about 13,500 available parking spaces on campus. However, during the university’s peak hours (9 a.m. – 2 p.m. weekdays), only about 7,900 of those spaces are filled at one time. Therefore, there are generally at least 5,600 open spaces available when you arrive!

HELPFUL TIP: The lots around the center of campus near Corbett Center Student Union (CCSU), the Horseshoe, and the NMSU Bookstore tend to fill up very fast and remain occupied most of the day. Reduce the time and stress of driving around looking for a spot by simply parking in the “All Permits” lots east of Chamisa Village on Stewart Street. These lots are historically underutilized and are only a couple minutes walk from CCSU.


Parking & Traffic Regulations

Click here for parking & traffic regulations.


 

Questions? Click here for more information.

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