Student Vehicle Registration Information
All vehicles operated or parked on campus by students must be registered with the Parking Office which is located in the Maintenance Building.The Parking Office is open Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., (closed from 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m.) unless otherwise posted. Parking permits are free of charge. It is recommended that students register all vehicles they may drive.
Download the vehicle registration form (Microsoft Word)
Download the vehicle registration form (fillable PDF) – Information can be typed into the form and printed for signatures. When printing the form, please make sure to select “Documents and Markups” from the “Comments & Forms” section of the print screen.
Mail or bring the completed and signed registration form to:
Penn State Hazleton
76 University Drive
Hazleton PA 18202-8025
Please note: By signing the downloaded vehicle registration form, the student affirms that all information contained therein is true and accurate.
Student Parking Information
Commuting students may park in either Lot A or Lot F.
Residence hall students may park in any of the following parking lots: Lot G, Lot H or Lot K.
Residence hall students are restricted from parking in upper campus parking lots on weekdays from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
View the parking map.
Student Medical Permits
Students with permanent or temporary handicaps may apply for a medical parking permit through Health Services located in 105 Physical Education Building.
The applicant must:
1. Take proof of medical need to Health Services for evaluation. If approved, Health Services will complete a Medical Permit Application.
2. Take the application to the Parking Office where permit will be issued.
3. Display the medical permit on your registered student vehicle.
- Parking location for students with medical permits is determined by Student Disability Resources and the Parking Office.
- Medical privileges are not valid until the medical permit is issued and displayed.
- Medical permits are not valid for posted handicapped parking spaces. Fines for parking in handicapped spaces range from $50 to $200 plus towing.
Visitor Parking Information
When visiting Penn State Hazleton, visitor parking permits are required and are available at the parking office (Maintenance Building) or at police services (West Halls). Please park in the areas designated for visitors.
Note: Student visitors must park in a student parking lots.
Restrictions, Prohibited Areas and Parking Fines
- Posted spaced in all lots are enforced 24 hours a day, seven days per week, i.e. spaces with signs indicating “Faculty Parking,” “Staff Parking,” “Handicap Parking,” etc.
- Handicapped areas (without state permit) - $50 fine
- Within 15 feet of fire hydrant - $50 fine
- Grass/lawn areas - $20 fine
- Loading docks - $20 fine
- Driveways - $20 fine
- Walkways - $20 fine
- Blocking free movement of other motor/emergency vehicles - $20 fine
- Any other place signs are posted prohibiting/restricting parking - $20 fine
- White or yellow lined areas - $20 fine
- Scenic overlook - $20 fine
- Staff/Visitor lot behind South Hall (Lot J) - $20 fine
Enforcement at Penn State Hazleton
Tickets will be issued to violators of University parking regulations. Each continuous 12-hour period counts as a separate offense. Tickets must be paid within ten days of issuance. Any unpaid tickets after 30 days or accumulation of $40 or more, will result in the student's records being placed on hold. The hold will prohibit the student from registering for further classes and will prohibit the release of transcripts to any other institution.
A parking ticket may be appealed by paying the fine within 96 hours at the Parking Office and then contacting the Office of Student Services & Engagement. All appeals must be accompanied by a receipt from the parking office.
A deposit box for parking tickets is located outside the Parking Office in the Maintenance Building. Please use the parking ticket deposit box or mail your check or money order in the ticket envelope. DO NOT SEND CASH. Your check or money order is your receipt unless you require one for filing an appeal.
A student receiving five or more parking violations in one semester will be declared a habitual offender. Habitual offenders, in addition to having a hold placed on their student records, may also have all parking privileges revoked for a period of 15 class weeks. The student may be required to turn over to the Parking Office all parking permits issued for all registered vehicles.
For more information, contact or visit:
West Hall Administration Office
Office of Student Services & Engagement
Charles T. Butler Teaching & Learning Resource Center