Parking Portal

Online Parking account management

Students, faculty and staff wishing to purchase a parking permit, manage their registration information, pay a ticket, and/or appeal a ticket, log into the Parking Portal using your myRedDragon account

Purchase a Parking Permit

Using your myRedDragon account:

  1. Click "Order a Permit"
  2. Select permit type
  3. Select existing or add a new vehicle
  4. Click "Add Permit to Cart"
  5. Complete credit card information
  6. Click "Confirm"
  7. Student permits will be available for pick up at the Parking Department in Whitaker Hall. Faculty and staff permits will be sent via campus mail to the employee's office.

How to add a vehicle to an existing permit (faculty and staff only).

  1. Select the permit number you wish to add the vehicle to
  2. Click "Add"
  3. Add new vehicle information
  4. Enter reason for adding additional vehicle
  5. Click "Request Addition"

How to remove a vehicle from an existing permit (faculty and staff only).

  1. Click the "Remove" tab
  2. Select the vehicle you wish to remove
  3. Enter comment
  4. Click "Request Removal"

Permit Prices

*Total number of permits sold is subject to a cap. “C” permits typically sell out first.

All Freshman

All freshman must purchase a "D" permit for the Park and Ride (Route 281 Parking Lot). Full academic year "D" permit $60 or per semester $30.

Full time Undergraduate student (12 credit hours or more). Sophomore, Junior or Senior

  • Park Center or Professional Studies Building Lots full academic year "C" permit $130 or
  • Park Center or Professional Studies Building Lots per semester "C" permit $65

Part time Undergraduate student (less than 12 credit hours) Sophomore, Junior or Senior

  • Park Center or Professional Studies Building Lots full academic year "C" permit $80 or
  • Park Center or Professional Studies Building Lots per semester "C" permit $40

Full time Graduate student (12 credits or more) 

  • Park Center or Professional Studies Building Lots full academic year "G" permit $130 or
  • Park Center or Professional Studies Building Lots per semester "G" permit $65

Note: After 4 p.m. "G" permits may park in any faculty/staff parking lots.

Part time Graduate student (less than 12 credits) 

  • Park Center or Professional Studies Lots full academic year "G" permit $80 or
  • Park Center or Professional Studies Lots per semester "G" permit $40

Note: After 4 p.m. "G" permits may park in any faculty/staff parking lots.

West Campus

  • The West Campus parking lot permits are included in the housing agreement with Residence Life & Housing. Residents living at West Campus will still need to register online, but a fee will not be charged.

Students with first class after 4 p.m. ONLY

  • Faculty/Staff Lots per semester "L" permit $30
  • If arriving before 4 p.m. students must park in the 281 parking lot (lot D-1)

Note: "L" permits must be renewed each semester.

Summer Session/Student Employee (5/14/18 through 8/17/18)

  • All student lots are open parking.  Other posted restrictions still in effect.
  • The lower two tiers of the Graham Ave (A9) lot are open parking.  The top tier of the lot remains parking by “valid “A” permit only.

Faculty and Staff Parking Registration Fees 

  • Faculty/Staff represented by a union and Management Confidential:
    Faculty/Staff Lots. Full year "A" permit $15
  • Full time faculty/staff not represented by a union $145 per year or
  • Part time faculty/staff not represented by a union $80 per year.

Vendor

  •  Faculty/Staff Lots. Full year vendor permit $45

Payment may be cash, American Express, Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card or a check made payable to SUNY Cortland.

The Parking Department and the University Police Department are responsible for issuing parking citations on campus roadways and campus parking lots.

Tickets may be paid online, at the Parking Department or at the Student Accounts Office  which is located on the third floor of the Miller Building. Current fines are $25 per ticket and will increase to $35 after 60 days, if not paid. Accessible parking violations are $100 per ticket and will increase to $110 after 60 days.

Pay Parking Fines Online

To pay tickets online students, faculty and staff will need to log on to the Parking Portal.

  • Select the ticket or search for tickets.
  • The Parking Department accepts Visa, MasterCard or Discover Card.

Visitors and others that do not have a myRedDragon account may pay parking tickets online.

Ticket Appeals

If you have received a ticket and you feel that you were not in violation, as shown on the ticket summons, you may appeal the ticket by filing an appeal. All appeals must be submitted within seven days from the date in which the ticket was issued. You may also appeal your ticket in person by making an appointment with the appeals committee. To make an appointment email or call the Parking Department.

Once the appeal has been submitted it will be reviewed by a panel and the decision will be e-mailed or mailed to you. All decisions are final.

Appeal a Parking Ticket Online

To appeal parking tickets online students, faculty and staff will need to log on to the Parking Portal and c hoose appeal a parking ticket.

Visitors or others that do not have a myRedDragon account may appeal parking tickets online.

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