FAQ

Every Resident Student, Commuter Student, Faculty/Staff member, Guest and Visitor is required to register their vehicle to receive a parking permit.

All Residential Guests on campus must have their vehicle registered as a guest vehicle through the goStockton portal and must display a vehicle guest pass while parked in the designated lot.

Guests of Faculty and Staff must contact the Parking and Transportation by emailing parktrans@stockton.edu. You will receive an email confirmation as well as a printable dashboard placard for your guest.

Parking at Stockton University is free of charge with the exception of the reserved Auxiliary Lot and the Lakeside Lane Lot.

To register your vehicle and receive your parking permit hangtag please visit www.stockton.edu/parking, or go on the GoStockton portal. You will need to provide the following information in order to register:

  • Your university portal log in information
  • Your Z number
  • The address you wish to have the permit hangtag mailed to
  • Your vehicle(s) make, model, year, color, license plate and license state
  • The name the vehicle is registered under

You may register 3 vehicles, however you will receive 1 hangtag. If you change vehicles, don’t forget to transfer your hang tag.

Parking lots will be designated for Residential, Commuter or Faculty/Staff parking Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and Friday’s 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. unless otherwise directed. Residential lots are for residential students only.

  • Lot 0- Commuter/Faculty/Staff
  • Lot 1- Commuter/Faculty/Staff
  • Lot 2- Commuter/Faculty/Staff
  • Lot 3- Commuter/Faculty/Staff
  • Lot 4- Commuter/Faculty/Staff
  • Lot 5- Commuter/Faculty/Staff
  • Lot 6- Commuter/Faculty/Staff
  • Lot 7- Commuter/Faculty/Staff
  • Lot 8- Residential Only
  • Lot 9 (Pomona Road by athletic fields)- Commuter/Residential/Faculty/Staff
  • North Lot- Residential, Commuter and Faculty/Staff overflow
  • Heather/Greenbriar Lot – Residential Only
  • Maple Lot- Residential Only
  • Kerria Lot- Residential Only
  • Ivy Lot- Residential Only
  • South Lot- Residential Only
  • West Lot - Residential Only
Please visit the shuttlebus link of the Parking and Transportation webpage for the most up to date information regarding shuttle buses. Also, it is advised that you download the mobile app to your phone to track the shuttle buses in real time.
Students who dorm at Seaview or Chris Gaupp will receive a Residential Student permit.
Yes, outside of the hours Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and Fridays 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. resident students are allowed to park in Lots 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 unless otherwise directed.
Yes. The residential parking regulations will not prohibit you from parking in a marked handicapped spot in any lot at any time of the day. You must still register your vehicle and display a residential parking permit.
Please contact the Parking and Transportation Department by emailing parktrans@stockton.edu to make arrangements for a replacement permit. You will be asked to sign a form stating that your previous permit has been lost and you will receive another for a $25 replacement charge.
Report the missing permit to the Parking and Transportation Department immediately by emailing parktrans@stockton.edu. You may obtain another permit from the Parking and Transportation Department, as soon as possible. It is your obligation to ensure the permit is properly displayed on your vehicle when you park in a residential lot at all times.
You may pay your fines at the Bursar’s Office located in the Campus Center Room 202.
Yes, if it is registration time for classes or for Residential Life Housing, any unpaid bill, such as a parking citation must be paid or you will not be able to register. If your appeal is approved, your account will be credited accordingly. It is important that you also go online and view your student account regularly.
You must immediately remove your Residential Student Permit/Sticker from your vehicle and contact the Parking and Transportation Department at parktrans@stockton.edu for an exchange to a Commuter Permit.
You must remove the Residential Permit from your vehicle. If you are still a Commuter Student you must bring your Residential Permit to the Parking and Transportation Office and exchange it for a Commuter Permit.
Call the Parking and Transportation Office at x5534 or email them at parktrans@stockton.edu and notify them of the temporary change.