Parking Signs

Parking and Alternatives

For those who want a campus parking pass, note that parking is NOT included in your Renaissance membership! The University has granted members parking on campus on Fridays and Saturdays at a cost of $20/per permit for the Academic Year.

Print out one of the parking forms and fill it out. Follow the instructions carefully!. You can mail it with your renewal to the Renaissance office, but note that the Parking Check must be made out to UTAPS! Once you have your Renaissance membership card, you can alternatively get your parking pass directly from the CSUS University Transportation and Parking Services (UTAPS).

Parking Rules

You must display your Renaissance Society Parking Permit while parking on campus. Your permit is a sticker that should be put in your car's lower-right windshield. Put it there right when you receive it, as it is small and thin and easy to misplace.
If you have a California Disabled Placard, you may park in any disabled parking place, but you must display both your Renaissance Society parking permit and your Disabled Placard.

Where to Park: You may park in spaces for Faculty/Staff or Student and in Parking Structures I, II, and III. You may also park in spaces reserved for Car Pooling after 11 a.m.
Where you may NOT Park:In Speech and Hearing, Administrative Parking, Residence Hall Parking, or any space requiring a Special Permit (B.Z. - Business Zone, C.V. - College Visitor); or in 15-Minute or 30-minute spaces for longer than the time limit. See this map for places to park.

If you come to campus on days other than Fridays, you can purchase a daily permit for $6. Daily permits are only valid in student parking lots. Daily permits can be purchased with cash or credit card in all parking lots and at the Visitor Information Booths at either end of the campus. You can also purchase a $3 pass that is good for two hours, if your visit is a short one.

Parking rules are enforced 24 hours a day, seven days a week, year-round. Be careful how you park; tickets have been given out for cars parked on the parking space line!
If you believe you have received a citation in error, you can appeal online or go to the (UTAPS) Office, 7667 Folsom Blvd., where you can file an appeal. Sac State will perform an administrative review of a contested parking citation if the appeal is made within 21 days of the issuance of the citation or within 14 days of the mailing of the notice of delinquent parking violation.

PLEASE NOTE: Neither the Renaissance Society or UTAPS is responsible for lost or stolen parking permits.

Other Ways To Get To Campus

Sacramento Regional Transit's Light Rail stops close to campus at University and 65th. See Regional Transit for schedules.

You can also ride the CSUS Hornet Shuttle with your Renaissance Membership Card. It has several routes. Check the Hornet Shuttle for schedules.

Consider carpooling! Ask around in your seminars. Look in the Renaissance Directory for people who live in your ZIP code.