Per the Vehicle Code, all faculty, staff, and students must register their vehicle(s) with the APU Department of Campus Safety. Vehicle registration and the resulting parking permit grant the user/owner the privilege to operate and park a vehicle on university owned or controlled properties. All vehicles not displaying a current and valid parking permit are subject to citation and/or tow.
To simplify the registration process, the Department of Campus Safety has developed a new online vehicle registration system. This is a more convenient and efficient method to submit your registration information. Once you register online, your parking permit will be mailed to you.
Please visit https://apu.thepermitstore.com to register your vehicle and read important parking, driving, and trolley information.
Azusa Pacific University, with the cooperation of the Azusa Police Department, is always looking to improve vehicle and pedestrian safety on and around campus. In recent years, we have experienced an increase in the number of pedestrian and vehicle violations on and around the campus at 901 East Alosta Avenue. The presence of these violations is not new, and they are destined to result in serious accidents if continued.
We will use campus publications, flyers, posters, and videos to warn APU students, faculty, and staff of the traffic hazards. Our intent is to promote safe practices for pedestrians and vehicles to follow while traveling to, from, and around campus.
For issues related to off-campus areas, please contact Azusa Police Department:
Azusa Police Department
725 N. Alameda Ave.
Azusa, CA 91702
Parking for Graduation and Move-out Day
APU expects above average vehicle and pedestrian traffic on campus during graduation and when students move out of campus housing. To ensure the safety and convenience of our community and guests, please observe all Vehicle Code policies in addition to the parking specifications detailed on the maps below. Should you have any questions, please contact the Department of Campus Safety.