Student Parking Permits
All graduate students, regardless of location and course load, are required to register their vehicles with the Department of Campus Safety. As required, a parking permit will be issued to the student and must be appropriately displayed to allow for parking at any of the APU facilities.
Complete Campus Safety’s online vehicle registration and you will receive your parking permit in the mail.
If you are earning your degree online, you do not need to register for a parking permit.
Parking permits are valid for the academic year (September–August).
Azusa Campus Graduate Parking Fee
- All graduate students attending the Azusa campus and registering a vehicle will be charged a parking fee that will be placed on their student account.
- View the current list of parking permit charges.
- Azusa campus parking permit fees are billed each fall and spring; there is no charge for summer parking.
- The parking fee does not apply to graduate students in intensive programs: Master of Fine Arts, the Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.), the Ph.D. in Higher Education, the Ed.D. in Higher Education Leadership, the Field-based M.A. in TESOL, and the Field-based Certificate in TESOL.
Business Hours in July
University offices will be closed on Thursday, July 4, and Friday, July 5.
Most offices will also close at noon on Friday, July 12, and Friday, July 19. Please keep these closures in mind as you make plans.