Contact the Office of Public Safety (NOVALERT - Hotline) 24 hours/7 days a week for emergency or non-emergency situations at (954) 262-8999.
Resident Students can park in their assigned Residential parking lot 24/7.There is no parking permitted on campus for Resident Students, except for:
Faculty and staff can park in any surface lot or parking garage where there are no specified “Reserved spaces”. For more information on reserved spaces please contact the Public Safety Department at firstname.lastname@example.org
Staff/Faculty who obtain their vehicle permits for other campuses other than Broward and Tampa Bay (no fee permit) will have to pay when coming to NSU Broward and Tampa Bay campuses and park in any lot/garage. Students can park at any campus, including NSU Broward and Tampa Bay, however, Students need to make sure they register their vehicles and obtain their student permits.
Yes, you can use the PayByPhone application (pay by license plate) on any accessed lot, or you can park on lots where there is also (in addition to PayByPhone) multi-space parking meters. If you visit these campuses frequently, you may wish to consider purchasing a paid student vehicle permit for these locations.
You must contact the One Stop Shop located at the Horvitz Administration building or Terry building to report your vehicle permit as lost or stolen. Two or more vehicle permit replacements within the same school year have a cost of $25 per permit.
Yes, anytime you purchase a new license plate, please contact the One Stop Shop to update your information/registration.
Parking enforcement is 24 hours / 7 days a week.
Any citations that you dispute must go through the citation appeal process. Appeal Committee members are the only individuals allowed to determine fault and render judgments on citation appeals. Lack of knowledge of NSU Traffic and Parking Policies is not an acceptable justification to appeal a parking citation.
Yes, however, only one vehicle at a time is allowed to park on NSU property at any given time.
No. based on current IRS regulations, the employee parking fees paid through payroll deduction will be reflected on employee pay stubs as an after-tax deduction from wages.
Per IRS Publication 463, “Fees you pay to park at your place of work are nondeductible commuting expenses.” Employees should always consult their tax advisor about their personal income taxes.
As an adjunct faculty, you do not pay for the permit. when you go register your vehicle the form will ask for your adjunct credentials and the form will have the box to mark adjunct.
No, the permit fee of $200/year is the same for all NSU employees, contractors/vendors.
If you do not drive a vehicle and park on campus (ie; carpool, dropped off) you do not have to get a permit.
You will not be charged both. You only pay the Student Activity Fee.
It is required by all NSU employees who operate or park a motor vehicle on NSU Campus to have a parking permit by July 1st, 2019.
Downtown employees will be sent a separate memo regarding the impact of the parking fee.
Yes, it is part of the Ft. Lauderdale/Davie campus.
Students and staff members may submit their completed Parking Permit Application to the local financial aid counselor. Consultants/contractors and vendors, as well as staff members who wish to pay the $200 annual fee in full up front, must first submit payment so that they may present proof of payment along with their completed Parking Permit Application and copy of their vehicle registration at the financial aid office in exchange for a 2020 parking permit.
Staff members not signing up for automatic payroll deduction may contact the Office of the University Bursar by telephone at (954) 262-5200 to submit their payment. They may also submit payment online using NSU eBill.
Contractors must have their NSU ID to call the bursar’s office at (954) 262-5200 to submit payment. Without an NSU ID, payment will not be processed.