Welcome to Washington State University!
Thank you for visiting our campus. We hope your visit to WSU is pleasant and productive. Our mission is to help get you where you need to be. Please refer to the visitor parking information below.
Disability Parking Access
Persons with disabilities that have special parking needs can click here to find out more about accessing our services.
Visitor Parking Permits
Visitor parking permits provide parking for most permit areas when permits are required. You can purchase a Parking Permit from the WSU Visitor Center located at 405 Stadium Way, near the corner of North Grand Avenue and Stadium Way, in Pullman between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday (weekends as posted), or at the Parking and Transportation Services building, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. The cost of a daily Visitor Permit is $5.48, plus tax..
Convenient Garage Options
Central Campus Parking is available 24 hours a day in the Smith Center Garage and the Terrell Library Garage. The Smith Center Garage is located just off Stadium Way near the Fine Arts Building in the middle of campus. To access the Terrell Library Garage, turn left from Stadium Way onto Colorado Street, just past Smith Gym, is the booth entrance on the left. These garages are available 24 hours a day on a payment-basis. If the cashier is not on duty, pre-purchase a parking permit from the permit vending machine located at the entrance to the parking garage. Please display this permit on the lower left hand (driver’s side) corner of your windshield.
Be Sure to Read the Signs!
Parking is enforced 24 hours a day, every day, so please make sure you park legally. After 5:00 p.m. some Parking Zones do not require permits. Areas where permits are required 24 hours a day include Disabled Parking Spaces, Service Access Spaces, and Fire Zones. Some zones require permits at all times. These zones include but are not limited to Gray, Crimson, and select Green Parking Zones. You can recognize these areas by the signs that say: "Permits Required At All Times" at the entrance to the parking lot. If your vehicle becomes inoperable, call our office to have your name added to the Inoperable Vehicle Log.
If you have any question about Parking on Campus, call Parking and Transportation Services
(509) 335-PARK (7275)
Any other source is unreliable!