Parking Services is closed
Since the University is now closed, Parking Services has notified all student parking permit holders that the April portion of their parking permit will be refunded. Please note that NO action by you is required to receive your refund.
For permits paid by credit card, the refund will be returned to the card used for purchase. Cash or debit payments will be refunded via cheques issued by the University and mailed. Due to the large volume, the April fee refund may take some time to process.
Because of the COVID-19 situation, Parking Services will be closed until further notice.
Should you require parking on campus, complimentary parking is available in U lot until April 30 and will be updated accordingly. If you are a current permit holder, you may park in any staff or student parking lot located closest to your building.
Please continue to check back here for updates. To contact us, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Emails will be checked on a regular basis, but due to high volume, there is a wait time for responses.
Parking Services thanks you for your consideration at this time.
Student parking permits explained
Student parking operates through a virtual permit system. Parking privileges are assigned to your parking account and are verified using license plate recognition software. In other words, your license plate is your permit. Parking permits are assigned for specific lots on a "scramble" basis—you will not be assigned to an individual parking stall. In order to park in a reserved lot on weekdays between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., your license plate must be linked to a valid permit.
Assignment to a specific lot does not guarantee that a space will always be available. If your lot is full, please park in U Lot or Q Lot and notify us immediately by calling 204-474-9483. Please note that parking permits are not available for students on the Bannatyne campus. However, you can visit the Health Sciences Bookstore to pick up a free evening and weekend permit for E lot.
Accessible parking permits
To apply for an accessible parking permit, you will need to fill out an accessible parking application form and provide a valid permit from the Society for Manitobans with Disabilities (SMD). Accessible permits are not assigned to a specific lot, but can be used in any accessible stall on campus.
Motorcycle and moped parking
Motorcycles, motor scooters, and mopeds are considered to be motor vehicles and require parking permits, which are available on a monthly basis
Rates and flexible options (Fort Garry campus)
General commuter and resident student parking permits cost $600.00 for the 2019-2020 academic year.
If you're only on campus part time, you can consider applying for a flexible permit, which will let you park in Q lot on either Monday, Wednesday and Friday or Tuesday and Thursday.
- Monday/Wednesday/Friday permits cost $400.00 for the 2019-2020 academic year.
- Tuesday/Thursday permits cost $280.00 for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Although flexible permits are now sold out, you can request to be put on the flexible parking permit waitlist. Please email email@example.com with your student number and a request for either the Mon/Wed/Fri permit or the Tue/Thu permit. Once a space becomes available, we will notify you by email.
Parking rates and refunds are pro-rated based on when you receive or cancel your parking permit.
Weekend, holiday and evening parking (after 4:30 pm), with the exception of Investors Group Field event days, is free in most lots except for N lot, the University Parkade and other locations as marked.
Managing your account
You can link up to four license plates to your parking permit, but only one vehicle per permit can be in your assigned lot at any given time. To add a vehicle to your permit, please log in to the parking portal.
Though you can add other drivers you carpool with to your permit, you cannot transfer your permit to another person.
Cancelling your parking permit
To cancel your parking pass, Download the student parking cancellation form (PDF) and save to your device. Once you complete the form, click on the SUBMIT button to send via email.
If the button does not work for you, copy the completed form and email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your permit will be valid until the end of the month in which you submit your cancellation.
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University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus)
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada