Parking for temporary impairments:
T1 Eisenhower Deck
Penn State provides accessible parking on campus. If a student needs to use an accessible parking space while on campus, the student must obtain and display, a standard Penn State parking permit and a state-issued accessible parking placard.
The student must meet the states criteria to receive a temporary placard for accessible parking. Penn State is not authorized to issue accessible parking placards. Accessible parking placards must, therefore, be obtained from the students state of residence.
Penn State parking Permit:
Penn State parking permits may be obtained from the Parking Office. Be advised that the rate to park on central campus is substantially higher than the rate to park in lots that are located on the perimeter of campus (i.e., near Beaver Stadium, and the Jordan Center).
State-issued Parking Placard:
Accessible parking placards must be issued by the students' state of residence.
If a student is a Pennsylvania resident: The application form for temporary parking placards can be found at http://www.dmv.state.pa.us/forms/. The students' health care provider will need to complete the MV-145A form. The student will need to provide the Penn State Parking Office with a copy of the completed and approved form.
If you are not a Pennsylvania resident: The student will need to acquire an application form for temporary parking placards from their state of residence. The student's health care provider will need to complete the required information on the application form. The student or their health care provider will need to submit the form to the appropriate state office. The student will need to provide the Penn State Parking Office with a copy of the completed and approved form.