Parking Information
Continuing Education

Our New Continuing Education Building (540 Arapeen Dr.)

For Osher course attendees: Our Continuing Education building in Research Park at 540 Arapeen Drive has plenty of free parking. We do ask that you display our free purple student parking permit on your rearview mirror while attending classes. These free permits will be supplied to you on the first day of class and are only valid in our lot (not anywhere else on campus).

For others: Free parking is available next to the building! No permit is required after 5pm!

Public Transit

We encourage you to take public transit to your Continuing Education class. If you are a student taking a for-credit course you may ride UTA for free with your University of Utah Student ID. Detailed information at UTA buses 3, 223, 313, 455, and 473 have stops next to the Continuing Education Building.

Sandy and St. George campuses

At the University of Utah sites in Sandy and St. George, parking is always free and available.

Thomas S. Monson Center

Parking is available in lots North and East of the Monson Center. Street parking is also available.

Main Campus

Parking on campus is challenging. Please consider using public transportation. Below, we've outlined parking options for our on-campus and off-campus, daytime and evening students. If you must drive and park, day and evening class instructions vary slightly. Please be aware that parking regulations change frequently; check posted signage carefully.

PLEASE NOTE: Commuter Services is open until 5:00 pm (rather than 6:00) Monday through Thursday, and closes at 4:00 pm on Fridays. Students who need evening parking passes must call before 5:00 to purchase a pass for the evening.

Students taking classes on campus should refer to the Commuter Services Parking Map for lot locations and permit designations. To purchase visitor or semester-long parking passes, please see the Commuter Services website. You can call them at 801-581-6415.

See Osher Lifelong Learning Institute specific parking information.

Visitor Parking Permit Options

Parking permits are required on campus Monday-Friday; parking is free in "A", "U", and "E" lots on Saturdays and Sundays. You will want to visit the Commuter Services website and review the permit options that best suit your class time.

All Commuter Services visitor parking passes can be purchased in person, over the phone at 801-581-6415, or online by creating an account with Commuter Services. No pass or tag is required for display–you register by using your license plate number which will be scanned by Commuter Services patrollers. You may purchase this tag for multiple days.

Please call us at 801-581-6461 if you have any questions or concerns.