Parking Permit Program
All staff and students must display a Parking Permit in their vehicle windscreen if they wish to park on University grounds.
Only one Parking Permit is issued to each staff member and student; although you are allowed to nominate a second vehicle if you own multiple or share transportation with your partner/family however the details of the second vehicle must be included in your parking permit application otherwise swapping between two vehicles is strictly prohibited.
If you are found sharing your Parking Permit with a vehicle which does not match your application, Campus Security may contact you to confirm the owner of the car and the situation which has resulted in the Parking Permit being displayed on an unknown vehicle.
To apply for an SCU Parking Permit you are required to complete the online form below. This form will request the following:
- Your Name and Contact Details
- SCU ID Number
- Vehicle Make, Model, Colour and Registration
If you have any issues accessing the Parking Permit form or are unsure whether your request has been submitted correctly, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parking Permit FAQs
No, you will not receive a confirmation email.
After successfully completing your application for a Parking Permit, please present to one of the following collection locations:
- Gold Coast: Security Office, Building A Student Services Hub
- Lismore: Security Gatehouse, X Block Student Services Hub
- Coffs Harbour: M Block Student Services Hub
- National Marine Science Centre: NMSC Level 3 Reception
Yes, if you are a SCU student or staff member you will need to apply for a parking permit by registering the vehicle to drive and park on our Southern Cross University campuses.
No. If they are onsite for numerous weeks/months then it would be recommended however if it is only for a couple of days then it is not required.
No, SCU parking permits (red & blue) are only for SCU staff, students and some selected tenants.
No, not unless there is a serious concern about the vehicle or the way it is parked.