Student Parking and Fees

Parking designation Parking hours Locations Fee (per academic year)
General parking (Commuters) 7 a.m. – midnight Broadway Facility, levels 1–3
240th St.
Graduate assistants (Commuters) 7 a.m. – midnight Broadway Facility, levels 1–3
240th St.
Overnight, Broadway Facility 24 hours Broadway Facility, levels 4 & 5           $740
Overnight, Overlook Garage 24 hours Overlook Garage for residents           $960

In addition to completing a parking-permit application, available at the public safety office, you must provide photocopies of the following documents on a single 8 ½ x 11 page:

  • Student ID
  • Drivers license
  • Vehicle registration

Copying is not available at the Public Safety office.

After you’ve filled out the parking-permit application and attached your copies of the required documents, make the appropriate payment at the Student Financial Services office. Applications will not be processed and your reservation canceled if payment AND required documents are not received by the Public Safety office.

Student Parking Flyer
MC Map


Summer & Winter Inter-Session 24-Hour Parking Fees

Overnight, Broadway Facility 24 hours Broadway Facility levels 4 & 5 $ 93 per month
Overnight, Overlook Facility 24 hours Overlook Facility for Residents $120 per month

Non-matriculated Student Parking Flyer

Evening Student Parking

Evening students in graduate or SCPS programs who wish to use the Manhattan College parking facilities must register their car(s) at the Public Safety office free of charge, with the exception of graduate assistants (see Student Parking and Fees section). Evening students may park in the Manhattan College parking facility (Garage) after 4p.m., and in all general parking lots after 4:30 p.m. only.

When applying for a Manhattan College parking permit, you may either come in person or submit request via email.

  • To request in person, you must visit the public safety office located in Jasper Hall first floor. Office hours are Monday to Friday, 9am to 4:30pm. The owner’s current state registration form must be shown. Students must also present a current Manhattan College ID. Permits will not be issued without proper identification and registration certificates.
  • To request via email, you must send the below information to
    • Student Name
    • College ID Number (9-dight number)
    • License Plate Number
    • Vehicle Make/Model
    • Vehicle Color
    • Vehicle Year
    • Vehicle State

After registration process is complete, the Public Safety office will provide a green hang tag that is to be placed only on the back of the rearview mirror. Hang tag must be clearly displayed at all times.