Faculty & Staff

Dartmouth offers a number of parking options for faculty and staff, all of which can be paid for via payroll deduction. Please review the parking rates below before purchasing a permit online at Parking.Dartmouth.edu.

Click here for parking permit descriptions.

Parking Rates 

Faculty/Exempt staff full-time

  • Green Permit Monthly: $36.52
  • Tan Permit Monthly: $27.32

Faculty/Exempt staff part-time*

  • Green Permit Monthly: $18.31
  • Annual Tan Permit: $13.71

Non-exempt/Service/Union full-time

  • Green Permit Bi-weekly: $7.33
  • Tan Permit Bi-weekly: $5.47

Non-exempt/Service/Union Staff part-time*

  • Green Permit Bi-weekly: $3.66
  • Tan Permit Bi-weekly: $2.78

Second Shift employees**

  • Green Permit Bi-weekly: $3.66

Emeritus

  • Annual Green Permit: $175.89

Carpool (2-employees)***

  • Green Permit Monthly/Bi-weekly: $7.33/$3.66
  • Tan Permit Monthly/Bi-weekly: $5.56/$2.78

Carpool (3-employees) ***

  • Green Permit: free
  • Tan Permit: free

Reserved Parking Space (limited access)

  • Reserved Parking Monthly: $155

Daily Parking

  • Daily Fee: $4

Thompson Lot

  • FREE

Dewey Lot

  • FREE

Lewiston Lot

  • FREE

Channing Cox Lot

  • Channing Cox Permit Monthly/Bi-weekly: $46.81/$23.41

CECS Parking Garage (Gated access passcard required)

  • Reserved Space with Card Access Monthly/Bi-weekly: $155/$77.50
  • General Card Access Monthly/Bi-weekly: $100/$50

Borwell Lot at DHMC

  • Borwell Permit monthly: $36.52

* Part-time Faculty and Staff have a work week of 20 hours or less
** Second Shift begins work after 11:00 am
*** Carpool priced per Dartmouth employee. 3-Dartmouth employee carpools can park for free in a dedicated parking space reserved in the core campus.

Motorcycles

There is an annual $5 motorcycle registration and permit fee.  Motorcycles must be registered with Transportation Services to park anywhere on Dartmouth property.

New Employees

Prior to the first day of work, new employees should contact Transportation Services via email or call (603) 646-2340 to arrange for temporary parking. Also on our webpage is information under the Green Commute tab about free commuter transit options.

New employees who park on campus the first day and have not contacted Transportation Services in advance, should do so without delay to avoid receiving a parking citation. A representative is available by phone and email, 8am – 4pm, Monday through Friday.

By the second day of work, new employees will be able to order a permanent parking permit from the online portal. New employees are assigned to the Dewey Lot, where there is a shuttle run by Advance Transit available for rides to and from the core campus and downtown Hanover.

Channing Cox, Green, and Thompson parking permits are currently unavailable, but new employee can join a waitlist for each permit type, which is available using the online parking portal.

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