Visitors and Guests
Visitor, Guest, and Special Event Parking
Visitors and Guests may park in the following lots (see the Lake Shore Campus map for exact locations) by paying with cash, credit, or purchasing a vehicle pass.
Vehicle passes can be purchased at the Lake Shore Campus (LSC) Campus Transportation office, located in the Main Parking Structure.
|Parking Lot||Lot Upkeep Fee||Accepted Forms of Payment|
|Main Parking Structure (P1)||$7.00||Credit Card, Cash (bills only, no coins), Rambler Bucks|
|Fordham Garage (P2)||$5.00||Credit Card, Cash (bills only, no coins), Rambler Bucks|
Visitor lots close at 2:00 a.m. No overnight parking is allowed in the Main Parking Structure or Fordham Garage.
Short-term, Overnight Parking is allowed in the Northend Lot for $5.00 per night. Permits expire at Noon (12:00 p.m.) the following day. Overnight Permits can be purchased at the Campus Transportation office. Overnight Permits must be displayed in the vehicle at all times.
There are NO RETURNS for Overnight Parking Permits. Short-term constitutes 2 weeks or less of parking. Monthly parking is NOT available for purchase.
Validation and Special Event Parking
Validation requests should be submitted to the Campus Transportation office at least 48 hours in advance by the sponsoring department head, director, dean, vice president, or their associates. To request validations for a Loyola campus event, click here. Please note that your budget number will be charged $7 Lot Upkeep Fee per vehicle.
Special Event parking requests should be submitted at least 7 days in advance. This time is needed to coordinate the numerous parking requests received. Please contact the Campus Transportation office with all Special Event requests and questions at 773-508-7036, or via email at email@example.com.
Loyola University and Contractor Vehicles
Contractors working on campus must coordinate their parking needs with the Campus Transportation office. Contractors will not be given priority over students, faculty or staff. Loyola does not include parking when awarding contracts.