A new parking ePermit has been created specifically for Shocker Hall residents for the upcoming school year. These ePermits run $75 per semester and are on sale now both online in your parking portal with a credit or debit card or in person at Parking Services with cash or check (you can visit the inside lobby or the drive thru). This ePermit will allow Shocker Hall residents parking in all student parking lots with the exception of lots 1, 2W, 2N, 2E and 22.

Questions about parking on campus can be emailed to wsuparking@wichita.edu.

Research Place, near Wichita State Connect and the WSU Police Department, will be closed while Facility Services begins repainting starting Monday, July 8. Work is expected to last until Thursday, July 11.

Road markings across campus will then be repainted through July 19, weather permitting.

Fairmount Street, North Yale Avenue and Mike Oatman Drive will be restriped at a later date. Stay tuned in the newsletter for more information.

Parking garage at Wichita State

The parking garage add-on ePermit for fall 2024 will go on sale at 8:30 a.m. Monday, July 1. Any current ePermit holder is eligible to purchase this add-on for $50. The add-on will allow ePermit holders to park on floor two, the ramp to three, floor three and the ramp to four without having to pay the hourly rate.

This ePermit is for sale in person at the Parking Services building, in person in the lobby or in the drive thru on the north side of the building. Payment is to be with cash or check only and a limited amount of these ePermits will be made available. You must have a current ePermit on file or you will be required to buy one at the time of the add-on purchase.

For questions on the add-on or parking in general, email wsuparking@wichita.edu or call 316-978-5526.

Map of Mike Oatman Drive closure

Mike Oatman Drive, between Eck Stadium and the Marcus Welcome Center, will be closed for road construction starting Monday, July 1. The road is expected to re-open later in the month.

Lot 41, the parking lot near Woolsey Hall, will be closed starting at 3 p.m. Thursday, June 13 for an event in the building. Faculty and staff that typically park in this lot will need to vacate the lot at that time. The YMCA lot is not available for faculty, staff or event guest parking and could result in a citation. Green student lots are open and free for parking in the summer.

The purpose of lot reservations is to help accommodate large groups of guests visiting campus for events. Lot reservations are not to be used for WSU affiliates. Remember, visitors to campus can park without an ePermit up to three times each semester.

Red reserved and ADA stalls are not subject to lot closures and proper use is permitted during this time.

Lots 9W and 9E, the parking lots along 17th Street near Ahlberg Hall, will be closed Friday, June 14 and Monday, June 17 for orientation. Students that typically park in these lots will need to park in other green lots at this time.

Red reserved and ADA stalls are not subject to lot closures and proper use is permitted during this time. Green lots are open for the summer, all other lots are still enforced.

Lots 9W and 9E, the parking lots along 17th Street near Ahlberg Hall, will be closed Friday, June 6 for orientation. Students that typically park in these lots will need to park in other green lots at this time.

Red reserved and ADA stalls are not subject to lot closures and proper use is permitted during this time. Green lots are open for the summer, all other lots are still enforced.

The state of Kansas recently began issuing new license plates that include four numbers and three letters. If you have a new license plate, please update your information in the parking portal, which can be found in your myWSU under “ePermits,” to avoid a citation.

You cannot edit your current listing; you must delete it and add the new one. If you have questions, email wsuparking@wichita.edu or call 316-978-5526.

The map of the section of campus near Cessna Stadium and Devlin Hall, showing Yale Avenue highlighted in green with yellow lines depicting blocked entrances on all sides

Yale Avenue, between 21st Street and Perimeter Road, will be closed for road construction starting the evening of Monday, May 27. The road is expected to re-open in early June.

WSU will host participants and attendees for the 5A state baseball and softball and state track events starting Thursday, May 23 through May 25. These events bring a large amount of visitors to campus and parking will be congested around Eck Stadium, Wilkins Stadium and Cessna Stadium.

Faculty, staff, students and partners are encouraged to plan accordingly and arrive early if they come to campus during this time frame. Summer parking will be in effect at this time; unless noted with signage, all green lots will be free and open parking.