For Sunday’s Shocker men’s basketball game, a number of lots in the vicinity of Charles Koch Arena will be reserved for Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization parking beginning at 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 29. During this time, signage will be in place alerting drivers of the impending lot assignment changes.

Anyone previously parked in these lots will need to move their cars by 10 a.m. Any unauthorized parking in a game day lot carries a $50 citation fine.

Due to Tornado Alley Press’ Steamroller Event Friday, Oct. 27, a portion of Wushock Drive, between Fairmount Street and N. Isley Lane, will be closed shortly before 3 p.m. and will open back up around 7 p.m.

Sidewalk closure map

The sidewalk on the north side of Ablah Library will be closed the morning of Monday, Oct. 23 for an equipment delivery.

The sidewalk will be closed from Lot 13 on the east of Ablah Library to the northwest corner of Ablah Library. Cones and caution tape will be up for the duration of the delivery, and pedestrians are encouraged to walk around to the north side of Grace Wilkie Hall.

There will be temporary road closures along the north end of campus from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 21 for the Pumpkin Run. Most campus building and parking lots will be accessible from the entrances off 17th Street.

Vehicles parked in the Shocker Hall loading zone, Lot 8 and Lot 14 will not be allowed to leave the lots during the run for runner safety. Individuals and residents in these lots need to move their vehicles from these areas if they need to leave during that timeframe.

Lot 4 (The Flats) will be accessible through the south entrance of the Steve Clark YMCA parking lot. During the morning of the Pumpkin Run, please do not move any barricades or cones blocking a parking lot entrance.

Lot 20, west of Wilner Auditorium, will be closed from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5 for the 50-year Golden Graduate President’s Welcome Reception. All vehicles will need to be out of the lot prior to 4 p.m.

Lot 41, outside Woolsey Hall, will also be closed Thursday, Oct. 5 all day for multiple events at Woolsey.

Stalls that are normally open parking for faculty, staff and/or students in these lots are reserved for the visitors attending each of the events at the times designated, these do not include individual or department reserved stalls or handicap stalls within the event lots.

For WSU men’s basketball games, lots in the vicinity of Koch Arena will be reserved for Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization parking three hours before game time. On those occasions, signage will be in place the day of the game alerting drivers of the impending lot assignment changes.

Anyone previously parked in these lots will need to move their cars at this time.

Plan early for these events by visiting the men’s basketball parking page to view a map and list of game days and times and sign up for parking text alerts. Unauthorized parking in a game day lot carries a $50 fine.

There will be temporary road closures along the north end of campus for the Suspenders4Hope 5K from 7:30 to 10 a.m. Saturday Sept. 30.

Most campus buildings and parking lots will be accessible from the entrances off 17th Street. Vehicles parked in the Shocker Hall loading zone, Lot 8, Lot 4 and Lot 14 will not be allowed to leave the lots during the 5K for runner safety. Individuals and residents in these lots need to move their vehicles from these areas if they need to leave during this timeframe.

Lot 41, the lot near Woolsey Hall, will be closed until 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 13 for an event. The purpose of the lot reservations is to help accommodate large group of guests visiting campus for an event.

Wichita State affiliates are not to park in lots closed for a reservation and could be subject to a parking fine if they do. Red reserved and ADA stalls will still be available for their intended purpose on this day.

Food for Fines, September 5th through 8th

Food For Fines is an initiative to serve the population of Wichita State while supporting the Shocker Support Locker. During the week of Sept. 5, certain parking and traffic citations can be forgiven with a designated donation to the Shocker Support Locker.

Donations can be dropped off at the Student Government Association office in 219 Rhatigan Student Center.

For more information and details about the program and donation eligibility, visit the SGA website or email the student advocates at sga.gradadvocate@wichita.edu or sga.ugadvocate@wichita.edu

New parking signage at YMCA

Parking at the YMCA, Lot 40, is limited to two hours and is only available to those who are actively using the YMCA.

Citations will be issued to those who park for longer than two hours or use the parking lot while not in the YMCA. Because of ongoing unauthorized parking in the lot, fines will be doubled for those who receive a citation.

Thank you for your continued cooperation.