Student Parking

Ballots for 2014/2015 school year will be available from July 1-August 28, 2014

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There are a number of parking lots (approximately 1200 spaces) allocated for student parking at or near the University of Saskatchewan. In July and August (annually), the Student Parking Sale is conducted through PAWS as an Online Sale. A successful ballot wins the privilege of purchasing parking in a preferred choice of lots randomly selected by the online draw. Ballots are available July 1 - August 28, 2014 with the actual draw held on August 29, 2014 by a computer generated random draw.

Please.... remember you have paid (with your student registration) for a U-PASS which allows access to all Saskatoon Transit buses and that Parking and Transportation Services supports carpooling. To register, go to

RESIDENT STUDENTS DO NOT APPLY TO THE ONLINE SALE.  This includes Voyageur Place, McEown Park, College Quarter, Graduate House, Lutheran and Sheptypsky residences.  Please see Resident Student parking.

Parking Items of Interest

  • effective September 1 annually, permits are required in all lots. There is no free parking. If you do not have a permit, you must park in pay parking.
  • all student lots are "scramble" parking which means any vehicle displaying a valid permit for the designated lot, may park in any available proper parking stall within the lot. Vehicles must be parked nose in and parked to the left or right of the marker post, occupying only one stall. The hang type permit may be used on different vehicles, but must be properly displayed on rearview mirror (front facing and visibile through the windshield), when parking in the lot. The magnetic AVI tag must be attached to the windshield on the driver's side of the vehicle for gated student lots. If you forget your permit in another vehicle, you must find alternate parking. Student lots are enforced on a daily basis.
  • all fees and bylaws must be observed at all times. Please note the University bylaws prohibit parking on roadways and fire lanes among other things.
  • Night Parking, summer parking, motorcycle parking and other sustainable services such as carpooling and bicycle lockers are also available.