If you need to park on campus during nights and/or weekends, the Parking and Transportation's Night and Weekend Parking Permit (NW) may help reduce your parking costs.  Displaying the NW permit allows individuals to park in designated facilities on nights and weekends without additional charges.

What is Provided to Faculty, Staff, and Students:

Access to Hospital Ramps 1, 3, 4; the Field House Lot; Newton Road Ramp; North Campus Ramp; IMU Ramp; Library Lot; Lot 11; and Lot 14.

Weeknights:  Monday through Thursday from 4:30 PM to 8:30 AM the following morning

Weekends:    From 4:30 PM Friday to 8:30 AM Monday morning


Access to Lot 21 within the Pappajohn Business Building, Lot 13 (North and South sections), and some portions of Lots 2 and 29.

Weeknights:  Monday through Thursday from 4:30 PM to 7:30 AM the following morning

Weekends:    from 4:30 PM Friday to 7:30 AM Monday morning

For facility locations consult this map

Eligibility for the Permit:

Faculty and Staff


  • Available to University faculty and staff employed 50% or greater.

  • Available to employees that have no other University parking permit, except for motorcycle permits.

  • Available to employees participating in the Employee Bus Pass Program.

  • Available to all currently registered students who do not hold any University of Iowa daytime parking permit except for motorcycle permits.

  • Daytime permits include Student Day, Student Storage, Myrtle Law, Mayflower, Parklawn, Hancher, Finkbine or Hawkeye Permits.

Additional Charges That May Apply:

The NW permit provides access, at no additional cost, during the designated hours.  However patrons with NW permits entering facilities prior to 4:30 PM or leaving after the designated 7:30 AM or 8:30 AM exit times will be charged an additional fee and may also be subject to parking citations and/or towing.

Faculty/Staff Online Permit Application

Online Registration through ISIS


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Last modified: February 28, 2013