Garage parking, surface parking and a shuttle service provide options for commuting students, faculty and staff.

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Parking News and Updates

See below for the latest parking updates and permit sale information.


***Resident Student Garage and Commuter Day Permits are SOLD OUT - Surface and Evening Garage Permits are still available***

Apply online to purchase 2014-2015 student parking permits.  Apply early since Commuter Day permits and Resident Garage permits are limited and based on a first come, first serve basis. 

Students opting to pick up their permits rather than having them mailed can pick them up in person at the Parking Office. (Allow 2 business days for processing, and you must have valid ID).

Resident Freshman Parking

Parking permits for freshman resident students are now being offered for the upcoming 2014 fall semester.

Brottier Residents

Only Brottier residents requesting the Brottier Garage must complete a paper application. Applications can be downloaded now.

Graduate and Teaching Assistants

Graduate and Teaching Assistants need to complete a paper application and submit it with a copy of their contract. Applications can be downloaded now.

2014-2015 Student Permit Expiration Dates

J permits expire January 1, 2015
M permits expire May 16, 2015
A permits expire August 17, 2015

For any further information, please contact Parking and Traffic Management at 412-396-5267.

Students are asked to apply for permits early as garage space is limited, and permits are issued on a first come, first served basis.

South Side Shuttle Passes

Apply here to purchase your Fall 2014 South Side Shuttle Pass. Passes are $100 per semester and not transferable.
The South Side shuttle is scheduled to arrive at Duquesne University approximately every 15 - 20 minutes!
Shuttle operations will follow the academic calendar (no weekends, breaks or holidays).

• Monday through Friday

• 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

• A second bus will be added during the peak ride time of 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

View or print a schedule. Review the map and route.