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Permits > Disabled parking on campus
All parking on the Washington University campus is
permit parking. All vehicles parking on University property must
display a valid Washington University parking permit.
Members of the University community who believe they
require temporary disabled parking may seek authorization for use
of the designated disabled parking spaces on campus. The University
marks and designates disabled parking according to federal and state
Disabled parking is located near each campus building
and is clearly indicated on the campus
parking map. Only those with state-issued disabled plates or
placards and a paid Washington University permit or pass may use
disabled spaces on campus. If the designated disabled parking spaces
are occupied, an individual displaying the appropriate permits may
park in the closest or most convenient legal parking space, regardless
Authorization for use of disabled parking must be
displayed one of two ways:
1). The display of a valid WU parking permit AND a
valid disabled placard or plate issued through the Department of
2). The display of a valid WU parking permit AND a
valid temporary disabled parking placard issued by WU Parking &
- Disabled parking will be granted by WU on a temporary
basis only, defined as twelve weeks or less. Students, faculty,
and staff with long-term needs should apply for state-issued authorization
through the (DOR).
- Students, faculty, and staff who have been granted
temporary status through WU must be notified that the authorization
is only for parking in disabled spaces located on WU property.
- WU-authorized disabled parking must be certified
by the Director of Student Health Services (SHS) or his/her designee.
This certification must include an expiration date encompassing
a period not greater than 12 weeks.
- WU-authorized disabled parking shall be valid for
no more than 12 weeks. The tag may be re-certified by SHS for
one additional 12-week period. After the re-certified tag has
expired, authorization from the DOR must be sought by the individual
to continue to utilize disabled parking on campus.
- WU-issued disabled parking tags should be kept
at a minimum so that there are a sufficient number of disabled
spaces available to holders of DOR tags.
Student Health Services: Student Health Services (SHS),
formerly Student Health and Counseling Services, is located in the
Terrace Level of Forsyth House on the South 40 Residential Area.
SHS offers services thru Medicine Services, Mental Health Services,
and Health Promotion Services. For information regarding hours,
visit http://shs.wustl.edu. For
appointments, call 314-935-6666.