Murray Residence, Food Service,
Maintenance, Reserve, Residence Village, Henley and Bartilucci, off
Permits are issued from the Public Safety office in person.
Residence village permits are determined by the Dean of Residence
Life. Once the determination is finalized, a list of eligible
resident students is forwarded to Public Safety. These permits are
not available to freshmen or sophomores. Eligible students, on
assigned designated dates, will be able to pick up their permit at
the Public Safety office.
Commuter Students, Faculty Members and
Commuter student, faculty and employee parking permits can be
applied for online starting August 1 by visiting the University Web
page at www.stjohns.edu and then by following the instructions
Click on the “Login UIS” in the lower left hand corner.
- Click on “Log-In” under Login UIS located left side of the Web
- Users then will be instructed to enter their User ID and PIN.
Use University X number as User ID and birth date (MMDDYY) for the
Pin. For advanced users, Pin may be different because they have
already changed it.
- In the next page, click “Personal Information.”
- In the following page, click “Parking Permit Application” and
follow the on-screen instructions.
All permits will be mailed directly to applicant’s home address
within five to seven business days.
If users have used the UIS application before and have forgotten
their PIN, they can click on the “Forgot PIN” button and follow the
on-screen instructions. PIN can also be reset by calling the
University Call Center at (718) 990-1198.
Should there be a need to speak to the Bursar or Financial Aid
Offices, please dial
Off-Campus House Parking:
Seton Complex, DePaul House, Henley Road and Bartilucci permits are
issued from the Public Safety office in person. These permits are
determined by the department senior administrators. Once the
determination is finalized, a list of eligible University members
(e.g., students, employees, administrators) is forwarded to Public
Safety. Note: Same Parking Rules and Regulations apply when using
Seton Complex, DePaul House and Henley permits on campus.
Bartilucci permit daily hours of validity is 6 a.m. – 11 p.m.
All visitors are requested to obtain and display a valid permit.
Visitor permits can be obtained either at the Information Booth at
Gate 1 (refer to the map on the back) or at the Public Safety
office. Visitor permits are valid from the date of issuance to the
date of expiration indicated on the permit.
Overnight Permits (For Residence
Village Guests Only):
Guests of a resident student may obtain an overnight permit for up
to three consecutive nights. In order to receive the permit, the
resident student (of the guest) needs to bring his or her own
University StormCard. The guest must also be present with a valid
picture ID such as State issued ID and Driver’s License. The fee
for this permit is $10 and will be posted to the corresponding
resident student’s (host) account. There is no fee for guests who
are University members.
The University requires all vehicles parking in handicap parking
areas to display a valid University permit (e.g., employee,
student, faculty permit) in ADDITION to a State handicap permit or
handicap license plate. Every vehicle parked in a handicap area or
using a handicap permit for parking must be the valid owner of the
State handicap permit or license plate may be obtained by
visiting the New York State DMV Web site at: www.nydmv.state.ny.us/broch/c34.htm
— then follow the on-screen instructions.
In short, both University permit and State handicap permit or
handicap license plate are required to park in designated handicap
Temporary Handicap Permits:
A temporary University handicap permit may be obtained for up to
two weeks only by visiting the Public Safety office. Upon visiting,
the applicant needs to submit valid medical documents or doctor’s
note which indicates that the applicant has established physical
limitations. In addition, a valid University StormCard is required.
Public Safety will NOT accept any substitute forms or letters.
Failure to display a handicap hangtag for any reason — will result
in a parking violation with NO APPEAL.
Because Public Safety issues temporary handicap permits for only
a two-week interval, it is recommended to visit the New York State
DMV Web site to obtain a State handicap permit or license plate
upon one’s need. For more information, go to: www.nydmv.state.ny.us/broch/c34.htm
Permits for Summer School
Permits for summer school students are issued by the Public Safety
office in person with a valid StormCard between the hours of 8 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m. on Monday – Friday. Existing University students can
follow the same online procedures as stated under the Commuter
Student section (Page 1).