Employees and students who pre-pay for winter term parking with at least $88 will earn free parking during winter break (December 10 through January 4, 2019). Any unused balance rolls over to spring term and beyond. As always, you choose each day whether to park on campus or earn rewards when you use sustainable travel modes.
How does it work? Login (see below) to your account and pre-pay $88 or more on your parking account before Jan. 4. We'll monitor payment records and refund any parking fees incurred during the winter break on Jan. 4, 2019. Send questions to Parking Services.
We offer short- and long-term parking on and near our campus in Bend, Oregon. Please review our parking lot location map and the following permit information before your visit.
If you park in the lot on campus, a valid virtual permit is required Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Permits can be obtained for a fee online or at the kiosk located between Tykeson Hall and the Dining Hall. Your vehicle license plate serves as the permit and must be visible at all times; no physical permits are issued.
We encourage use of active transportation to support healthy lifestyles, reduce emissions, and save you money. Learn more about all travel options to our campus.
Please note that during snow events, the City of Bend may declare a "snow emergency" and restrict parking adjacent to the campus on Chandler Avenue. Sign up for email alerts or find more information on the City of Bend website.
Register your vehicle and choose from short-term, paid parking on campus or free daily parking in the long-term lot.
Carpooling employees and students can get free parking - learn more.
First-time users, register your vehicle:
Registered users, log in to purchase a virtual permit:
Please coordinate with your group host (an OSU-Cascades employee) to arrange group parking in advance of your visit. If you do not have an OSU-Cascades contact, please contact our Transportation Program Manager.
University Standard 07-025 governs the use of vehicles, the use of non-motorized transportation, and parking, on Oregon State University (“university”) property.