Parking & Traffic Guidelines
Parking at the Westchester Campuses
Parking is only available on the Pleasantville and White Plains Law School campuses. All students, faculty, staff, contract employees and visitors must display a valid parking permit or temporary hang tag and are obligated to adhere to the University’s parking regulations (PDF) at all times while on campus.
Parking is limited and obtaining a parking permit does not guarantee the availability or location of a parking space. The responsibility for finding a legal parking space rests with the motor vehicle operator. Lack of space is not a valid reason for violating Pace University’s parking regulations.
To request a parking permit or appeal a citation visit the Pace University Parking Portal.
Questions about parking and traffic at Pace University may be directed to email@example.com.
- Resident Upperclassman Students (Westchester Campuses)
- Commuter Students (Westchester Campuses)
- Resident First Year/Freshman Parking Policy (Pleasantville Campus)
- Faculty/Staff/Contract Employees (Westchester Campuses)
- Visitors (Westchester Campuses)
Parking permits for the Pleasantville and White Plains Law School campuses expire August 31 of each academic year and must be renewed on a yearly basis. Resident students are entitled to only one registered vehicle.
Parking for Pleasantville residents with an R permit is available along Alumni Hall (Lot I), behind Martin Hall (Lot M), North Hall (Lot N) and Townhouses (Lot R). Additional parking is available in Lots O & T.
Resident students who have not registered for a Pace University parking permit, but have been identified by other means as having a vehicle on campus, will be held responsible and any associated fines resulting from citations will be placed on their student account.
Parking permits do not expire and require a onetime registration; however, if any vehicle changes occur a new permit is required.
Parking for Pleasantville commuter students with a C permit is available in lots A, B, C, D, E, F, G, I, T, U and P. There is limited parking in Lot H behind Choate House.
Commuter students who have not registered for a Pace University parking permit, but have been identified by other means as having a vehicle on campus, will be held responsible and any associated fines resulting from citations will be placed on their student account.
**White Plains Law School students residing off campus, but requiring overnight parking on campus, may apply for a specialized permit authorizing overnight parking on the Law School campus in Lots 3, 4 or 5. Only one permit per student. Fees are $50 per year or $25 per semester (subject to change). Expires annually on August 31.
Resident First Year/Freshman Students are not authorized to have vehicles on campus at any time (including weekends) for the duration of their first year (fall and spring semesters). The University offers a daily shuttle service providing transportation for students on campus, to Memorial Plaza in Pleasantville and to the White Plains Law School and New York City campuses.
First year resident students who require a car on campus, due to extenuating circumstances, must submit a written petition to Vincent Beatty, Executive Director of Safety and Security at firstname.lastname@example.org.
First year resident students who have not received a Pace University parking permit, but have been identified by other means as having a vehicle on campus, will be held responsible for violating this policy and all associated fines resulting from citations will be placed on their student account.
Pace University parking permits will be issued to faculty, staff, and contract employees. Parking permits do not expire and require a onetime registration; however, if any vehicle changes occur a new permit is required.
All visitors to the Pace University Pleasantville and White Plains Law School campuses that require parking must display a valid temporary tag on their vehicle dashboard. Members of the University community are responsible for their guests and the citations they may receive. Students, Faculty and staff may apply for a temporary parking permit for their guests by contacting the Safety and Security office at email@example.com. Visitors to campus must comply with all regulations in the Parking and Traffic Guide. Visitors who do not comply with the parking regulations may have their vehicle towed or banned from campus.
- Parking And Traffic Policies - Westchester Campuses (PDF)
- Pleasantville Campus Map (PDF)
- White Plains Law School Campus Map (PDF)