Vehicles on Campus

All Faculty/Staff Parking permits will be mailed out to their departmental mailbox once they are processed. 

Undergrad permits will be at the Package Pickup Window at Usdan.

Grad Students, Visitors and Retirees must come in person to pick up their Permits at 208 High Street. 

All students, faculty and staff must register their vehicles. Public Safety assigns parking lots to faculty and staff. Student lots are located in several locations and require a student parking sticker for all or part of an academic year. Public Safety enforces parking rules and regulations by ticketing, immobilizing and towing. Please obey all parking rules and regulations.

Faculty and Staff Parking regulations

Student Parking regulations

Graduate Student Parking regulations

Retiree Permit

Visitor Permit

Bon Appetit


Please note that we have motor vehicle battery jump packs and lock out tools.  If you need to utilize either of those services, please do not hesitate to call 860-685-2345!


Electric vehicle charging stations are available for anyone to use.  Vehicles must be actively charging and/or waiting for charging in the space for no more than 8 hours.  A list of campus charging locations can be found HERE


Below is the email sent today by Andrew Plotkin detailing the fees for charging:

Dear Friends, 


During the past summer Wesleyan installed 16 electrical vehicle charging stations, bringing the total number of chargers on campus to 30. Of the 16 new chargers, 10 are high-capacity Level 2 chargers, which can charge an average electrical vehicle in approximately three hours and the other six are Direct Current Fast Chargers (DCFC) (also called Level 3 chargers), which can charge an average electric vehicle in 50 minutes.   


The University will charge a flat rate of $0.25 per kWh for the new high-capacity Level 2 chargers and $0.40 per kWh for the DC fast chargers. If after a two-hour grace period you are still parked in a charging spot when you’ve completed charging your vehicle, you will be charged a nominal fee by the hour. We want to make sure that charging stations are available to everyone who might need one.  


These charges will be subject to change as the market for car charging evolves. Free chargers are still available near the College of Film and the Moving Image (T-Lot) and Freeman Athletic Center (Q-Lot).  See all charging station locations


The new charges, which are in line with charging fees in local municipalities, is effective immediately. Users may pay at the charging station by either using the FLO app, available on the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store, or by purchasing a FLO card.  To learn more visit


Thank you for your partnership as we work towards creating a more environmentally sustainable community. 


Best regards, 


Andrew Plotkin 

Director of Utilities and Infrastructure