Faculty/Staff parking permits expire on January 31st. Renewals can be requested starting
in December. A renewal email will be sent in December notifying Faculty/Staff that
they can renew their permit online.
Resident Freshman and Sophomore students are not eligible to register their motor vehicles
for resident lots. If you feel you have exceptional circumstances, you may file a
You may register for a parking permit as soon as University records show your status
as a Transfer student. Please note that it may take time before your transfer credits
show up in our parking system. If you are unable to apply for a parking permit in
the meantime, please contact the
Academic and Transfer Advising Office to obtain written proof showing the number of transfer credits coming in and bring
this with you to
The permits available to you will be displayed when you apply for a permit.
No. Visitors must park only in metered lots or in paid parking garages.
A parking permit may be transferred to any vehicle being used by the original permit
No. All tickets must be paid in full before permits will be issued.
Report lost or stolen parking permits immediately to
Parking Services. Then visit the Bursar's office on the second floor of the Student Union with your
vehicle registration and Stony Brook ID. There will be a $10.00 replacement fee for
lost, stolen, or discarded parking permits.
Yes. Parking tickets may be paid online through the
Stony Brook Parking System or in person at the Student Financial Services Office on the second floor of the
Student Union, M-F from 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm. You may also mail payments to:
PO Box 619 Stony Brook, NY 11790-0619
Checks should be made out to "Stony Brook University Acct. No. 900819." Please include
the ticket number(s) on the check.
Appeals must be submitted within 14 calendar days following the date of issuance.
Parking tickets can be appealed using the
Stony Brook Parking System or mailed to the address on the back of the citation envelope. You may also visit
the Bursar's Office (2nd floor of the Student Union) to complete an appeal form. Decisions
are generally made within 2-4 weeks using the same method in which the appeal was
received. If you do not receive a response within 4 weeks, please contact us at
You may appeal the Hearing Officer's decision to the Traffic Appeals Board (TAB).
Written appeals submitted for consideration by the TAB must be filed within 14 days
of the date on which the hearing officer rendered a decision. Appeals received after
this date will not be accepted (exceptions may be granted due to extenuating circumstances).
Call (631) 632-AUTO or email:
Traffic_Appeals_Board@stonybrook.edu to make an appointment to see the TAB. You may appear in person, submit additional
written material to support your appeal or rely on information already supplied. You
will be informed of the decision by mail unless instructed otherwise. All decisions
made by the Traffic Appeals Board are final.