Starting in the Fall 2018 Semester we will be utilizing LPR, (License Plate Recognition) technology instead of hangtag or decal permits.  This technology uses optical character recognition to read vehicle registration plates for the purpose of parking lot management.  Stockton LPR is not connected to the NJ-DMV.

Every Resident Student, Commuter Student, Faculty/Staff member, Guest and Visitor is required to register their vehicle.

All Residential Guests on campus must have their vehicle registered as a guest vehicle through the goStockton portal and if not registered by their license plate must display a vehicle guest pass while parked in the designated lot.

Parking at Stockton University is free of charge with the exception of the reserved Auxiliary Lot, the Lakeside Lane Lot and Lot 6A which is $400 annually.

To register your vehicle please visit www.stockton.edu/parking, or go on the GoStockton portal. You will need to provide the following information in order to register:

  • Your university portal log in information
  • Your Z number
  • Your home or local address
  • Your vehicle(s) make, model, year, color, license plate and license state

You may register 10 vehicle but you may only have one vehicle on campus at a time.

Parking lots will be designated for Residential, Commuter or Faculty/Staff parking Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and Friday’s 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. unless otherwise directed. Residential lots are for residential students only.

  • Lot 0- Commuter/Faculty/Staff
  • Lot 1- Commuter/Faculty/Staff
  • Lot 2- Commuter/Faculty/Staff
  • Lot 3- Commuter/Faculty/Staff
  • Lot 4- Commuter/Faculty/Staff
  • Lot 5- Commuter/Faculty/Staff
  • Lot 6- Commuter/Faculty/Staff
  • Lot 6A - Reserved Parking Monday through Friday 730am-5pm
  • Lot 7- Commuter/Faculty/Staff
  • Lot 8A - Commuter/Faculty/Staff
  • Lot 8B - Commuter/Faculty/Staff
  • Lot 8C - Residential Only
  • Lot 9 (Pomona Road by athletic fields)- Commuter/Residential/Faculty/Staff
  • North Lot- Residential, Commuter and Faculty/Staff overflow
  • Heather/Greenbriar Lot – Residential Only
  • Maple Lot- Residential Only
  • Kerria Lot- Residential Only
  • Ivy Lot- Residential Only
  • South Lot- Residential Only
  • West Lot - Residential Only
Please visit the shuttlebus link of the Parking and Transportation webpage for the most up to date information regarding shuttle buses. Also, it is advised that you download the mobile app to your phone to track the shuttle buses in real time.
Students who dorm at Chris Gaupp or in Atlantic City will receive a Residential Student permit.
Yes, outside of the hours Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and Fridays 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. resident students are allowed to park in Lots 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 unless otherwise directed.  Resident Students are not permitted to park in Lot 6A Monday through Friday from 730am-5pm.
Yes. The residential parking regulations will not prohibit you from parking in a marked handicapped spot in any lot at any time of the day. You must still register your vehicle and display a residential parking permit.
You may pay your fines online at www.stockton.edu/parking.
Yes, if it is registration time for classes or for Residential Life Housing, any unpaid bill, such as a parking citation must be paid or you will not be able to register. If your appeal is approved, your account will be credited accordingly. It is important that you also go online and view your student account regularly.
Please contact the Parking and Transportation Department by email at parktrans@stockton.edu for an exchange to commuter parking privileges.

Please contact the Parking Office by email at parktrans@stockton.edu for an exchange to to commuter parking privileges.


You may sign into your account and register a temporary vehicle for 5 days.  If this is insufficient you may sign back in and extend the temporary vehicle's registration period.