Student Off-Campus Residence Permits
University off-campus housing complexes include Santa Catalina residence hall, four single-student apartments (El Dorado,
San Clemente, Santa Ynez, and Westgate), and two family student apartments (Storke and West Campus).
The complexes are managed by Housing & Residential Services.
How do I get an off-campus “H” parking permit?
Housing & Residential Services issues H permits, which allow residents to park at the complexes.
Regulations and permit requirements vary by complex.
Housing’s Parking & Transportation webpage provides essential information for each type of housing complex.
When & where may I park on campus?
An H permit issued by Housing & Residential Services is not valid
for parking on campus from 7:30AM to 5:00PM, Monday–Friday.
After-hours and on weekends, the permit gives you the same parking privileges as a Night & Weekend permit.
Thus, parking is allowed in any of the lots and spaces allocated to visitors/students or faculty/staff.
Restrictions may apply. For example, the permit doesn’t allow you to park in faculty or staff
spaces marked “At All Times”.
Parking is allowed in time-restricted parking spaces for the time designated, but only after-hours and on weekends.❖
For more information
See Housing & Residential Services’ Parking & Transportation webpage. The page has
information about parking at University-owned residence complexes, and also features information and helpful links for getting around by public transportation.
❖ The University reserves the right to limit the use of parking areas to
specific vehicle types as required by facility design or other considerations.
❖ The University may change any parking zone designation.
❖ The University may close, either temporarily or permanently, any
parking area. Advance notice of parking area changes or closings is provided
❖ Parking permits are issued solely by Parking Services based on eligibility criteria,
such as (but not limited to) faculty, staff, commuter, or residential student.
❖ Permits remain the property of UCSB and are not transferable.
❖ Permits are issued when the applicant has paid the required fee and provided proof of eligibility.
❖ Failure to provide and maintain accurate information on the parking permit application may result in
citation, fine, the loss of parking privileges and referral to the Campus Police or the Dean of Students for disciplinary action.