All staff who can work at home should continue to do so. Only with an explicit request from a supervisor should a staff member return to campus. For more information, review COVID-19 Workplace Guidance.
Parking on campus is paid in arrears (after the service is provided).
Parking fees will continue to be waived until the end of the calendar year although access to certain lots will be limited to those who have approval for reserved parking.
Parking at Yale is limited. Permit prices are based on a sliding scale.
Any parking permit issued by Yale University must be displayed. Should you drive another vehicle without a permit, it is your duty to inform the Parking Department.
All vehicles parked on University property must be registered, insured, and operable.
On average, your parking permit fee covers only 65% of the cost to provide your parking space due to construction, financing, maintenance and enforcement costs.
Rates, Permits, Applications and Regulations
- Visitor Parking
- Faculty and Staff Parking
- Student Parking
Prior to accessing Student Parking from off campus, you must log in to Yale’s Virtual Private Network (VPN) to create a secure connection between your computer/device and the Yale network.
Call or email CTrides to determine if there’s a more cost-effective and sustainable way for you to get to campus.
If you decide not to park on campus, or want to suspend your parking permit to use transit, you’ll receive:
- Savings on the cost of your monthly transit pass through pre-taxed payroll deduction—and the pass mailed directly to your home.
- A Guaranteed Ride Home for carpoolers in case of emergencies.
- Three free parking stays per month (if you purchase a monthly bus pass—1 free parking stay/month if you purchase a 10-ride pass).
- Six months to reclaim your current parking space if you don’t wish to continue with your transit commute.