Neither Will Treloar ’24 nor Yasmin Nayrouz ’24 possessed any previous experience as student government leaders when they stepped onto the Syracuse University campus as first-year students three years ago. Now in their final year at Syracuse, Treloar and Nayrouz…
2023-24 Parking Rates Announced
Syracuse University has set its parking rates for the 2023-24 academic year. The University’s rates, which align with those of peer institutions, provide funding for technology upgrades and capital improvements to parking lots and garages across campus.
Employee rates for the upcoming year were set as part of a three-year transition plan to reduce the number of employee permit rates from 35 to 20, based on salary, by the 2025-26 academic year. The plan includes both lots and garages.
The three-year plan was carefully considered and developed to ensure minimal impact on permit holders. The reduced number of permit rates will improve equity among permit holders, minimize or eliminate a permit rate increase with a change in salary and stabilize future parking rate increases.
Highlights of the three-year transition include the following:
- Fiscal Year 2024 Plan: Permit rates will decrease or moderately increase relative to applicable salary ranges. A flat surcharge will be applied to annual rates for those who choose to purchase garage permits.
- Fiscal Year 2025 Plan: Permit and garage rates will remain flat or include minimal increases to accomplish the reduction in the number of rates by the third year of the transition.
- Fiscal Year 2026 Plan: Permit and garage rates will remain flat or include minimal increases.
Faculty and staff can apply for their 2023-24 parking passes in MySlice later this summer.
Students can also apply for their 2023-24 parking passes in MySlice later this summer. Annual rates will range from $188 for a park-and-ride pass to $1,113 for a North Campus garage parking pass. Passes for the academic year will range from $170 to $930.