Student Semester Parking permits are $45 automobile/$15 motorcycle and are available for purchase online at https://MyWeb.sjeccd.edu. They are static-cling and transferable so that students who carpool drive different cars to campus, may transfer the permit from car to car.
All automobiles must have the valid permit placed on the lower left-hand corner of the front windshield and be parked "nose in".
All motorcycles must have a current permit affixed to the right front fork and must be parked in designated motorcycle stalls. Motorcycles may not park in regular vehicle stalls.
- Daily and semester permits are NOT valid in metered or other time-limit zones.
- Students must park in lots designated for students.
- Staff must park in one of the lots designated for staff parking,
- If there is a verifiable parking problem, the staff member must call District Police immediately.
Disabled Person Parking Spaces
Use of disabled person parking spaces requires the display of a valid blue or red placard issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles. District staff, student, or daily permits are no longer required in addition to the DMV handicapped placard in order to park in handicapped spaces. Possession and display of handicapped placards on vehicles does not permit parking on red, green, and fire hydrant zones and areas designated as “No Parking”.
Note: Students should lock their vehicles at all times. The District is not responsible for damage or loss to student vehicles.
Payment for parking citations must be done within 21 calendar days of issuance. To pay or make inquiries regarding your citation, please utilize one of the following methods noted below:
By Internet: www.pticket.com/sjeccd
By Telephone: 1-800-818-1832 – Enter 7532 when prompted to enter the first four letters of the city.
PO Box 11113
San José, CA 95103-1113
Online payment requires a valid credit card, and the citation number. Payments will NOT be accepted at the Campus Police Station. Individuals wishing to contest parking citations may obtain forms at the Campus Police Station. These forms must be completed and mailed to the address within 21 days from the citations’ issue date otherwise the violation fee may be subject to an increase. Individuals contesting citations need not pay the initial violation fee until they receive a result of their contest.
For information on Parking Fees, see the Student Fees section of Admissions/Registration/Fees/Financial Aid chapter of the Catalog.