Campus Safety

The Department of Campus Safety is located in Norelius Hall, in the basement of 'A' wing (side entrance, closest to the track).  You can reach the Department of Campus Safety 24-hours a day at 507-933-8888.

Parking information and commonly requested links and forms:

  For immediate assistance contact Campus Safety 24 hours a day at 507-933-8888.

Student online permit registration has closed. You will need to register in person in the Campus Safety office and display a valid permit before parking your vehicle on campus. Citations for non-registration in red and green parking begin 7am on September 8th and continue through Graduation. Visitor parking is closed to students and employees 24/7/365.
If you registered online, your permit will be in your campus mailbox by August 21st.
Please review the color-coded parking map, space designations may have changed over the summer.

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Students and employees who wish to park a vehicle on campus must obtain a parking permit by registering with the Department of Campus Safety.

Student online registration has closed, please come to the Campus Safety office (with your vehicle information) to register for a parking permit.  Students who registered online will find their parking permit in their campus mailbox.  $250 will be charged to their student account in September.

Students and employees should now park according to permit color (red = students; green = employees; blue = visitors).  Citations for non-registration in red and green permit parking begins 7am on Tuesday, September 8th (the first day of classes).  Vehicles parked on campus without a valid parking permit, or parked in the wrong designated lot, will receive a parking ticket for each day of non-registration or being parked in the wrong lot.

Visitor parking is closed to students and employees and is always enforced.  Students are responsible for knowing the campus parking and traffic regulations at

Students may register ONE vehicle.  If a permit holder changes vehicles during the academic year, they will need to return their sticker to register the new vehicle and receive a replacement sticker ($10 charge).  Studying abroad/graduating in December?  Return your sticker to Campus Safety for a credit for the unused Spring portion ($125) by January 15th.

Bicycles parked on campus need to be registered with the Department of Campus Safety.  There is no charge for registration, but non-registered and unsecured bicycles can be picked up and owners will be charged fees. Review the campus bicycle regulations online:

Contact the Campus Safety office 24 hours a day at 507-933-8888 with any parking related questions, or email the Campus Safety Administrative Assistant Lisa Octigan at and she will get back to you the next business day.