We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the Gustavus Adolphus College Community.
Because of the serenity and size of Gustavus Adolphus College, some tend to get the impression that the college community is immune to crime. Unfortunately, crime does not stop at the borders of our campus. People find this out all too well when they become victims of crime.
The responsibility of crime prevention does not rest solely with the campus security department. We need everybody's assistance in making Gustavus Adolphus College a safe and secure place where the community can go about its endeavors in a safe manner. YOU are the most important piece of the crime prevention plan. The success of it depends mainly on you.
The potential for crime does exist at Gustavus Adolphus College, but by practicing good crime prevention habits, the possibility of your becoming a victim substantially reduces.
Have a safe and productive school year.
Student permits are available in person in the Campus Safety office. A permit is required for students (red permit) and employees (green permit) to park on campus, and for visitors to park after 2am (blue permit). Visitor parking is closed to students and employees at all times.
For immediate assistance contact Campus Safety 24 hours a day at 507-933-8888.
Spring Parking Permits
Regular parking enforcement is in effect and a parking permit is required for students and staff to park on campus. Always assume that parking is enforced.
Come to the Campus Safety office with your vehicle information to register for a parking sticker before parking your vehicle. Students can pay with a charge to your student account or a check.
- Student parking permits from the start of the Spring semester: $120 (If you already purchased your parking sticker in the Fall, it is valid through Spring 2014).
Temporary student permits are available in the Campus Safety office for $5 per weekday, or at no charge (up to two weeks) for short-term use of an alternate vehicle for those that already have a paid parking permit.
If a permit holder changes vehicles during the year, the original sticker must be turned in (or documentation regarding sale/damage of the vehicle) in order to register the new vehicle and receive a replacement sticker. There is a $10 charge for all replacement student decals. A vehicle is not registered until a valid permit is displayed correctly on the vehicle.
Visitor parking is closed to students and staff at all times.