It is mandatory for all motor vehicles parked on the Saint Paul College campus to use the controlled parking access system.
Visitors may park anywhere in the lots and ramp except for marked reserved spaces. Vehicles parked in handicapped parking spaces require a valid State-Issued Handicapped Permit. All violators will be ticketed.
Access to the parking lots is made via controlled entry. All parking at Saint Paul College is paid parking:
- Hourly Parking for visitors;
- SPC Card Parking for students taking classes in the current term;
- SPC Card Parking for employees who are signed up for a payroll deduction.
Possession of an SPC Card neither reserves nor guarantees a parking space.
Hourly parking rates are as follows:
|Under 20 minutes
|180 minutes and over
Entering: Use the Marshall Avenue entrance or the Kellogg Boulevard Entrance
Visitors and employees who do not choose to have parking access through the SPC Card must enter the lot
via the Marshall Avenue visitor entrance or the Kellogg Boulevard entrance to obtain a short-term parking access ticket from the machine.
Exiting: Use the Marshall Avenue exit or the Concordia Avenue right exit lane
The short-term parking
access ticket must be paid at the paystation in the lane when exiting the lot
or the paystation in the Parking Ramp 3rd Floor Lobby. The Marshall Avenue exit
lanes and Concordia Avenue right exit lane accept the following for exiting; SPC
Card, credit/debit card, pre-paid exit vouchers from paystations, and validated
tickets. There is no cash accepted at any exit lanes. All cash payments must be
made in the 3rd floor Parking Ramp lobby using the paystation. You will receive
a validated ticket upon payment that allows up to 20 minutes to exit the parking
Parking Ramp Floor Plans
SPC Cards for Students
Upon initial registration, students are entitled to a parking SPC Card. SPC Cards will remain active as long as the student is enrolled at Saint Paul College. Enrollment status will be monitored, and cards will be active/inactive based on current registration status. Possession of an SPC Card neither reserves nor guarantees a parking space.
SPC Card Parking Access Prices
students enrolled for classes at Saint Paul College will automatically have
unlimited access to the campus parking lots with the use of an SPC Card. When
you pay your tuition fees, the cost of parking access is included at a rate of
$9.33 per credit. Financial aid will pay for your parking and parking access
card. This fee will be used to pay for the cost of construction, improvements
and maintenance of the parking lots and ramp and access to the College’s entrances
and roadways, including lighting, security and snow removal.
- $9.33 per credit, each semester.
- New students: obtain SPC Cards prior to the start of the semester from the Photo ID/SPC Card Office.
ID Office issues SPC Cards
Photo ID Office, Room 1360, issues al new and replacement SPC Cards. Go to Photo ID Office page for more information and hours.
With an SPC Card, you can use any parking entrance or exit on campus.
Entering/Exiting Parking Lots
Students and employees may enter the parking lot at multiple entrances using their SPC Card.
View Proper use of SPC Cards
All persons operating a vehicle on campus are responsible for being familiar with, and complying with, all traffic and parking regulations. A complete list of parking violations and information about the parking policy may be obtained from the Public Safety Office
on the first floor. Saint Paul College assumes no liability for care of, damage to, and/or protection of any vehicle or its contents at any time while it is operated on or parked on the campus property. Possession of an SPC Card neither reserves nor guarantees a parking space.
Restricted Street Parking
Restricted street parking around the College is enforced by the City of Saint Paul. A resident permit is required to park on certain streets and other streets have 2 hour parking limits. Violators parking in restricted areas will be ticketed and fined by the City of Saint Paul. View map of street parking restrictions (PDF)