College Sophomore 2013-11-12T06:58:26Z
The people who ticket go around campus and do a lot of ticketing so it is important to not forget to display your parking permit in your car. The cost and availability of parking is pretty good for on campus students as well as for commuter students.
College Sophomore 2013-07-21T18:20:51Z
I believe the permit costs are reasonable for the year/semester. There are people constantly checking vehicles for parking permits and parking passes, but at certain points throughout the day finding a parking spot can be a nightmare especially for those who live off campus and need to commute to school.
College Sophomore 2013-06-23T19:18:07Z
Parking at NDSU is awful. We have bitter cold winters where, if you're lucky, only have to walk 4 blocks from your car. If it blizzards, you have a good chance of your car being blocked in the parking lots by snow, and the plows only push more snow against your car. There aren't enough locations for parking lots and that is not priority even near the top of the list. The parking ticketers are always leaving tickets, and there is nearly no leeway with them.
College Junior 2013-05-14T03:52:32Z
I do not appreciate that you need a separate pass for each lot. It literally is a nightmare. The parking lots are small, and the parking ticket people are like Nazis. Also, the fact that there is hardly anywhere to park when you don't have a parking pass for that specific parking lot when you need to run in to a building for some business for even just a few minutes; still, without the right parking pass you risk a $15 dollar parking ticket. Good luck.
College Junior 2013-04-17T22:40:16Z
There are multiple lots students can park in, and there are always spots open. The price is reasonable and they get cleared of snow very fast.
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