About parking at Georgetown
Where is the Georgetown parking lot located?
The Georgetown Campus parking lot can be accessed by turning at the stop light onto Thirty-Fourth Street from Wisconsin Avenue. The entrance to the Corcoran parking lot is the first driveway on the right.
How do I request and pay for a parking permit?
Parking permits (as well as student IDs and lockers) may now be purchased in the following ways:
1. Georgetown Administrative Office: During the first week of the semester, the office hours are extended until 6:30 p.m.. Thereafter, purchases can be made during regular business hours (9 a.m.–5 p.m.).
2. College Business Office: Purchases can be made during regular business hours in person or over the phone.
Download the current parking form from our Policies & Forms page
What days and times can I park?
Students may purchase parking permits by specific day, time and part of term. Students who wish to park anytime during the week while they are enrolled in a course may opt for full semester parking. A parking permit request must be submitted for all individual time periods you wish to park, including open studio time and free parking in the evening.
How much does parking cost?
Parking permits are valid for a particular day of the week and time. During the fall and spring, pricing ranges from $25–45 depending on the time slot, and $175 for full semester parking. Evening parking is free for students registered for evening classes. However, students must still submit a parking permit request and purchase a plastic ID card if needed. The parking fee is included in the course fees for workshops with three or fewer sessions.
What forms of payment do you accept?
The Georgetown Administrative office and the College Business office accept credit cards and checks. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards are accepted. Cash is not accepted. When available, online payment may be made by credit card or through a Paypal account.
Do I need a student ID if I want to park on campus?
A Continuing Education plastic student ID card is required for all students purchasing parking permits, including those to be used on evenings when parking is free. The card will allow electronic access to the Georgetown and/or Downtown campuses during the term(s) in which the student is enrolled. A plastic ID card is not required for students enrolled in workshops with three or fewer sessions. Returning students may exchange the “generic” ID card they purchased in previous semesters for a photo ID card at no additional fee.