All employees are required to purchase a parking permit to park on campus.
Student and STNC Employees (Student permits only)
- All STNC Employees must purchase a student permit at $10 per month, please go to the Accounting Office
- Student Employees may purchase a student permit during their registration process
Faculty and Staff Parking Permits
- Contract Faculty (greater than 67.1%) = $120 a year
- Adjunct Faculty (67% or less) = $60 a year
- Classified Professionals and Management (More than 20 hours a week / greater than 0.50 FTE) =$120 a year
- Part Time Classified Professionals and Management (20 hours or less a week / 0.50 FTE or less ) = $60 a year
To request your parking permit, please complete the Online Parking Payroll Deduction Form and one will be mailed to you. You will automatically be charged for the permit through payroll deduction at the above rates. The payments will be prorated over 2 (for part time employees) to 4 (for full time employees) months at $30 per month. If you prefer to pay by cash, check, or credit card, please visit the Accounting Office. YOU MUST DISPLAY THE STAFF RESERVED PARKING PERMIT BY THE FIRST DAY OF THE FALL SEMESTER.
Employee Parking is based on a seniority system. Reserved parking permits are issued on space availability. All new employees are initially assigned to lot C (see map for staff lot locations and letter designations). You may request assignment to an alternate lot; you will be placed on a waiting list based on your date of hire. Reassignment occurs when spaces are vacated due to separation of employment, retirement, etc. There is no way to predict how long you will be on the wait list. If you wish to be assigned to an alternate lot complete that section of the form in its entirety to ensure accuracy of the waiting list. This must be done every year. To find out where you are on the seniority list, please contact Natalia in the Accounting Office.
Commuter Benefits Program
To help save money on commuting costs and provide a stress-free way for employees to arrive at work on time, SRJC has implemented a commuter benefit program. With this benefit, all employees who commute to work by public transit bus can get up to $75 of their monthly costs reimbursed by the District.
This program will help SRJC to comply with the Bay Area Commuter Benefits Program, adopted by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.
To Request reimbursement:
Fill out the Request for Reimbursement form, attach a copy of the bus pass(es) and receipt, and forward to Nicole O’Brien in the Accounting Office
A Courtesy Parking Permit Request for contractors, community consultants, service vendors, and volunteer instructional assistants or other volunteers can be found by clicking Courtesy Parking Permit Request Form.