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Student Registration Only#


Students must update their vehicle information if they change residence from on-campus to off-campus or vice versa.

All students must register their vehicle in order to park on campus. Failure to register your vehicle may result in a fine and/or your vehicle being cited. These amounts can be placed directly on your account. If you obtain a new vehicle, you are required to register that vehicle within seven days.

Register online at The Permit Store; click "Permits" to create an account. You will receive an e-mail from Public Safety informing you when you can pick up your permit up at the Public Safety office. If approved you will be able to print out a temporary permit to place on your dashboard. Note: The registration process is NOT complete until the permit is validated through the process included with the permit and the decal is installed on the inside lower left portion of the windshield of your vehicle.

PLNU provides its online permit ordering service at The Permit Store solely for persons affiliated with Point Loma Nazarene University. Any unauthorized use of this service is prohibited. Application information is confidential and is not intended for any other purpose.

If you have any questions about the registration process you may contact the Public Safety office at 619-849-2201 or contact Officer Blevins at garrettblevins@pointloma.edu or 619-849-2656.

RA's and students in ROTC may receive a special permit at the Public Safety office after registering their vehicle online.


If you sell your vehicle or no longer have it please notify the Public Safety office to have the vehicle removed from your account. Old permits can be returned to or renewed through the Public Safety office.

Notice: Freshmen Students

Residential freshmen students are NOT permitted to bring vehicles to campus, nor may they park in surrounding neighborhoods or the city lot. A freshman student is defined as any student who graduated from high school within the past twelve months. If you drive your vehicle on campus for any reason you are in violation of the Freshman Vehicle Policy. A freshman violating this policy will be fined $500 plus 10 hours of community service. Second offense will result in an automatic referral to Traffic Review.

Staff and Faculty Registration Only#

ALL STAFF AND FACULTY MUST REGISTER THEIR VEHICLES'

Please go to The Permit Store; click "apply" to create an account. You will receive an e-mail from Public Safety informing you when you can pick up your permit up at the Public Safety office. If approved you will be able to print out a temporary permit to place on your dashboard. Note: The registration process is NOT complete until the permit is installed on the inside lower left portion of the windshield of your vehicle.

If you sell your vehicle or no longer have it please notify the Public Safety office to have the vehicle removed from your account. Old permits can be returned to or renewed through the Public Safety office.

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