***Staff and Faculty be sure to stop by Public Safety and get your new hang tag employee parking permit with the new College logo. Your old static cling permit is no longer valid, please bring that along with your Madison College Employee OneCard when you come get your new permit.
A valid student parking permit is required for all vehicles parked at the Truax or Commercial Ave. campuses. All vehicles must display a valid student permit at all times and park in designated areas only. Vehicles found in violation of the current college parking policy are subject to a parking citation and/or towing at the owner’s expense without warning.
Student parking permit fees are included in the Commuter Services Supplemental Fee charged each semester. Student parking permits are ordered on-line through your myMadisonCollege Student Center account prior to the start of each semester. Parking permits ordered on-line may be picked up at the Public Safety Services administrative office (Truax room B1240) beginning one business day after the order has been placed on line. Please contact the Public Safety Services department if you have any questions.
Learn how to request a parking permit. (TEXT ONLY VERSION)
At Truax, parking meters, for 1 hour, are provided off Anderson Street and Wright Street. Gated visitor parking is located in the large lot West of Wright Street. For parking concerns or questions, please call (608) 246-6031.
Students and staff on campus do not need to register to park in State Disabled stalls as long as they display their valid disabled identification card or license plate.
Motorcycles and mopeds do not require a parking permit. Motorcycle parking is limited to designated areas only. Mopeds are allowed to park free in bicycle racks.
Bicycle racks are provided at the Truax Campus, Commercial Avenue, West, and Downtown Education centers.
All bicycles must be parked in these racks. Bicycles found on lawns or chained to stairways, railings, etc., will be removed or detained. No bicycles are to be brought into college buildings.