McNeely parking lot

Parking on the St. Paul Campus

St. Thomas has parking lots (surface lots and ramps) on the St. Paul campus for visitors, students, faculty, and staff. Note that most city streets surrounding the campus require city permits. Please consider other transportation options when visiting our St. Paul campus.

Parking Options on the St. Paul Campus

Note that most campus parking lots do not allow overnight parking, and parking is free on weekends. All parking on campus is governed by the Parking Guide and the Parking Policies.
PARKING LOT OR RAMP WHO CAN PARK HERE? RESTRICTIONS COST
Anderson Parking Facility/Ramp Visitors, students, faculty, and staff Resident student overnight parking in lower level only By permit or
$2/hour before 4 p.m., $1.50/hour after 4 p.m.
McNeely Parking Ramp, Tommie North Garage, Anderson Student Center Garage Visitors, faculty, and staff No overnight parking By contract or
$2/hour before 4 p.m.,
$1.50/hour after 4 p.m.
Morrison Parking Ramp Students, faculty, and staff No overnight parking By permit or
$2/hour before 4 p.m.,
$1.50/hour after 4 p.m.
Tommie East Garage Visitors, Admissions Guests No overnight parking $2/hour before 4 p.m.,
$1.50/hour after 4 p.m.
or by voucher
Parking Lots A, C, G, I, K, L, M, N, O and V Students Overnight parking only in Morrison Ramp (R2, R3) and Lot U (weeknights);
Morrison Ramp (R2, R3) and Lots U, A and V (weekends).
By permit only
Parking Lots A, C, G, I, K, L, M, N, O and V Faculty & Staff No overnight parking By permit only

City Street Parking

Many of the streets bordering the St. Paul campus require a City of Saint Paul permit to legally park. Only people who live in the neighborhood may purchase such permits from the city of Saint Paul. The farther away from campus, the more free parking is available.

Even in areas where no permit is required, there is a 48-hour limit for parking a vehicle in the same location on city streets. Please read all signs before parking on city streets and check with the City of Saint Paul, 651-292-6600, if you are unsure.

If it is necessary to park on city streets, be aware of all signs, be considerate of the neighbors by parking properly (not blocking driveways), and using main traffic arteries, not side streets, when commuting to St. Thomas.