Parking on Wichita Campus
- Instructions to navigate through parking application software (PDF)
- Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)
The university maintains parking facilities to meet the needs of faculty, staff, residents and students, as well as patients and visitors. Parking on campus is solely at the risk of the owner/operator. The university assumes no responsibility for the security of vehicles or their contents while on campus.
Parking privileges at KU School of Medicine-Wichita are determined on a first come, first served basis. Facilities Management reserves the right to alter and/or revoke permit assignments as the needs of individuals or the university community changes. Falsification of any information for the purpose of obtaining a parking permit or repeated violations of the parking regulations may result in the forfeiture of all parking permits and fees. A parking permit does not guarantee any specific parking space at any time or the availability of a parking space.
Parking fees are billed monthly or per pay period.
- State of Kansas faculty/staff: Payroll deduction is required (no other payment method can be accepted and billing will be per pay period).
- Credit/debit card will be required as monthly payment method for all other permit holders.
- Departments will be invoiced monthly if paying for identified students/residents. Funding information will need to be provided to Facilities Management.
Staff and Faculty: (Annual cost is $150 but billed monthly and/or per pay period)
- Monthly - $12.50
- Pay Period - $5.77 (state employees only)
Students and Resident physicians: (Annual cost is $85 but billed monthly)
- Monthly - $7.08
*Parking permits will not be prorated or refunded
Visitor & Patient Parking
Visitor and patient parking is available in the blue parking lot on the campus parking map.
Temporary, 30-day and Courtesy Parking Permits
- We will no longer issue 30-day permits to people new on campus or temporary/courtesy parking permits.
- Free and open parking is available at the northeast corner of 10th & Minneapolis. (Yellow lot identified on the campus parking map.)
- If the open parking lot is full, visitor parking may be utilized, but not on a continuous basis.
- If departments wish to provide a parking permit for those individuals who previously were issued a courtesy permit in the past, the department will need to purchase parking permits using private funding. Contact Facilities at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kansas Statutes Annotated (K.S.A.) Sections 74-3209 through 74-3216 authorize the Board of Regents to promulgate regulations for the control of parking and traffic on the University of Kansas Medical Center of Kansas City and Wichita campus and to establish misuse fees for violations of the regulations. Kansas Administrative Regulations, Chapter 88, Article 4, provides for regulations, governing traffic and parking on the roads, streets, driveways, and parking facilities at the state colleges and universities. The state budget does not provide funds for support of Parking Services and must, therefore, be self-supporting.
Cancel or Suspend Permit
- Permits are ongoing permits; once enrolled, the permit does not expire and continues unless canceled. Permit holders do not need to renew each year.
- Permit holders can suspend or cancel their permits by sending an email request to email@example.com. Please provide effective date of cancellation and reason.
- Fees will continue to be billed monthly unless cancellation request is received 10 days before the end of the month or you will be billed for the next cycle period.
- No refunds will be provided.
Parking Violations and Payment Options
Tickets issued by the Security staff are enforceable as authorized by Kansas Statutes Annotated (K.S.A.) 74-3209 through 74-3216. In addition to the internal misuse fee, K.S.A. 74-3216 provides for prosecution of the campus regulations as misdemeanors in the District Court of Sedgwick County. It is the practice of the university not to pursue this prosecution if the misuse fees are paid in a timely manner.
Payment and appeal options:
1) Pay the fine online by credit/debit card by signing onto parking portal and reviewing violations and payment option.
2) There is an option to file an appeal online. Appeals can only be filed online within 14 days from the date of violation.
3) Pay the fine by mail using the envelope provided with citation.
4) Pay the fine in person at KU School of Medicine-Wichita:
1010 N. Kansas, Room B050
Wichita, KS 67214
*Debit/credit card is accepted, or by check made payable to KU School of Medicine-Wichita.
*We are unable to accept cash payments.
If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The directors of Facilities Management and/or directors of Safety & Emergency Management are empowered to review the validity of violation notices. An appeal may be completed online or in person in the Facilities Management office no later than 4 p.m. on the 14th calendar day after the violation notice was issued. After 14 days, an appeal may be made only if payment for the violation is included with the appeal form. No appeal may be made after 90 days from the date of the violation notice. If the appeal is granted, all payments shall be refunded.
Parking Violation Fees
Collection procedures: If a parking violation remains past due after 90 days, Parking Services shall begin collection action as established by the state of Kansas, the Board of Regents and the University of Kansas Medical Center.
Towing and Impoundment of Vehicles
Vehicles may be towed from the campus at any time if they interfere with the efficient operation of traffic and parking at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita. Group III, IV and V university violations subject a vehicle to removal from the campus and impoundment or immobilization.
Violations are posted to the record of the person in whose name a vehicle is titled or in the name of the person to whom the parking permit is issued. All charges for towing and/or storage are the responsibility of that individual. Facilities Management shall release an impounded or immobilized vehicle after payment of all unpaid fines.