These apply to parking at all Columbus State Community College campuses and learning centers.
Peak time - Be prepared to park in the outer lots around campus due to proximity lots filling at peak times, Monday through Thursday between 9:00 am and 1:00 pm, and 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
Parking - Read lot signs to ensure you are in the proper lot. Red signs ending with S (28-S, 11-S) indicate student parking, Blue signs ending with E (1-E, 7-E) indicate employee parking.
Overflow parking lots - Additional parking on the Columbus campus is available in Lot 28 on Mt. Vernon Avenue, just west of Cleveland Avenue, and Lot 32 (on the east side of the parking garage).
Columbus State Police - Remember to abide by college policies, local, state, and federal laws. CSCC Police are Ohio Certified Law Enforcement Officers empowered to enforce college policies, traffic, and criminal laws. They also stand ready to assist you when needed.
Prevent theft - Do not leave valuables in plain sight in your vehicle. Trunk storage is best. Lock your doors and roll up the windows.
Report crimes - If you see anything suspicious contact the CSCC Police Department at 614-287-2525 and 911 for emergencies.
Lot closings - Special events, construction, or emergencies could close CSCC parking lots at any time. Lot closures and the latest parking and traffic updates may be posted on Twitter@cscc_parking.
Motorcycles - Parking must be purchased for motorcycles, they must be registered, and follow the guidelines for student and employee parking.
Overnight parking - Any vehicle parked in a CSCC controlled parking lot after campus is closed must have authorization from the Police Department at (614) 287-2525. Failure to receive pre-authorization may result in a citation.
- Parking may be purchased on CougarWeb, the Cashier's Office or Call (TIC) Telephone Information Center (614-287-5353). If you have billing questions call TIC.
Do not let your temporary parking permit run out.
- Employees - If your permit is not received within 10 business days after submitting your Online Request Form, contact the Police Department by phone (614-287-2525), or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and include your Cougar ID.
CSCC Police Department
Delaware Hall Room 047
499 Grove St.
Monday – Friday 7 a.m.-11 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday 7a.m.-11 p.m.
Use of more than one vehicle - Students and employees may register two vehicles each.
- Updates to student vehicle registrations can be made through the online portal.
Improper/Illegal use of permits
- Visitor parking permits may NOT be used by students or employees at any time.
- Students may NOT use employee parking permits at any time.