For the health and safety of the Grand Valley community, remote academic instruction will continue through April 25. The Admissions office is available to answer calls Mon.-Fri. from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 616-331-2025 or 1-800-748-0246 or email email@example.com. Additional instructions and updates at www.gvsu.edu/coronavirus
ADA Parking Information
ADA Compliant Parking
Parking for People with ADA Compliance Needs:
A valid GVSU permit is required to accompany an ADA compliant placard or plate. If ADA compliance parking spaces are not available, the ADA permit holder may park at a meter (payment not required) or in a Faculty/Staff or Student space. Parking in any other space is prohibited. Parking in ADA compliant spaces in pay station areas requires payment and is limited to a two hour stay. Lot J Remote Commuter permits are only valid in Lot J, even when accompanied by an ADA placard or plate.
University-Issued ADA Compliance Permits:
Persons with temporary mobility impairments shall be issued a temporary ADA permit not to exceed three (3) days by Parking Services, at no cost. This permit is not renewable.
To obtain a temporary thirty (30) day parking permit from Disability Support Resources (DSR) a written statement from a physician must be presented at DSR and must specifically state the need for ADA compliant parking and the time frame for which it is necessary. This permit is not renewable.
Individuals needing ADA parking privileges beyond thirty (30) days must obtain a permit from the Michigan Secretary of State. If temporary ADA compliant parking accommodations are needed, contact Disability Resource Services at 616-331-2490 or Parking Services at 616-331-7275.
Illegal Use of an ADA Parking Placard or License Plate:
Under Michigan law, it is illegal to use an ADA placard or license plate when the ADA permit holder is not being transported; to lend an ADA placard to another person; and to make a copy of an ADA placard.
Campus Safety will confiscate any ADA placard found to be in use illegally and return said placard to the Secretary of State with an explanation of misuse.