ADA Accessible Parking

The University of Notre Dame provides ADA Accessible (handicap-designated) parking spaces for individuals with a valid state-issued ADA placard or license plate in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. A valid state-issued ADA placard or license plate accompanied by a valid Notre Dame parking permit must be displayed on the vehicle in the ADA Accessible space.

Individuals parking on campus, regardless of whether they display an ADA permit, are subject to the same rules and regulations dictated by their Notre Dame permit type, including but not limited to timed-limited spaces and specially signed spaces (Reserved, Rector, Service Maintenance, etc.).

Ada Parking Graphic

Ada Access Isle
Do NOT park in the striped access isle!

IMPORTANT NOTE: Vehicles parked in an ADA space that do NOT display an ADA hangtag or are parked in the striped access aisle may be issued a citation and/or towed away at the owner's expense.

Temporary or Permanent Disability Parking Placard/Plate

Both Indiana and non-Indiana residents may apply for a disability parking plate or placard through the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles. The application must be certified by a physician with a valid and unrestricted license. Please take the completed form to any Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles location to receive your ADA parking privileges.

Obtaining Additional On-Campus Parking Accommodations

Additional ADA Accessible parking accommodations may be requested through the Office of Institutional Equity (faculty/staff) or the Center for Student Support and Care (students).