Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS) at College of San Mateo - How to get a temporary parking permit
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Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS)
How to get a Temporary Parking Permit

To qualify for a Temporary CSM Parking Permit issued by DSPS, you must provide DSPS with documentation of a disability that temporarily limits your mobility.

DSPS will issue you a Temporary CSM Parking Permit that will allow you to park in a designated area for one week at a time.  Permits are not intended to replace a student parking permit or disabled placard.

If you have a State Placard:

You are authorized to park in any designated disabled parking spaces as well as any metered spaces on campus.  You do not need an additional parking permit to park in those spaces.