This also applies to mopeds and motorcycles.
NMBU and SiÅs do not have a shared parking system.
You can find more information about SiÅs' system here.
The parking coverage at Campus Ås is regulated by the Ås municipality. The parking regulations have been adopted by the Rector. The system is implemented by Q-park for a fixed price and NMBU receives the revenue from fees.
Each student can register one vehicle at the time. Parking is free of charge! Follow the signage at each location.
The parking areas are reserved for "students" or "staff and students" during weekdays from 0800 to 1700. On weekends and public holidays, all parking spots may be used freely. A vehicle may be parked in the same spot for a maximum of 24 hours.
Access to a charging station: see the parking map and signage at each location. In some locations there are multiple parking spots for each charging station, so that several vehicles may be charged without anyone having to move their car.
Parking is permitted for loading and unloading purposes for a maximum of 15 minutes in front of all buildings.
Motorcycles and mopeds must park in spots designated for cars or motorcycles, but may park outside of marked areas in parking lots provided they are not outside the actual parking lot and do not obstruct others. Motorcycles and mopeds cannot park in bicycle parking lots.
Please be aware of the following:
- Students can register more than one vehicle but the digital parking permit is valid for only one vehicle at a time. In households with multiple students who use the same vehicles, all students in the household should register the vehicles.
- If a handicap parking spot is needed for a shorter period, students may apply for this by contacting the Department of Academic Affairs (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- A special need for extra parking may arise in connection with events, meetings and teaching. Please contact email@example.com well in advance to find suitable solutions.
Questions about the parking system
If you have questions about the parking system, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find information about how to complain about parking fees on Q-park's website