CROSSTOWN AND KSU-SATELLITE CADET PARKING AT KSU'S MAIN CAMPUS
Prior to attending classes at KSU, cadets from the Youngstown State University, the University of Akron, and Cleveland State University should ask your home school parking department for a YACK sticker to be placed on your parking pass, which will allow parking in commuter lots at KSU.
All other crosstown cadets who pay for parking at their home school or campus may be eligible for free commuter parking at Kent State. Simply take your parking receipt to the parking services department in the Schwartz Center and explain what host university or campus you attend, that you are an AFROTC cadet, and how many days of the week you intend to be on KSU's campus to receive your pass.
Crosstown cadets who do not pay for parking at their home school will be charged to park at KSU. To obtain your parking pass, visit the KSU Parking Services Department in the Schwartz Center prior to attending classes. Explain what day of the week and time of day you need to keep costs low and receive the pass that best fits your needs.
For more information visit: Kent State University Parking.
Last Updated: 08 November 2023