Church of the Gesu surface parking lot is NOT a Marquette Law School parking lot.
If you park there at any time (day or night), you will be ticketed and possibly lose your Eckstein Hall parking privileges.
No permit parking on the 11th Street level until 2pm.
Limited permit parking on the Clybourn level.
Simple rules to be a happy Eckstein Hall parking lot user . . .
- You must purchase a parking permit from the University Parking Office and have Eckstein Hall parking privileges added to your MUID to be eligible for parking on the Eckstein Hall parking levels.
- Eckstein Hall parking levels fill quickly. Arrive on campus with the expectation that you will park in your assigned lot on campus and walk to Eckstein Hall. This guarantees a timely arrival for classes.
- Church of the Gesu surface parking lot is NOT a Marquette Law School parking lot. If you park there at any time (day or night), you will be ticketed and possibly lose your Eckstein Hall parking privileges.
- When entering the Eckstein Hall parking garage, do not pull a ticket unless you intend to pay for visitor parking. The only reason to pull a ticket is because your MUID is not working, cars have lined up behind you, and you cannot back up. In that case, pull the ticket, leave immediately by putting the ticket in the exit gate ticket machine, and go to your assigned lot. You have a seven-minute grace period to exit with the ticket you just pulled; after that you must pay the $30 parking fee. Your parking ticket will not be validated if you are in the lot more than seven minutes.
- Please note that if your MUID does not work for parking (or if you lost you MUID), you will need to park in your assigned lot until the issue with your card can be resolved. You can email Parking Services directly to have your MUID fixed (supply your name, MUID number, and the type of parking you purchased for the semester), or you can report your issue to office 244B.
- Link to the complete policy at law.marquette.edu/news-students/parking- structure-policy-information-permit-parkers.
- Eckstein Hall parking structure policy serves two purposes: (a) to facilitate the parking of members of the public participating in certain Law School activities. Spaces will be set aside on a daily basis according to the number and types of Law School events; and (b) parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis to Law School students and employees who have paid for university parking. Violation of rules can result in losing parking privileges for an entire year.
- Complimentary weekend parking is available on both levels to the Law School community (only). Use your MUID to scan in (do NOT pull a ticket).