Parking Alerts


Eckstein Hall parking information as of Wed, 05/29/2024 - 21:32. (Updated every 5 minutes)

Lot Status Permit Spots Available Visitor Spots Available
Vacancies 65 spots Full
(11th Street)
Vacancies 78 spots 19 spots

PARKING The Eckstein Hall parking structure policy serves two purposes: (a) to accommodate members of the public participating in Law School activities, with spaces allotted on a daily basis according to the number and type of Law School events; and (b) for parking available on a first-come, first-serve basis to Law School students and employees who have paid for University parking. Violation of policies can result in a fine or loss of parking privileges for an entire year.

Simple policies to be a happy Eckstein Hall parking structure user:

Students must purchase a parking permit from Parking Services to have Eckstein Hall parking privileges. No one is assigned to the Eckstein Hall parking structure. When purchasing a permit, permits holders will be assigned to another lot on campus and can park in Eckstein Hall when permit spots are available. 

Eckstein Hall parking levels fill quickly. Students should arrive on campus with the expectation that they will park in their assigned lot on campus and walk to Eckstein Hall. This guarantees a timely arrival for classes.

Church of the Gesu surface parking Lot J is NOT a Marquette Law School parking lot. Students who park there at any time (day or night) will be ticketed and may lose their Eckstein Hall parking privileges.

When entering the Eckstein Hall parking structure, students should not pull a ticket unless they intend to pay for visitor parking. If student parking credentials are not working, the driver should back up and go to the driver’s assigned lot. If unable to back up due to other cars in line, the driver should push the intercom button and follow instructions given by staff. Failure to exit within seven minutes of pulling a visitor ticket will require payment of the parking fee upon exiting.

Idling outside of the parking structure to wait for a parking spot to open is strictly prohibited. If there are no parking spots available or the driver's parking credentials are not allowing access to the parking structure, the driver should proceed to park in the driver’s assigned lot.

Please note that if parking credentials are not working, students will need to park in their assigned lot until the issue with their credentials can be resolved. Students can contact Parking Services, at 414.288.6911 or, with their name, MUID number, and the type of permit they purchased for the semester, or they can report the issue to the Welcome Desk or Office 244B.

Students who have a university parking permit and handicap parking license or permit must alert the manager of building operations (Office 244B) to receive special parking instructions.

Complimentary weekend parking is available on both levels only to the Law School community. Students can use their MUID to scan in (do NOT pull a ticket).

No overnight parking is permitted on either parking level.

Parking Hours: Eckstein Hall parking opens 45 minutes prior to the building open time and closes 30 minutes prior to the building close time. If you are parked in the building after parking closes, you can exit without issue within 15 minutes after the building close time. If you do not exit within 15 minutes after the building close time, you will need to push the intercom button to be let out of the parking level and then contact the Manager of Building Operations or the Welcome Desk Coordinator to have your parking credential reset. Until your credentials are reset, you will not be able to park in Eckstein Hall. To avoid parking issues, please exit promptly upon the building close time.

Motorcycle parking is available in Structures 1 and 2. Visit: parking/details.shtml for motorcycle parking information.

Bicycle racks are available on both parking levels. Cyclists must provide their own locks.

For the latest parking news, including when permit parking is not available in Eckstein Hall, carefully read Law News and consult the parking alerts page on the Marquette Law School Website.

To read the complete parking policy, click HERE.