2023-2024 Student parking registration

Online student parking registration and lottery for the 2023-2024 academic year will open on Monday May 8th, 2023. To be eligible for the parking lottery (parking choice), you must complete both the lottery form, and the vehicle registration form. Students who complete the registration form only, will be assigned any available parking assignment after the lottery submissions are complete, and only if there are parking spaces available. The lottery will close on Monday, May 15, 2023. If you miss the lottery deadline, you may still be eligible for on-campus parking if spaces are available by completing the Student Vehicle Registration form. Please do not wait to apply.

Step 1.

Log into Peoplesoft and select self-service/campus life/Williams Parking Lottery.                                                                    

Complete the form and select your top three parking lot choices.

  • Agard
  • Bascom
  • Brooks
  • Dodd
  • Doughty
  • Garfield
  • Health Center
  • Parking Garage (bottom level only)
  • Perry
  • Susie Hopkins
  • Thompson
  • Tyler
  • Wood

Step 2

Fill out the Student Vehicle Registration form. You can access the form here.

The form will close once all available parking spaces have been filled.

NOTE:  If the student vehicle registration and the lottery information is not complete and accurate as of Monday May 15, 2023 your name will be removed from the lottery and your parking will be assigned (if available) after all completed lottery submissions have been placed.  If you’re unsure if you’re bringing a vehicle (or which vehicle) please fill out as much of the form as you can and write us a note at the bottom of the form where it says “notes.”

All fields on the form must be completed (including image of vehicle registration & insurance card) for submission to be successful.

In order to comply with Massachusetts State Law, all off-campus students must register their vehicles with the College. There is no charge for an off campus parking decal.

In addition, students from out of state that are bringing a vehicle to campus are required to file in quadruplicate a nonresident student driver statement with the Williamstown Police Department, 825 Simonds Rd, (413)-458-5733.

Williams College is required to share this warning:

”IT IS UNLAWFUL FOR A NONRESIDENT STUDENT TO FAIL TO FILE A NONRESIDENT DRIVER STATEMENT WITH THE POLICE DEPARTMENT LOCATED IN THE SAME CITY OR TOWN AS THE SCHOOL OR COLLEGE ATTENDED, IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 3 OF CHAPTER 90 OF THE MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL LAWS. FAILURE TO FILE SUCH STATEMENT IS PUNISHASBLE BY A FINE NOT TO EXCEED $200.”

Parking Decals will be distributed to your SU Box on a date to be announced later.

Please address all questions to [email protected] or by phone to 597-4343