Requirements to Park
In order to park in the McDonough Hall garage, all students need to register their vehicle to receive a current 2023-2024 parking hang tag.
- Students may register their vehicle and receive their hang tag during Orientation and Registration in the Parking Office.
- New parkers may register their vehicle information at any time during the year with the vehicle year, model, make, color, license plate number and state registered in the Parking Office.
Parking Space Availability
- Due to the limited number of parking spaces available in the McDonough Hall garage, the parking lot is sometimes full by 8:30 a.m.
- The motorcycle parking rate for motorcycles is $85.00 per semester
- This rate applies to faculty*, staff* and students
- Motorcycle decals issued by the Parking Office must be displayed on the left side of the motorcycle and be visible to the parking attendant
- New decals will be issued in August and January of each year
- Payment of $85.00 is payable by GOCard only in the Parking Office (Do not swipe your GOCard at the parking booth entrance or your GOCard will be charged the daily parking rate. DPS will record your decal number and swipe you into the garage.)
- Overnight parking will not be permitted and may result in ticketing or towing at the owner’s expense
- Any vehicle with two or three wheels and a motor is considered a motorcycle under this policy
- Motorcycles are only allowed to park in the motorcycle section on P2 of the McDonough garage
* The motorcycle parking rate is in addition to any faculty and staff monthly payroll deduction parking.
To register your motorcycle and pay for your semester parking decal, please stop by the Parking Office, McDonough Hall, Room 154.
Bikes, Scooters and Personal Mobility Devices
All transportation devices or personal mobility devices subject to DC traffic laws, with the exception of cars and motorcycles. These devices include, but are not limited to, electric and non-electric scooters, bicycles, segways, hoverboards, and electric and non-electric skateboards.
No transportation device should be ridden or parked inside campus buildings with the exception of authorized accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act or Institutional Diversity, Equity & Affirmative Action at Georgetown.
When not in use, all devices must be stored in a private office or locker, or in designated parking areas such as the P2 level of the McDonough parking garage, or at the outdoor racks.
Devices may not be left in public areas such as atria, hallways, classrooms, stairwells, or department/office common areas.
Devices may not be charged inside buildings.
Important Things to Remember
- Parking hang tags are non-transferable and need to be renewed each academic year.
- Overnight parking is not permitted without prior authorization from the Parking Office; failure to adhere to this policy will result in a parking citation.
- Georgetown University is not responsible for fire, theft, or damage to automobiles while parked in any Georgetown University owned parking facility. Parking in the McDonough Hall garage is at your own risk.