Directions to Health & Wellness Services (Bldg. 80)
The CSUMB campus map is available online.
Student Disability Resources is located in Health and Wellness Services at
6012 General Jim Moore Blvd. (also known as 4th Ave.), at Inter-Garrison Road.
Directions from Hwy. 101, from Hwy. 1, by car, bus, train or air are at http://about.csumb.edu/directions
Parking is available in front of Health and Wellness Services in Lot 80 with a valid permit. Consult Parking Services website for details, including the Parking Policy. Disabled parking is available. Consult details below. CAUTION: If you display a valid DMV disability placard or plate and park in a regular space rather than a blue zone, you must also display a valid parking permit from CSUMB, or a valid semester parking permit from Hartnell, Monterey Peninsula College or Cabrillo College.
The closest parking permit dispensers for Lot 80 (not residential permits) are at:
the Alumni and Visitors Center (Bldg. 97) on Fourth Avenue or
the west side of University Police, Valley Hall, Inter-Garrison Road.
Consult Parking Permit dispenser map
This map is updated on the web by CSUMB Transportation and Parking Services: 831.582.3573
Consult related important Parking information:
Excerpt: DISABLED PARKING
Parking in posted disabled parking spaces requires:
- A valid DMV disabled placard, a California disabled person/disabled veteran license plate, or
- A Special Permit for disabled parking and a valid CSUMB parking permit. Persons with a valid DMV disabled placard or a California disabled person/disabled veteran license plate may also park for unlimited periods in any limited time zone (visitor, loading) or metered space without paying a parking meter fee (22515.5 CVC).
Excerpt: (Check the current Parking Policy to verify accuracy)
Note by SDR: this pertains also to Hartnell and Cabrillo College valid parking permits.
MONTEREY PENINSULA COLLEGE PARKING PERMITS
Effective November 19, 1996, valid parking permits from Monterey Peninsula College (MPC) will be accepted at CSU Monterey Bay. This agreement is reciprocal, all valid CSUMB permits are accepted at MPC. The only permits which will not be accepted are daily permits such as those purchased from parking permit dispensers. Holders of MPC permits are subject to the same regulations and restrictions as holders of CSUMB permits. MPC permit holders are not eligible for supplementary permits or free transit privileges. MPC permits are not valid in North Quad parking lots.
Please promptly inform SDR (via appointment with Disability Resources Advisor) if students with disabilities have difficulty finding suitable parking on campus.
Call 831.582.3672 or email: