University Police: Penn State Mont Alto


Penn State Mont Alto Campus Parking Map


Whether you are a visitor, student, or staff member, we encourage you to become familiar with our parking policies during your time with us on campus.  Our interactive campus parking map is online. Visit it to explore different available options. You can even print it once you like they way you're viewing it on the screen!

Permits for the Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 Semesters are now available. Permits are free of charge. Residential students should wait until finalizing their on-campus housing before applying for a parking permit. Follow the green link below to apply for a permit. Permits may be obtained at the Police Services building Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Students should bring a printed copy of their completed application as well as photo ID. Students will have until the second week of classes to obtain a permit.

Safety Services

The primary goal of the Penn State Mont Alto University Police is to protect the campus community. Below are some of the services and programs we provide. 

Regulations and Policies

Alcohol and Drugs:

Penn State Mont Alto is a "dry campus,"meaning no alcohol is permitted on campus grounds or facilities.


Firearms are not permitted on campus.  Firearms may be checked in at Police Services Building and retrieved upon departure.

Victim / Help Services Agencies

Franklin County Women in Need (WIN) 717-264-4444

Franklin County Victims Witness Office 717-267-1575

Victims Compensation Assistance Program 800-233-2339

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) 800-848-6233 or 717-261-9406

Franklin County Children and Youth 717-263-1900

Franklin County Area Agency on Aging 717-263-2153