Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

 

CSUF Student and Campus Employee use of EV Chargers

A current valid CSUF parking permit is required to park in Level 2 EV Charging parking spaces.

CSUF students and employees may receive subsidized charging at no cost at campus EV Charging Stations by coming to the Parking Office with a copy of their EV registration to obtain a free supplemental EV Permit and connecting to the CSUF network with a ChargePoint "Connections" code. Employees may also request an EV permit by campus mailPDF File .  The supplemental EV Permit is provided at no cost to CSUF students and employees who own a current paid semester or payroll deduction parking permit. The EV Permit must be displayed with a valid CSUF Faculty/Staff or Student Permit when parked at an EV charging station.

A vehicle that is parked in an EV space but is not connected for electric charging purposes is subject to citation and/or tow per CVC Section 22511. Vehicles parked in Electric Vehicle parking spaces with a posted time restriction may not exceed the posted time limit. Vehicles parked in excess of the posted time limit are subject to citation per CVC 21113A.


CSUF Guest and Visitor use of EV Chargers

Campus guests and visitors must display a current valid CSUF parking permit to park in Level 2 EV Charging parking spaces.

Any vehicle that is parked in an EV space but is not connected for electric charging purposes is subject to citation and/or tow per CVC Section 22511. Vehicles parked in Electric Vehicle parking spaces with a posted time restriction may not exceed the posted time limit. Vehicles parked in excess of the posted time limit are subject to citation per CVC 21113A.

The price to charge is $0.40 per kilowatt hour. The price to charge may be adjusted based on utility rates and operational expenses.

 

Waitlist

Waitlist allows EV drivers to virtually "get in line" at charging stations when all of the ports are full. The driver parked at the EV station will receive notification when their EV is charged, asking them to move the vehicle. Once they unplug, ChargePoint notifies the next driver in line and holds that station for up to 20 minutes until the notified driver plugs in. Waitlist also allows drivers to use automatic scheduling to place them on a particular waitlist every day.

Frequently Asked Questions about ChargePoint Waitlist can be found at https://na.chargepoint.com/waitlist_driver_faq

 

EV Charging Station Locations

25 EV Charging Ports located at Gymnasium Drive – 4 Hour Time Limit

5 EV Charging Ports located at College Park North Lot – 4 Hour Time Limit

2 EV Charging Ports located at Corporation Drive – 4 Hour Time Limit

2 EV Charging Ports located at Mihaylo Hall Loading Dock - 2 Hour Time Limit

2 DC Fast Charging Ports located at Mihaylo Hall Loading Dock – 30 Minute Time Limit

2 EV Charging Ports located at the CSUF Irvine Campus - 4 Hour Time Limit

For information on EV charging stations and additional EV station locations off-campus, please visit: http://www.chargepoint.com/Opens in new window

For instructions on using your ChargePass card to charge your electric vehicle, click herePDF File Opens in new window .

Frequently Asked Questions