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OSU has 21 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations on the Corvallis campus, on two different charging networks. There are 18 Blink Network Level 2 chargers and three ChargePoint Level 2 chargers. In Newport at the Gladys Valley Marine Studies Building, there are two dual head ChargePoint chargers. A membership card or account from the respective company may be required to use their units.
All chargers are 208/240V Level 2 chargers and utilize a SAE J1772 connector which is the industry standard and most widely compatible connector used for EV charging in the United States.
EV charging station parking spaces are reserved at all times for electric vehicles only. Parking permits are required 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, year-round. Electric vehicles are defined in the University Standard as: plug-in electric motorized vehicles, limited to automobiles, trucks and motorcycles.
If you experience difficulties or inoperable systems please first contact either Blink or ChargePoint, then if needed contact Transportation Services. For parking related questions, contact Transportation Services.
The OSU Parking Garage has six Blink chargers. An A (1, 2 or 3) or B (1, 2, or 3) commuter or R resident parking permit is required in the structure Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Chargers are located on the first floor, in sections 1B and 1D. For vehicles without permits, there are Pay & Display stations located on the southern end of floors 1-4, near the elevator lobbies.
The Reser Stadium parking lot has six Blink chargers. A parking permit from any zone is acceptable in the Reser Stadium parking lot Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. For vehicles without permits, there are Pay & Display stations located at the north and south ends of the parking lot. Be advised, the charging stations in the Reser Stadium parking lot are not available during OSU home football games.