Faculty & Staff
All faculty and staff are required to register with Parking Services any vehicle they drive and park on campus and purchase the appropriate color parking permit. Parking rules are enforced every day of the year.
Red Restricted Permit
Faculty and staff are eligible to purchase a Red Restricted Permit, which allows parking in any non-reserved red surface lot or garage.
Reserved Red Restricted Permit
Faculty and staff are also eligible to purchase a reserved (7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Friday) parking spot.
Contact Parking Services for more information on Reserved Spaces.
Get your Parking Permit for the 2020-2021 academic year.
|Permit Type||Cost||Spring Prorated Cost|
(when purchased with a vehicle permit)
Reduced Permit Fees
|$20,001 to $25,000||$249|
Full-time faculty/staff with an annual salary of $25,000 or less are eligible for a reduced permit fee on Red/ Restricted Permits.
The salary based fee reduction is available to both full-time and part-time faculty and staff. The part-time salary will be converted to the equivalent of a full-time employee and must be $25,000 or less to be eligible. Temporary, part-time faculty and staff are not eligible for the permit fee reduction.
Additional Permits and Parking
Learn more about your options for motorcycle parking, accessible parking, and carpooling
Payroll Deduction Authorization
Employees who are purchasing an annual Parking Permit may request to have the cost of the permit deducted from their paycheck.
Parking Separation Form
Employees with an annual permit who leave the University, either through separation or retirement need to notify Parking Services.
Departmental Service/Delivery Permits
Service/Delivery (S/D) permits are available to departments with employees who perform job duties throughout campus.
The S/D permit is valid for two hours in signed S/D spaces, 20 minutes in signed loading zones, and exempts the vehicle from parking zone restrictions. S/D permits do not allow parking in reserved, accessible or visitor spaces, on yellow lines or curbs, areas not marked for parking, or in fire/emergency zones.
University departments may request one yearly S/D permit, unless otherwise approved by the TSAC.