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Student Permit Purchasing Dates: Fall 2019/Spring 2020

  • Graduate student-Aug. 5
  • Senior (90 or more credit hours)-Aug. 6
  • Junior (60-89 credit hours)-Aug. 7
  • Sophomore (30-59 credit hours)-Aug. 8
  • Freshman (1-29 credit hours)-Aug. 9

If you are a Residential Life student, please log in to myHousing to register for your parking.

Students: How to Buy Your Summer Permit

Students who are on campus anytime from May 20 – Aug. 9, 2019  while taking classes or working should secure a summer parking permit, or alternative mode of transportation. Summer permits are available for purchase starting May 6, 2019. To purchase your permit, expand and follow the steps below.

Purchase A Student Summer Permit

  1. Put 9 a.m., May 6, 2019 as a reminder in your phone.
  2. Be aware that the summer permit is valid from May 20 – Aug 9, 2019.
  3. Log into your NuPark (My Parking Account) account.
  4. Select location and complete payment process.
  5. Wait until you receive your confirmation email before parking in your assigned summer permit area.

Important notes:

  • Do not register as a visitor. Registering as a visitor may delay your ability to request a permit. If you accidentally register as a visitor, please call us at 573-882-4568 to unlock your account.
  • Summer parking is issued on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Logging into NuPark (My Parking Account) on multiple devices slows the process for you and your peers.
  • Remember that Missouri plates do not use the letter “O,” so if it appears your license plate has an “O” any Missouri plate will need to use the number 0 (zero) instead. The letter “I” is also not recognized on Missouri plates, every “I” needs to be entered as the number 1 (one). If entered incorrectly, our software will issue you a ticket as an unrecognized vehicle.

Donations for Citations

Visit your parking account to pay your citation by searching your license plate or citation number, or see if you’re eligible to use our our Donations for Citations program.

Your New Missouri License Plates: How They Can Cost You Money

Residents of the State of Missouri will be issued new license plates. The new license plates sent to vehicle owners will have different license plate numbers, meaning that our license plate recognition system will not recognize them.

If not recognized, unknown plates will be cited like any other person violating campus regulations. Expand the information below to avoid being wrongly ticketed due to the State’s new license plate issuance.

Expand for Steps

The State of Missouri is issuing bicentennial state license plates to residents. All non-specialty and non-personalized license plate holders will receive a new license plate number. When you receive your new plate, you will need to update your parking account in the following steps:

  1. Login to your parking account (
  2. Select “Remove” your vehicle with the Missouri license plate
  3. Add your vehicle back into your account with your new bicentennial Missouri plate

The system will not let you edit the license plate. You must complete the process of removing and adding your vehicle to avoid a citation.

Visiting for a Home Game or Event?

Visit our Events page for parking and event details.

Safe Walk Officers

Feel unsafe walking to a location on campus? Call 573-882-7201 to request a security officer or campus safety officer from the University Police Department to accompany you to an on-campus location. Please note these officers are on foot and cannot provide rides to your destination.

Parking Acronyms

Acronym Definition
PS Parking Structure
TF Top Floor
TAPS Tiger Avenue Parking Structure
VAPS Virginia Avenue Parking Structure
HSPS Hitt Street Parking Structure
TAG Turner Avenue Parking Structure
UAPS University Avenue Parking Structure
PS7 Parking Structure 7
WG1 Hospital/Tiger Avenue
SG4 Hearnes Center
SG5 South Side Mizzou Arena
CG1 Virginia/Hospital