Graduate/Professional Student Permit

All students are welcome to purchase a permit to park on campus. Graduate and professional student permits receive higher priority than undergraduate student permits and locations vary depending on availability and the program in which the student is enrolled.

Note: Per federal regulations, the university is not permitted to discuss student records, including billing, with parents/guardians without the student’s consent. These regulations apply regardless of the student’s age. Students may choose how to grant others access to information.

Professional Student Permits

Professional students in Law; Medicine; Nursing; Occupational Therapy; Pharmacy; Physical Therapy; and Veterinary Medicine have a separate process for purchasing permits through their program coordinator.

Locations available are specific to each program, near the building(s) students will need to access most often.

Graduate Student Permits

Permits are purchased per academic year and paid in semester increments (billed in August for fall; December for spring) with an option to cancel between semesters. Permits will auto-renew between semesters unless cancelled; see the “Purchasing a permit” section for information on permits currently available.

Purchasing a Permit

See the permit rates webpage for pricing information before making a purchase. Follow the purchase instructions based on the type of permit needed. Permits are issued based on campus parking priority. For questions, consult the Parking FAQs and, if needed, email

Do not create a visitor account. If you need assistance, contact the Parking and Transportation office at 573-882-4568.

  • Summer/Fall 2024 permit: Purchase dates and additional information will be available mid-spring.
  • Spring 2024 permit: For new graduate student permit holders, complete the graduate permit application form via Qualtrics. Professional students purchase a permit online from your parking account. See the permit rates webpage for pricing information.

Cancelling a Permit

Permit holders will receive an email notification ahead of the permit auto-renewal and may choose to cancel their permit at that time. Instructions for cancellation are included in the email notification.

For other types of cancellation request, please email Please note, per university policy, all permit cancellation requests must originate from the student permit holder’s official university email address (e.g. Cancellation requests sent from alternate locations will not be processed.

Parking Notifications

All students who are issued a permit will receive emails to their university email address with updates and notifications related to their parking permit, such as relocating to alternate parking when game day parking provisions are in effect or related to construction or events in the area that may impact parking availability.

Students who park in a prohibited location will receive a traffic citation. Unpaid citations will place a hold on your account that will prevent you from registering for courses for the next semester. To remove the hold on your account, either appeal or resolve the citations.