- Student permits
- Visitor permits
- Employee permits
- Other permit types
- Citations and traffic violations
Undergraduate (ResLife, commuter and overnight) permits and graduate/professional student permits follow the same rate structure. Permits are valid on a semester basis. Purchasing information is available on the undergraduate student permits and graduate student permit webpages.
Fall permits are valid from August 1 through December 31; spring permits are valid from January 1 through May 12 (last day of finals).
- Parking lot/top floor garage:
- Fall 2023: $108.75
- Spring 2024: $108.75
- Garage/structure (below top floor):
- Fall 2023: $127.50
- Spring 2024: $127.50
Summer permits are effective from May 13 (day following spring semester finals) through July 31. Please note that the Tiger Line shuttle service is not active during the summer semester.
- Parking lot:
- Summer 2023: $64.50
- Summer 2023: $76.50
Visitors to campus may park in metered parking or purchase a one-day pass for a parking lot or structure/garage. Requirements, locations and purchasing information is available on the visitor permit webpage.
- Metered parking: $1.25/hour
- Parking lot: $8/day
- Garage/structure: $10/day
For faculty and staff, permit rates vary depending on year (changing January 1), location and salary range. Revenue from permit sales helps pay for deferred maintenance of parking structures and lots. For purchasing information, visit the employee permit webpage.
Check the charts below to determine monthly rates for parking lots and parking structures. Staff who are paid hourly can determine their annual salary by multiplying their hourly rate by 2080 hours worked per year (for example: $12 x 2080 = $24,960).
Monthly Rate for Parking Lots
|More than $100,000||$29.25||$40.50||$51.75|
Monthly Rate for Parking Structures
|More than $100,000||$34||$47||$60|
Other Permit Types
Those who provide goods and services to the university, or share in another type of business relationship, may purchase a vendor/services permit. Visit the vendor/services permit webpage for rates and purchasing instructions.
For other types of permits, such as visiting scholar, reserved spaces and rental patrons, check out the full parking rate presentation (PDF) for pricing information.
Citations and Traffic Violations
Citations may be issued when a driver or vehicle violates university traffic regulations. Those receiving a citation may choose to pay the citation or to appeal the notice. The fee associated with a citation varies depending on the type of traffic violation. Learn more on the citation and fees webpage.