Parking FAQ


What do I do if my permit is lost?

Student and Faculty/Staff semester permits purchased in person: Report a lost permit to Parking and Transportation Services. A replacement permit can be purchased according to the permit fee schedule which prorates approximately every 30 days. If a lost permit is recovered by enforcement staff while issuing a parking ticket, the cost of the replacement permit will be refunded. Student and Faculty/Staff semester permits purchased online: Report a permit lost to Parking and Transportation Services. Only permits purchased online will be replaced at no cost, if the permit is not received in the mail, if reported within the first 3 weeks of instruction, or within 4 weeks of the date of purchase. Annual/Special Permits: Report a lost permit to Parking and Transportation Services. The administrative fee for a replacement is $25 each. If a lost permit is recovered by enforcement staff while issuing a parking ticket, the administrative fee will be refunded.

How do I get a refund for my parking permit?

Refund requests must be made at the Parking & Transportation office located in T-1400 (north of the police department). Permit must be returned to the Parking and Transportation Office prior to the first day of classes for 100% refund. Starting the first day of classes and every 30 days thereafter the refund amount is reduced by 25%. Click here for the refund schedule.

What can I do about a Parking Violation Notice (Parking Ticket)?

You may pay or contest any parking violation notice within 21 days from the issuance date. *Due to nightly system maintenance, online transactions cannot be completed from 11:00pm to midnight.