Faculty and Staff

A staff member is any person who is employed by the University in any capacity other than student employment, and who is not taking more than seven credit hours.

Students wanting to learn more about their eligibility for parking permits should review the available Student information.

Faculty/Staff PermitsFee
Reserve permit $1,000 per year
A permit $250 per year
B permit $100 per year
ID permit $20 per year

To view the steps for purchasing or renewing a permit, review the parking permit FAQ.

Reserve (RE) permits may only be purchased by those holding positions designated as eligible by the President of the University.

"A" and "B" permits may be purchased by any regularly employed staff or faculty member. The permit holder is responsible for any violations issued to vehicles linked to their permit. Permits may be used by the registered individual only. 

Review a brief video about parking pass changes on campus

"ID" permits are valid in any "A" or "B" space only during the hours of 7-8 a.m. and 3-5 p.m. "ID" permits are valid for one vehicle only are not eligible for payroll deduction.

To purchase a permit, follow the instructions on the Purchasing a Permit webpage. Regularly employed staff and faculty may choose to either pay the cost of the parking permit in full or opt to use pre-tax payroll deduction at the time of purchase. If payroll deduction is selected as the payment method, the cost of the parking permit will be spread over 10 months from August to May. Payroll deductions are not utilized in June or July and are not available for use with "ID" permit purchases.

Students employed in graduate staff positions may also choose pretax payroll deduction. Temporary, adjunct and student staff are not eligible for payroll deduction.

Individuals with a garage access card for "A" or "Reserved" permits must return it to Parking Facilities upon ineligibility, including termination of employment. Use or possession of forged, stolen, altered, transferred or invalid permits may result in a citation, immobilization and/or towing of the vehicle, criminal charges, and/or disciplinary action through the University. View the Parking Tickets/Citations webpage for related information.

Vehicles may not be stored in any parking lot or garage for longer than 24 hours without permission from the Parking Facilities Office. Any vehicles in violation of this may be towed at the owner's expense.

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