Guests attending Commencement should park in lot 100 around Reed Arena or in the over 2,500 FREE spaces available
in West Campus Garage.
Lots 61, 74, 100 a-f, j and m will be open for Commencement on both days. Lot 102 is reserved for Disabled parking and 100 g is reserved for special guests.
Graduation Parking & Traffic Map
After Ceremony Traffic
General graduation information
May 30 High School Graduation Parking Map
Parking for high school graduation ceremonies will be available for $5 or free with a valid Texas A&M University parking permit.
June 6-7 High School Graduation Parking Map
Pre-purchase parking pass
$5 Event parking will be available all day Friday 4/11, in West Campus
Garage. Express shuttles will run Friday from 10:30 am – 9:15 pm from West Campus Garage to the MSC and Clayton Williams Alumni Center.
Those with a valid parking permit may park at either their regular parking lot or at Reed Arena lot 100.
The Aggie Ring Shuttle WILL be running between the West Campus Garage and the Clayton W. Williams, Jr. Alumni Center.
Limited disabled parking spaces are available in our circle drive along Houston Street.
Ring Day Shuttle Map
Ring Day website
Parking for Silver Taps is free in University Center Garage from 9pm to 2am. Family parking is on the Houston St side of the 1st floor of the garage in the bay area.
In case of inclement weather, Silver Taps will take place at Sbisa with free parking from 9pm to 2am in Northside Garage. Should the visitor level fill, access will be allowed to the upper levels. Please park above the 3rd floor.
Silver Taps Website
Parking for First Yell is $5 or any valid TAMU permit in 48, 62, 39, 61 and West Campus Garage or $5 or UCG permit in University Center Garage.
First Yell Parking Map
First Yell Website
Yell Leaders website
Permit holders should park according to the Night Parking rules. Parking in West Campus Garage beginning at 10pm the night before home football games is restricted to WCG and WCR permits only.
Visitor parking is available for an hourly fee in the Visitor Parking areas.
The annual National Night Out event is scheduled for Tuesday, October 1 from 6-8pm at Hullabaloo Hall. Permit holders may park in lot 61 and hourly visitor parking is available in Northside Garage.
National Night Out Website
The Undergraduate Convocation will occur at Reed Arena from 2-3 pm. Parking is available in lots 61, 97, 100a-f & j with disabled parking in lot 102.
Parking and Traffic Entrance Map
Traffic Exit Map
Undergraduate Convocation website
Aggieland Saturday guests may park free of charge in the following lots:
Permits are not required on Saturdays and spaces may be available
in other lots; however, visitors may NOT park in reserved/restricted
spaces which include Reserved Numbered, University Business,
Service, Timed, Loading Spaces, and Residence Hall lots
30 and 40, which are 24 hour reserved.
Buses should park in Lot 74 on west campus near Rosenthal Meat Science Center.
There are also paid visitor parking areas if guests would
prefer those facilities.
Aggieland Saturday Map
Aggieland Saturday Main Site
Big Event guests may park in the following lots:
Over 3,700 FREE spaces are available in West Campus Garage. Gates will go up at 5 pm.
To avoid congestion, access the Reed Arena area via Stotzer and Research Parkway/Discovery to Kimbrough, Stotzer and Olsen or Wellborn and Kimbrough.
Muster Parking Map
Muster Traffic Map
Parents’ Weekend Parking – April 11 - 12
Saturday, April 12, $5 event parking will be available all day in University Center Garage.
Saturday Parents' Weekend Parking Map
Parents' Weekend Website
The I Love America Celebration will take place at the Bush Library. Shuttles will
run from 4:30 to 9:15pm and resume 10 minutes after the fireworks display. The bus
will pick up at West Campus Garage (WCG), Lot 97 and on Penberthy across from Lot
100e. Free parking will be available in 100a-b, e-g, 61, 74, 97, 102 and WCG with
disabled parking available in 41, 43 and 111. Please review the maps below for
road closures, shuttle information and parking areas.
Transportation Services invites the public to watch the I Love America Celebration
fireworks from atop West Campus Garage. There is no charge to park in the garage
for the July 4th events. The top of the garage will be blocked to vehicles, allowing
spectators to set up lawn chairs to view the fireworks. Parking will be allowed
on all other levels. Visitors may bring coolers but no alcohol, barbecues, cooking,
fires, glass containers or sitting on walls will be allowed. Visitors are encouraged
to bring plenty of drinking water. For the safety of all attendees,
no bicycles, skateboards, scooters, etc will be allowed.
Parking & Shuttle Map
Post Event Traffic Map