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How do I pay for my permit? Your permit will be billed to your student fee account. Changes in your enrollment status may cause you to become ineligible for Student Fee Account payment transfer. If you become ineligible, your permit will be held until it is paid in full or until it is revoked for non-payment on August 28, 2019, whichever occurs first.
When is payment due? Your permit will be placed on your Student Fee Account approximately the first week of August. Payment is due by the date specified by Student Billing Services.

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How does payroll deduction work? To qualify for payroll deduction, you must be in a budgeted position with at least a 4.5 month appointment and at least 25% effort. Changes in employment status may cause you to become ineligible for payroll deduction. If you become ineligible your permit will not be mailed until it is paid in full. Permits not paid by August 28, 2019 will be offered to the next customer waiting.
Specifically, how will I see my deductions reflected on my paycheck detail? Customers who select pre-tax payroll deduction during online permit registration will see deductions reflected in the following ways:
  • 12-month employees paid monthly: will see 12 equal deductions beginning in September through August
  • 12-month employees paid bi-weekly: will see 24 equal deductions from each of the first two paychecks of each month beginning in August through July
  • 9-11 month employees paid monthly: will see 9 equal deductions beginning in September through May
  • 9-11 month employees paid bi-weekly: will see 18 equal deductions from each of the first two paychecks of each month beginning in August through April
  • 4.5-8 month employees paid monthly: will see 4 equal deductions beginning in September through December
  • 4.5-8 month employees paid bi-weekly: will see 8 equal deductions from each of the first two paychecks of each month beginning in August through November
Customers who select pre-tax payroll deduction after online permit registration closes will see deductions reflected in the following ways:
  • Employees paid monthly: will see a double deduction during the month after the date the permit is purchased, then will see equal payments for the remaining portion of the term of their employment
  • Employees paid bi-weekly: will see a double deduction on each of the first two paychecks during the month after the date the permit is purchased, then will see equal payments for the remaining portion of the term of their employment
Why are parking permit payroll deduction payment taken post tax? Effective the 2019-20 permit year, Texas A&M System Office of Budgets & Accounting announced their decision to discontinue the pre-tax parking benefit for all System components. Customers who elect to pay for their 2019-2020 permits using automated payroll deductions will have all parking payments deducted post-tax rather than pre-tax. Transportation Services employees are not able to answer questions about IRS tax law.
What if I don't choose payroll deductions? Payment must be received by August 28, 2019 to claim your parking assignment. Permits will not be mailed until payment is received.

Pay online with CREDIT CARD or E-check. Beginning August 1, 2019, assignments will be available via My Account and you may pay for your permit.

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Mail a check, payable to Texas A&M University and include your printed permit confirmation to:

Texas A&M University
Transportation Services
1250 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-1250

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Pay in person by bringing your picture ID and payment to 108 Koldus. Payment will be processed and your permit will be mailed to the address you designate during the registration process.
I don't want to pay online for my permit. What should I do? Register for the parking permit you desire. On Step 2, designate the shipping address (permits will be mailed). On Step 3, choose the Credit Card or eCheck payment option*. No later than August 1, 2019 you will receive an email from Transportation Services via TAMU email indicating that it is time to submit payment information. Login to My Account, print your parking assignment and mail your printed permit information and payment (check) to:

Texas A&M University
Transportation Services
1250 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-1250

OR

To pay in person, bring your picture ID and payment to 108 Koldus. Payment will be processed and your permit will be mailed to the address you designated during the registration process.

*Payment must be received by August 28, 2019 to claim your parking assignment. Permit will not be mailed until payment is received.