How do I get a permit?
Lot 100 and Night permits are available for immediate puchase under
My Account. Requests for other lots may be made by signing up for
the wait list.
How do I get on the waitlist?
You can add yourself to a waitlist for up to six choices by logging into My Account.
When your name reaches the top of the wait list for a lot/garage with a vacancy, you will be notified via TAMU email and offered the opportunity to exchange
or purchase the permit available by a given date. You can view your waitlist progress through My Account.
How can I get bus information?
Our Transit page includes maps, schedules
and other information regarding on-campus, off-campus, night and weekend routes. You may also visit m.tamu.edu for quick maps and times from your mobile device.
Are there any areas other than my assigned lot where my permit is valid during
the day (Night permits are NOT VALID during the day)?
Yes. See our Parking Permit FAQs
permit information page.
Where can visitors park?
Visitors may pay to park by the hour in Lots , 51(Weisenbaker), 61(Kleberg), 72 (Wehner), 74(Rosenthal), 88 (GSC), 97(Agrilife) or in the Central Campus,
Northside, University Center or West Campus Garages. We ask that visitor refrain
from parking in areas designted for faculty, staff and students. For more information,
maps and rates see Visitor Parking.
May I park in other areas at night and on weekends?
All valid TAMU permits may park in other lots from 5pm to 6am and no
permit is required on Saturday, Sunday or days when the university is
officially closed. Exceptions include numbered space, restricted areas,
lots 30 and 40, the golf lot and spaces reserved for athletic and other special
events. Parking restriction notifications for athletic or special events are posted at the entrance of all lots affected.
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