Visitor parking is available in garage and surface parking areas across campus.
Use the Visitor Parking Map to find the parking location closest to your destination
(Visitor Parking lots/garages highlighted in blue). Use the Search box in the top right-hand corner to locate buildings, offices, dining facilities and other points of interest.
Vehicles in unpaid spaces will be cited. Customers have 15 minutes to exit garage facilities after payment is rendered. Additional payment is required after 15 minutes.
Access to Cain Garage will vary with each phase of construction throughout the MSC Streets Renovation project. For garage access and project info, see below.
Hourly motorcycle visitor parking is available in any motorcycle space on campus using pay by phone and your license plate number.
Create an account online.
All surface lot locations accept American Express, MasterCard, Visa and Discover – no checks.
In addition all garage visitor parking locations have at least one machine that accepts cash.
Cashiers are available during normal business hours to accept payment in Unviersity Center and Cain Garage.
How to Use Pay By Phone
How to Use Extend By Phone
How to Use Pay Machines
Skip the Line – Pay for Hourly Visitor Parking via Mobile Phone
Some hourly visitor parking areas accept payment with your cell phone via the ParkMobile App so you can skip the line.
Available at Lots 51, 61, 72, 74, 97, 88, 100, Motorcycle parking areas and Northside Garage.
It is easy to use!
More on ParkMobile
A limited number of spaces on campus are designated as timed parking and intended for short term parking only.
These spaces are designated by signs and/or paint on the curb/space which indicates the period of time someone may park in the space.
No permit is required to park in the timed spaces, except in Lot 104. These areas are strictly enforced to ensure their availability.
Timed Parking Map
In addition to the hourly rate facilities, visitors may choose to pre-pay for daily, weekly or monthly parking by logging in to My Account
with their NetID and clicking "Purchase event or available annual permit". Visitors without an existing account must first create an account.
Refer to the maps below to view available parking locations during the time you will be visiting campus.
Guests should contact their department or event sponsor for parking information or park in an hourly visitor parking area.
The Transportation Services Special Event unit provides scheduling for parking, traffic devices and officer support for all your special event, conference and department guest needs.
Requests are fulfilled based upon availability. More department guest information
Temporary parking permits for surface lots are available on a limited basis. The issue of a temporary surface lot permit is contingent upon space availability as determined by Transportation Services.
Individuals who do not have a current parking permit and who need to park on campus temporarily may purchase a temporary permit at the Transportation Services office in
108 Koldus during normal business hours.
Permit holders may also purchase a temporary permit for their designated lot upon approval by Transportation Services.
There is a fee for temporary parking permits for both those affiliated and those not affiliated with the University.
Visitors to the Texas A&M University campus are always welcome. Transportation Services has provided parking accommodations for visitors in locations listed on this page.
The fee for parking in these areas is posted at the entrance to each parking facility.
If parking is not available in one of these areas or if special arrangements are needed, please call Transportation Services at 979.862.PARK.
University affiliates who park on campus are required to purchase a permit, therefore, we ask visitors to refrain from parking in areas designated for faculty, staff and students,
unless prior arrangements are made through Transportation Services.
Using campus parking facilities for any purpose other than what they are intended is prohibited.
No recreational activity may occur within parking lots or garages, including stairwells, without prior authorization from Transportation Services.
Violators are subject to ticketing, booting and/or towing.
Faculty, staff and students are responsible for any citations that are issued to visiting family members.
Should a relative of Texas A&M University faculty, staff or students receive parking citations, Transportation Services has the authority to bill the citations to the University's affiliate.
Transportation Services reserves the right of refusal for any activity.
For questions, please contact Customer Assistance at 979.862.PARK or email firstname.lastname@example.org.