Parking is available in the following areas:
Beginning 7:00 a.m., parking for the Maroon & White Game is available in the following areas for $10.00 cash only:
Disabled parking is available in University Center Garage (UCG) or Lot 62 on a limited basis.
The following road closures will be in place to create pedestrian safe zones in support of Family Weekend activities.
Maroon & White Site
Shuttle buses will run 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m. and will service
several areas across campus.
All buses will display "Aggieland Saturday" on the bus marquee.
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. No end of row or curb parking allowed.
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.
The Texas A&M Physics & Engineering Festival will be on Saturday, April 1.
Parking is FREE in lots 50 and 51. $5 per entry paid parking is available in Northside Garage next to Mitchell Physics Building.
Buses needing to drop-off passengers may use the west curb of Ireland Street, only between New Street and Ross Street.
Buses may stay no more than 10 minutes in this location while unloading and loading passengers.
Buses should then proceed to west bound New Main Drive and park along the curb.
Big Event parking is available for free.
Participants may park in the following lots:
*WCG parking free for any valid Texas A&M permit or pay-by-hour
John Kimbrough will be closed at Wellborn Rd. Lots can be access via George Bush Dr to Olsen Blvd or Penberthy Blvd or via Stotzer Pkwy to Olsen Blvd or Discovery Dr.
Pre-Kickoff Parking Map
Tool Bring Back Map
Big Event Site
Muster parking will be open Thursday, April 21 from 5:00pm to midnight.
FREE parking will be available in Lot 100 a-f immediately next to Reed Arena, 61, 74, 95, 97, 100j, 100m, and 104. Lot 102 is disabled parking only and 100g is reserved for honored guests.
New Student Conference parking permits are available beginning May 1.
NSC Parking & Info
The 2022 4-H Roundup will be held on campus from June 6–9.
4H Parking & Info
RELLIS Campus will be hosting a 4th of July Fireworks and Drones Show Tuesday, July 4, 2023.
Please note that no entry will be permitted once the show begins.
The parking areas will open at 6:30 p.m., and the 30-minute fireworks and drones show will begin at 9:00 p.m.
Parking for this event will be available in designated areas that can be found on the event map available and hyperlinked below.
More details are available at the RELLIS Campus website.
Bonfire Remembrance attendees may park in any non-reserved or marked spaces within lots 47, 50, 51 and 54 from 11:00 p.m., November 17th until 4:00 a.m. November 18th.
Vehicles remaining in these lots after 4:00 a.m. must have a valid A&M permit for the specific lot they are parked.
Midnight Yell attendees may park in most surface lots.
Lots 30, 40 and 122 are 24 hour reserved and unavailable for this event.
The closest available lots to Kyle Field are 48, 61, 62, 100a-c, 102 and 104.
No overnight parking is permitted. No vehicles will be permitted into Gene Stallings Blvd. Garage, University Center Garage or West Campus Garage after 10pm the night before home football games.
There is no bus service for Midnight Yell. Consider alternative options, such as grabbing a bike through or bike share program.
Yell Leaders Website
The annual National Night Out event is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 5 from 6pm to 8pm at Hullabaloo (on campus) and Century Square (off campus).
Parking for the Hullabaloo event is available in the following locations:
Guests attending Commencement in Reed Arena should park in lot 100 around Reed Arena.
100 a–c & e–f and
West Campus Garage
will be open for Commencement.
Lot 102 is reserved for Disabled parking and
100 g is reserved for special guests.
Reed Arena Parking Map
After Ceremony Traffic
Day of parking for high school graduation ceremonies will be available for $5 cash only or valid Texas A&M University parking permit. Parking can be pre-purchased using ParkMobile. Parking charges are per entry.
After Ceremony Traffic
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.
During the Silver Taps ceremony, all MSC routes will have their MSC stops moved to the ILCB stop on Lamar St. out of respect and to avoid shining lights into the Academic Plaza.
In case of inclement weather, please contact Student Assistant Services at 979.845.3113 for additional ceremony information,
and check the Traditions Council Facebook and MaroonLink
pages for the most up-to-date information regarding the Silver Taps ceremony.
Silver Taps Site
Parking for season OPAS events is included in the ticket price for University Center Garage.
For special OPAS events, guests may park in University Center Garage
at the hourly visitor rate. For directions and more information, visit MSC OPAS
MSC OPAS Site
Ring Day will be held at the Clayton W. Williams, Jr. Alumni Center.
Event Parking will be available in West Campus Garage:
Shuttle buses will run between West Campus Garage and the Clayton W. William, Jr. Alumni Center on April 13 and 14 from 8:15 a.m. to 1 hour after the last ring delivery.
View full Ring Day map
Houston Street will be closed on April 13 from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and on April 14 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. unless there are weather delays.
Parking with your annual Texas A&M permit? If you saved your barcode screenshot on your phone, update it with this year's barcode.
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