COVID-19 parking and transit updates
All camp attendees and visitors who wish to park on campus need to purchase a permit or pay to park in visitor parking garages.
Register online for a 2020–21 annual parking permit. These permits will be mailed beginning mid-July.
If the permit does not arrive prior to the date you need to park on campus, sign in to My Account to attain and print your 2020–21 parking permit receipt (available mid-July).
Display your parking permit receipt page in the dashboard of your vehicle while parking in the lot designated for the session you are attending
(see tables for Fish Camp ,T-Camp & Howdy Camp).
If you do not wish to purchase a 2020–21 annual parking permit, a $5.00 temporary Fish Camp/T-Camp parking permit may be purchased online at My Account
Print and then display the permit receipt in the dashboard of your vehicle while parking in the lot designated for the session you are attending
(see tables for Fish Camp, T-Camp & Howdy Camp).
Vehicles parked in tow-away or restricted areas are subject to ticketing and/or
towing by university parking officials. Please remember to LOCK YOUR CAR. Campus
security will be patrolling, however, Fish Camp & T-Camp will not be responsible
for theft or loss.
Attendees may purchase an hourly or weekly permit by creating an account at My Account and selecting their desired option.
Attendees purchasing a permit will print the permit during the purchasing process. Permits should be displayed on dashboard while parked on campus.
If attendees do not wish to purchase one of the above permits, they may park in Gene Stallings Blvd. Garage, West Campus Garage, University Center Garage, Central Campus Garage (payment will be required upon exiting the garage)
or west campus visitor parking areas according to the hourly rates.
For questions about parking please call 979.862.PARK or contact