COVID-19 parking and transit updates
Texas A&M University has 14 electric vehicle
charging stations on main campus and two on RELLIS campus.
ChargePoint and nrg network charging stations require a membership with the respective network to activate the charger.
This membership and associated usage fees are independent of Texas A&M University and Transportation Services and are in addition for fees charged for parking (visitor and contract).
To sign up for a charging station network please go to the respective website:
Level 1 chargers have a typical 110V outlet for users to plug in their 110V cords for their vehicles.
Level 2 chargers have SAE J1772 connectors for 240V charging. This connector is found on most mainstream EVs including, but not limited to,
the Nissan Leaf, Chevy Volt, Plug-in Prius, and Tesla Model S. Due to the vehicle charge port location, the Tesla Model S requires a station with a 25’ cord.
University Center (UCG) and Northside (NSG) Garages contract parking permit holders actively charging their vehicles in their permitted garage
are allowed to park in the non-contract parking area to access the EV charging stations.
In any garage or surface lot station, when charging is complete,
your EV needs to be moved to a parking space in the applicable contract/visitor parking area to allow for other EV owners to use the EV charging station.
Faculty and staff that own plug-in EVs and would like to have contract parking in NSG or UCG may submit requests online via the wait list: https://transport2.tamu.edu/account.
Contract parking permit holders in UCG or NSG with plug-in EVs need to submit the Electric Vehicle Registration Form.
If you have questions, please contact Transportation Services at 979-862-PARK.