PERMITS | UT Police Parking/Access Division

The University Police Department is responsible for issuing and collecting permits, collecting fees for permits either monthly or through payroll deduction and maintaining all permit records.

 

No parking permits will be renewed if any unpaid campus citations exist. Those permits bought on the payroll deduction plan will be cancelled as of September 1st, if any unpaid citations are shown for the permit holder. Any permit that is cancelled or allowed to expire, for citations or any other purpose, will cause the permit holder to forfeit any preferred parking assignment then in effect. Renewal of parking permits on or before August 31st of each year will allow the current parking assignment to continue in effect. Renewal of the parking permit after September 1st of each year will be based solely on the availability of parking then existing. Any forfeited special parking assignment will automatically be made available to those persons on the Waiting List.

 

FEE SCHEDULE 2013-2014
  • Zone 1 Reserved
  • Zone 1 Non-Reserved
  • Zone 2 Reserved
  • Zone 2 Non-Reserved
  • Zone 3 Reserved
  • Zone 3 Non-Reserved
  • Zone 4 Non-Reserved
  • Zone 5 Non-Reserved
  • Zone 6 Non-Reserved
  • Commuter
  • Motorcycles
  • Service & Delivery
  • Official Business
  • Retirees
  • Volunteer w/proper paperwork. (Letter from the Dean)
  • $74.91 Monthly
  • $46.83
  • $53.58
  • $34.00
  • $53.58
  • $17.00
  • $8.50
  • $7.25
  • $9.66
  • $2.41
  • $4.83
  • $306.00
  • $29.00 Annual
  • $29.00 Annual
  • Free

Visitor Parking

  • 30 minutes or less
  • 31 minutes to 1 hour
  • 1 to 2 hours
  • 2 to 3 hours
  • 3 to 4 hours
  • 4 to 5 hours
  • 5+ hours
  • lost ticket
  • Free
  • $1.25
  • $2.25
  • $3.25
  • $4.25
  • $5.25
  • $6.00
  • $6.00

Continuing Education

  • $5.00 per day per vehicle - Monday - Friday 6:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • x
  • $10.00 Outside events after 5:00 pm & weekends

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
  • Question: I got a ticket.  What do I do?
  • Answer: You must either pay the citation or file a written appeal within 10 calendar days.  Either action can be taken in person at the parking office (next to the University Bookstore), or online at utpolice.uthscsa.edu/.  If you have questions call 210-562-PARK (7275) or email us at parking@uthscsa.edu.
  • Question: Can I park in reserved parking spaces on the weekends?
  • Answer: In surface area reserved spaces, yes.  But remember, parking space rules in parking garages, time zones, and disabled spaces are in effect 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Question: Why are late fees added to my citations?
  • Answer: Any citation not paid or appealed in writing within 10 calendar days will automatically accrue late fees.
  • Question: How fast can I drive on campus?
  • Answer: The speed limit is 15 mph on roadways and in parking lots, and 5 mph in garages.  This is strictly enforced.