Parking decals may be purchased at the Spartan Ticket Box which is located across from Echols Hall during the hours or 9:30 am and 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday.
A valid University vehicle registration application, valid ID card or driver's license, and validated invoice (students) are needed to purchase a decal.
Decals may be purchased with cash, personal check, Visa, MasterCard, or Spartan Debit Cards.
All outstanding parking fines must be paid in order to purchase a decal.
For more information, call 823-2211.
Decal Registration Fees
Enrollment in payroll deduction for Faculty/Staff & reserved decals is available from July 1 - September 30 for the 6-month payroll deduction plan. A year-long payroll deduction plan is also offered from November 15 - December 15.
The Decal Form can be obtained from the Office of Parking & Transportation Services for either plan or may be found on our forms page.
Evening University Parking
Available only to those students who are enrolled as Evening University Students. This decal authorizes on-campus parking after 3:00 pm in lots designated as "Commuter Student" or "Open Parking" access ONLY.
Drivers of vehicles displaying an Evening University decal, who must come on campus prior to 3:00 pm, are required to obtain a temporary parking pass from the Office of Parking Services.
Issued to those persons who enroll at the University during the Summer Session and who do not possess a valid decal for the entire school year.
Special Events Parking
University parking facilities may be assigned temporarily to campus-sponsored or non-University organizations for special events. Sponsors of seminars, workshops, or other similar events requiring parking spaces for visitors must make prior arrangements through the Office of Parking Services.
Arrangements should be made at least 48 to 72 hours in advance, and in writing.
NOTE: At the discretion of the University, reserved spaces may be used during special event parking. Individuals with "Reserved Parking" decals may not be able to secure their space during such activities.
Furthermore, a limited number of major events each year may require traffic circulation control which may preclude access to certain campus parking lots.