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  R- Parking Permit is for faculty/staff to park in designated reserve parking space or in Zone A and general parking lots. Reserved Parking Spaces are enforced 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week. If a violator is parked in a reserve parking space, please contact the University Police Department and park in a legal parking space. 
  A- Parking Permit is for faculty/staff to park in Zone A and general parking lots.
  V- Parking Permit is for veterinarian professional students to park in Zone V or B zones, and general parking lots. 
  B- Parking Permit is for students to park in Zone B and general parking lots.
  C- Parking Permit is for students, freshmen, to park in Zone C and general parking lots.
  H- Parking Permit is for vendor's employees to park in general parking lots.
  Visitors are eligible to receive a University parking permit free of charge.


All new motorized vehicles operating on the campus of Tuskegee University should be registered with the Tuskegee University Police Department (Vehicle Registration Division). PARKING PERMITS EXPIRE ON AUGUST 31st of each year. A $15 late fee is automatically assessed for vehicles registered after this period.

University parking permits are not transferable. The University prohibits the transfer of a parking permit to a vehicle to which it was not intended. Operators found in violation of transferring permits will be fined and possibly denied campus parking privileges.

An individual with a lost or stolen permit must report such incident within 24 hours of its occurrence.

(Faculty/Staff) Any faculty or staff member would receive a University parking permit for the fee of $75.00 (Academic Year) and $20.00 (Summer Session). These permits expire annually in August. Faculty/Staff permits are valid in zone A or any general parking lots on campus except reserve parking spaces, unless you are assigned to the individual parking space. The person that registered the vehicle on campus should only use the faculty/staff permit. Abuse of this privilege could result in the penalty or deactivation of the permit.

(Retired Faculty/Staff) Any retired faculty or staff member is eligible to receive a University parking permit free of charge. These permits expire annually in August. Retired faculty/staff permits are valid in Zone A or any general parking lots on campus except reserve parking spaces. Retired faculty/staff permits are issued as a privilege and should only to be used by the retiree. Abuse of this privilege could result in the penalty or deactivation of the permit.

(Students) A student would receive a University parking permit for the fee of $75.00 (Academic Year) and $20.00 (Summer Session). These permits expire annually in August. A student permit is valid in zone V if the parking permits displays, “V”. A student permit is valid in zone B if the parking permits displays, “B”. A student permit is valid in zone C if the parking permits displays, “C” or any general parking lots on campus except reserve parking spaces. The person that registered the vehicle on campus should only use the student permit. Abuse of this privilege could result in the penalty or deactivation of the permit.

(Visitors) Visitors are eligible to receive a University parking permit free of charge: 1Day parking permit is given at Lincoln Gate (Driver License Check Point). To request an extended parking permit, (Permit for 1-5 days) Complete the vehicle registration form online, and present one form of identification to obtain a visitor permit. At least one of the documents must be a valid driver license. Parking Permits are issued at the Vehicle Registration Office (Tompkins Hall Suite 501) during normal business hours. After Hours pick up is at the Tuskegee University Police Department, for the individuals that completed the registration form online during the normal business hours. Visitor’s Parking Permits are issued to park in any general parking lots.