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PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

Special Programs

The following groups are eligible to obtain access to other parking areas and/or receive a reduced rate for permits.  An individual's full time status takes priority over any other status.  Students eligible for special group permits must provide documentation of their status/participation in the program. 

The following groups are eligible for other access and/or reduced rates:

  • Residence Life Coordinator Spouses and Significant Others

Upon receipt of official documentation from Residence Life, individuals will be eligible to purchase a "Resident Life" permit at the lowest Faculty/Staff rate.  Permits must be purchased in person at the Auxiliary Services Business Office.

 

  • Graduate Assistants with a 20+ hour contract

Upon receiving official documentation from the Graduate Assistant program, individuals will be eligible to purchase a Faculty/Staff permit at the lowest Faculty/Staff rate.  This includes Graduate Assistants with two 10 hour contracts within the same term. If your online parking account has not been updated, you must bring official documentation of your contract(s) to Parking & Transportation Services located in the Union Garage in order to have your account updated.  Once updated, you will be able to purchase your permit online through the e-Parking link.

If your Graduate Assistantship has not been renewed for the upcoming term, the Faculty/Staff permit will need to be cancelled or exchanged at the Auxiliary Services Business Office only before the refund period of March 31st of each year.. If you are an active Graduate student for the semester, either a Commuter permit may be purchased or a daily visitor parking permit may be purchased if parking is required on campus.

Graduate Assistants eligble for a Faculty/Staff permit are not eligble for the payroll deduction or installment payment plan options. Payment options available is C.O.D. or credit card at time of purchase.

 

  • Alumni & Burdick Fitness Members

Upon verification of status, individuals will be eligible to purchase an Overflow permit at half the regular Commuter rate. Permits must be purchased in person at the Auxiliary Services Business Office.

 

  • Golden ID students

Upon verification of status, individuals will be eligible to purchase an Overflow permit at half the regular Commuter rate.  Permits must be purchased in person at the Auxiliary Services Business Office. 

 

Students involved in the following programs will be required to provide proof they have obtained a parking permit from their home institution.

 

  • IIR participants

Individuals must provide verification of status and proof they have obtained a parking permit from their home campus. IIR participants are then eligible to obtain a Commuter permit at no cost.  If a TU Username and password have been established, students may obtain their parking permit online through the e-Parking link.  If no TU Username or log on information has been established, students will need to visit the Auxiliary Services Business Office located in the University Union.

 

  • Joint MBA Program students

Upon receipt of official documentation from the Joint MBA program, participants are then eligible to obtain a Commuter permit at no cost.  If a TU Username and password have been established, students may obtain their parking permit online through the e-Parking link.  If no TU Username or log on information has been established, students will need to visit the Auxiliary Services Business Office located in the University Union.

 

 



Parking and Transportation Services

Union Garage

Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

410-704-PARK (7275) Parking, Events, Shuttle and Charter Bus Information
410-704-RIDE (7433) Para-Transit Services and Requests
Fax: 410-704-3370
E-mail: upark@towson.edu

 

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