We ensure the safe and efficient use of parking resources and the safe transportation
of community members who use the campus shuttles and charter service. We provide a wide range of parking and transportation services for the large and diverse
TU community of students, faculty, staff and visitors.
Fall 2017/Spring 2018 Parking Permits
Spring 2018 Commuter or Overflow parking permits may be purchased online through your eParkingaccount. These permits are valid as of January 20, 2018.
Resident students with over 30 credits and Faculty/Staff may purchase pro-rated Annual
Resident parking permits online through your eParking account.
Vehicleson the Towson University campusmusthave a permit in order to park legally.
Any student with less than 30 credits is considered a freshman and subject to certain
parking restrictions. Freshman resident students are not permitted to purchase a permit or have a vehicle on campus. Limited exceptions
with documentation may be granted. Freshman commuter students may only purchase Overflow or Evening permits.
Faculty, Staff and Students
Faculty, staff and students have several permit options. SelectStudent ParkingorFaculty & Staff Parkingand follow the easy steps to buy a permit. You will need your TU NetID and password
to login to youreParkingaccount. After purchasing your permit, carefully read the permit purchase letter you
will receive via email. It will provide specific information regarding your permit
type and other important details.
Visitor permits can be purchased at yellow paystations. Paystations are located in all garages and
parking lots on campus. The ticket from the paystation MUST be displayed on the dashboard
of the vehicle, face up.
Enforcement, Citations and Appeals
All vehicles parked on campus must have a valid permit duringenforcementhours: Monday through Thursday from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. If you have been issued a parking citation, all citations must either bepaidwithin 30 days from the date of issue orappealedwithin 25 days from the date of issue.
Please read all parking signs carefully and park only where authorized.
Parking in Nearby Commercial and Residential Areas
Students and faculty/staff members are cautioned NOT to park their vehicles in nearby
commercial parking lots or residential communities while on campus. Many of these
parking lots and communities have instituted parking programs that restrict parking
to patrons or residents during specific times and violators are subject to fines and