Parking permit rates for Faculty/Staff are determined by previous year's salary. For new hires, permit rate is determined by anticipated salary.
COVID-Related Discounts & Adjustments
Permits for faculty and staff are based on annual pay and are prorated monthly. Due to modified operations related to COVID-19, permits are being sold on a term (semester) basis for fall 2020 and spring 2021. Parking rates will continue at the 2019-2020 academic year rates, and the semester rate will be half of the applicable annual rate. Fall 2020 payroll deductions for parking permits will occur over nine pay cycles for those who sign up by the first pay cycle. Spring deductions will be done over 10 pay cycles.
In addition, faculty/staff fall and spring term permits will be discounted an additional 50 percent, and all faculty/staff will remain in their 2019-2020 parking salary tiers. Any changes over the past year that moved a faculty or staff member into a higher tier will not be applied for this academic year.
Daily permits will be available for faculty and staff in their designated parking areas beginning Aug. 24 through ParkMobile and at pay stations. Daily permits on the main campus will cost $6/day (including General Services, Public Safety and Core spaces for commuters). Daily parking will be available in Overflow spaces in West Village garage and stadium lots for $3/day.
Please visit towson.edu/parking/ for more information and instructions for purchasing daily permits.
Spring 2021 Parking Permits
|Salary Range||Spring 2021
|A||Less than $19,999||$37.00||$3.70|
|F||$100,000 or more||$264.00||$26.40|
**This spring term, payroll bi-weekly is based on full 10 pays payroll deduction at beginning of academic/fiscal year.
Spring 2021 Parking Permits
|Salary Range||fall 2020
|A||Less than $19,999||$37.00||$4.11|
|E||$80,000 - 99,999||$251.00||$27.88|
|F||$100,000 or more||$264.00||$29.33|
*Note: Due to modified operations related to COVID, only term (semester) permits will be sold for Fall 2020 & Spring 2021. As such, Fall deductions for those who sign up by the first pay cycle will be done over 9 pay cycles. Spring deductions will be done over 10 pay cycles.
Spring 2021 permit sales begin via eParking on January 1, 2021 at 9 a.m.
Last day for pro-rated refunds for cancellation of Spring 2021 term permits will be March 31, 2021.
This option is available to all regular non-contingent employees who choose to enroll. A pre-determined amount is deducted from bi-weekly pay throughout the year in lieu of paying for the permit in full at the time of purchase. Please note: This academic year, the bi-weekly deductions above correspond to the fall term only and spring 2021 term only.
Those who were enrolled in Payroll Deduction for the Fall 2020 term and maintained their fall parking permit will rollover automatically for the Spring 2021 term. Open Enrollment for Payroll Deduction for fall 2020 was between July 27, 2020 - October 16, 2020. Permits should be purchased online through eParking. Select "Payroll Deduction" as the payment method. Note: Open Enrollment for Payroll Deduction for spring 2021 will be posted in December 2020.
The online Payroll Deduction Enrollment Plan Form must be submitted to the Auxiliary Services Business Office (ASBO) within five days of the permit purchase or the first day of fall term classes (whichever is later). Neglecting to complete this form within the allotted time will result in the cancellation of your permit. Parking on campus without a valid permit could result in citations.
This option is available to all regular and contingent employees who choose to enroll. When choosing the Installment Payment Plan during the spring 2021 term, permits will not be annual; it will only be valid for the spring 2021 term.
In addition, permits purchased for this spring term will be made in two consecutive, equal monthly payments within a specific time frame instead of purchasing the permit in full at the time of purchase. Faculty/Staff members who wish to enroll may do so during the open enrollment time frame between January 16, 2021 and March 12, 2021.
Those wishing to remain in the program must re-enroll for the spring 2021 term. Rollover is not automatic. Permits should be purchased online through eParking. Select "Installment Plan" as the payment method. Complete and submit the online Installment Payment Plan Enrollment Form to Auxiliary Services Business Office (ASBO),
The first installment payment must be made within five business days of permit purchase if paying with cash or check. If paying with a credit/debit card, the first installment must be paid in accordance with the payment schedule on the payment plan webpage.
This payment method is an available option for all regular and contingent employees to choose. The purchase is made online through eParking and paid for in person at Auxiliary Services Business Office (ASBO) using Visa, Master Card, Discover, cash, check/money order or One Card retail points. ASBO is located in the lower level of the University Union.
When purchasing online, select "C.O.D." as the payment method. Permit must be paid
for within five business days or the first day of fall term classes (whichever is
later). All payments must be made in person at ASBO.
Graduate Assistants eligible for a Faculty/Staff parking permit are NOT eligible for the payroll deduction or installment payment plan options. Payment options available are C.O.D. or credit card.
Regular, full time faculty and staff, contingent faculty, Emeritus faculty, retired staff, partner company employees, temporary employees and volunteers are eligible to purchase Faculty/Staff permits. Permits are valid in all Faculty/Staff and Overflow areas at all times as well as Core areas after 3:00 p.m. Permits are not valid in General Services or Public Safety parking areas.
Permits are issued for General Services employees only. These permits are currently valid in Lots 13 and 13a (previously Lots 10 and 10a). The permit is not valid in Public Safety areas. Regular Faculty/Staff permits are not valid in General Services areas. General Services permits are valid in Faculty/Staff and Overflow areas at all times and Core areas after 3:00 p.m.
Permits are usually issued to Towson University Police personnel and employees only. These permits are currently valid in Lot 12 (previously Lot 10b) and are not valid in General Services areas. Regular Faculty/Staff permits are not valid in Public Safety areas. Public Safety permits are valid in all Faculty/Staff and Overflow areas at all times and Core areas after 3:00 p.m.
Stadium Lots Weekly or Monthly Permit (maximum of two monthly permits). Check your eParking account for current pricing. Permits are valid in the Stadium Lot Overflow areas near SECU Arena and Johnny Unitas Stadium that say “All TU Permits Valid”. These permit are also valid in Core areas after 3:00 p.m. and in Faculty/Staff areas after posted hours of restriction.
Food Services, Cleaning, Hotel, etc.) Employees of partner companies that have long
term service contracts with the university may purchase Faculty/Staff parking permits.
Permit rates are based on the employee’s compensation from the previous year, or for
new employees, anticipated compensation for the coming year. Partner employees may
purchase permits by making full payment at the time of purchase.
Partner employees must coordinate with the appropriate TU contact or their groups HR coordinator to make arrangements for term parking permit. If a permit is not purchased, Partner Employees must purchase visitor parking at a yellow paystation located in all garages and lots on campus and park in a designated Visitor or Overflow space. Visitor permits may also be purchased through the ParkMobile App.
Employees of construction companies with long-term contracts with the University may purchase a Construction Worker Permit if approved through the ParkMobile Reservation system. These permits are currently valid in Lot 5 (previously Lot 14). Construction workers approved for parking should have their on campus contact complete the applicable TU Project Construction Sub-Contractor Parking Permit Request provided by Parking & Transportation Services.
Vendors who are occasionally on campus may purchase a Vendor Permit if approved by Parking & Transportation Services office. These permits are valid in Vendor spaces, Faculty/Staff, Core, Resident, Overflow and Visitor spaces. Vendors should have their on campus contact complete and submit the TU Non Affiliate Parking Permit Request Form.
Temporary employees are required to purchase a permit or park their vehicle in a designated visitor area and pay the prevailing rate at the yellow paystation. Department funds and department visitor codes may NOT be used to purchase permits for temporary state employees.
Departments utilizing an employee from a staffing agency may use department funds to purchase a permit for that individual if he or she is temporarily assigned to the campus and is receiving pay through an employment agency. Appropriate documentation of employment status must be provided to Parking & Transportation Services.
Volunteers providing services to the university and not receiving any type of compensation (including pay or class credits) are required to purchase a permit or park at a designated visitor area and pay the prevailing rate at the yellow paystation. Volunteers can purchase Faculty/Staff permits at the lowest rate available.
Department funds may be used to purchase Volunteer Permits. The volunteer's on campus contact must complete and submit the TU Non Affiliate Parking Permit Request Form.
Faculty who have retired from the university and have no other current affiliation (i.e working or taking classes) are eligible to purchase a Faculty/Staff permit at the lowest rate. You will need to contact Parking & Transportation Services at uPark@towson.edu for an application and to provide a copy of an ID showing Emeritus status. Upon verification, permit may be purchased through the Auxiliary Service Business Office (ASBO). Email onecard AT_TOWSON to make an appointment.
Individuals who do not wish to purchase a permit may park in the designated visitor areas and pay the prevailing rates at the yellow paystations.
Staff who have retired from the university and have no other current affiliation (i.e. working or taking classes) are eligible to purchase an “Overflow” permit. These permits are valid in Overflow areas with a sign that says "All TU Permits Valid." These areas are currently in designated sections of West Village Garage and the lots around SECU Arena and Johnny Unitas Stadium except Lot 8a (formerly Lot 21a).
The permit is also valid in Core areas after 3:00 p.m. and in Faculty/Staff areas after the hours of restriction. This permit may be purchased for half the price of a Commuter Permit. You will need to contact Parking & Transportation Services at uPark@towson.edu for an application and to provide a copy of an ID showing retired staff status. Upon verification, permits may be purchased through Auxiliary Services Business Office (ASBO). Email onecard AT_TOWSON to make an appointment.
Individuals who do not wish to purchase a permit may park in designated visitor areas and pay the prevailing rate at the yellow paystations.
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