Freshman residents (under 30 units earned) are restricted from purchasing a parking
permit or having a car on campus until they have earned 30 units. Limited exceptions
may be granted. See Freshman Parking Exceptions below.
Parking Exceptions for Freshman Resident Students
Freshman resident students requesting an exception should log in to eParking and select "Freshman Resident Exception Request." Please allow five to seven business
days for review. Requests for the 2021/2022 academic year were accepted for review
beginning July 19, 2021.
You will need to fill out and submit the General Freshman Application Exception Request Form (PDF) along with one of the forms below stating the type of exception being requested.
Please read the forms carefully and upload any required documents through eParking.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Applicants will be contacted with their results through their TU email. If the request
is granted, the requesting freshman resident will be assigned parking for West Village
Garage or next available location at the discretion of the Parking & Transportation
For your protection, please do not send documents with your social security number,
bank account information, and other sensitive information. If submitting a copy of
a document that has your social security number or other sensitive information, please
make sure the numbers have been completely scratched out.
Forms for Freshman Parking Exceptions
When attaching documents to an online application in eParking, the following types
of files are accepted: .jpg, .bmp, .pdf, .gif. Medical documents will be reviewed
by the Health Center. All medical documents must be sent directly to healthcenter AT_TOWSON.
Resident Student Parking Permits
Important Updates for Resident Parking
For the 2021/2022 academic year, Lot 11 (previously Lot 26) and TTG Resident (previously
Lot 7) will be converted to Core parking. Main campus residents to be assigned to
West Village Garage if eligible to purchase parking. If residents permits are sold
out, then the next available permit option will be made available for purchase.
Resident Lot 15 Parking Permit
Resident Lot 15 permits (previously Lot 8) are available to eligible students who
reside in 10 West housing. Resident Lot 15 permits are valid in Lot 15 and all overflow
parking areas (Stadium Lots) as posted, where all permits are valid. Resident Lot
15 permits are also acceptable in "core" areas after 3 p.m. and in faculty/staff areas
outside the restricted hours posted on signage at the entrance of the lot.
West Village Resident Permit
West Village Resident permits are available to students with more than 30 units earned
who reside in West Village housing or those who are unable to obtain a permit for
their desired lot located on the main campus.
West Village Resident permits are valid at all times in designated resident parking
areas of the West Village Garage and all Stadium Lots (except 8a) as posted. West
Village Resident permits are NOT valid in the “overflow” areas of the West Village
Garage. West Village Resident permits are also valid in Core areas after 3 p.m. and
in faculty/staff areas outside the restricted hours posted on signage.
Resident Overflow Permit
Resident overflow permits are available to resident students with 30 units or more
who are living in campus residence halls, including those managed by Millennium Hall
not able to purchase a Millennium Hall permit. If any of the residents permits are sold out, then then this permit option will be
made available for purchase.
In addition, Resident Overflow permits will only be valid at the Stadium Lots near
SECU Arena and Johnny Unitas Stadium where signs state "Overflow All TU Permits Valid
in This Area.” Resident overflow permit is not eligible to park in any designated resident areas on campus and are NOT valid in
the “overflow” areas of the West Village Garage. Resident Overflow permits are also
valid in Core areas after 3 p.m. and in faculty/staff areas outside the restricted
hours posted on signage.
Millennium Hall Permits
Millennium Hall parking permits are available to a portion of Millennium Hall residents
as determined and distributed by the Millennium Hall management company. The Millennium
Hall permit is not transferrable, it only can be used by the person to whom it was
Millennium Hall permits are valid in the Millennium Hall lots and all Stadium Lot
overflow parking areas as posted. Millennium Hall permits are NOT allowed in the overflow
areas of the West Village Garage. Millennium Hall permits are also valid in Core areas
after 3 p.m. and in faculty/staff areas outside the restricted hours posted on signage.
Students are prohibited from utilizing/obtaining a Towson University and a Millennium
Hall parking permit. Only one permit may be associated with a vehicle at any one time.
Parking Wait List
If space in your preferred lot is sold out, you can sign up for the wait list through
your eParking account. Having a space on the wait list does not guarantee that a parking permit
will become available for you. A West Village Resident or next available area permit
can be purchased while on the wait list for your first choice.
Enforcement of resident lots is 24/7 while the university is in session.
Change in Student Status
Resident students who move off campus or no longer need their permit must exchange
their resident permit for a core/overflow permit or cancel it for a prorated refund.
Permit exchanges must be done online by filling out the Parking Permit Exchange/Cancellation Form. Refunds are not issued after the last business day of November for fall term permit.
Last business day of March for annual and spring term permits for pro-rated refund.
Look for the appropriate parking signs if you are a residential student. Please read
all parking signs carefully and park only where authorized.