Registration for on-campus parking may be done on-line or in person at the Parking & Card Services Office in Fisher Hall. You may register anytime on or past the date your registration sequence begins as identified in the “Parking Registration Timeline” below. The availability of spaces in your desired lot is contingent upon the number remaining at the time you complete registration. The permit is lot-specific (“non-roving”) and, as such, only valid for the lot in which you are assigned through the permit’s expiration date.
• Purchasing a parking permit for a particular lot does not guarantee a space at all times in that lot.
• Vehicles with valid permits may also park in the “Open Parking Lots” such as the Shuttle Lots at the Reynolds Center Arena Lot - East 8th Street and South Harvard Avenue, and the “Harvard Lot” - South Gary Place and South Harvard Avenue.
• Campus parking lots may be closed for special events, athletic activities, and/or for University operations and maintenance.
Parking Registration Timeline
The 2013-2014 sequential “Parking Registration Timeline” begins at 8:00 a.m. on the dates identified below:
Full-time Teaching Faculty – Monday, July 22nd, 2013
Full-Time Employees – Monday, July 29th, 2013
Adjunct Faculty and Temporary Employees – Thursday, August 1st, 2013
Resident Students – Monday, August 5th, 2013
Non-resident Students – Monday, August 12th, 2013
Unclassified – Wednesday, August 14th, 2013
On-line registration is strongly encouraged. Upon completion of on-line registration, you must your receipt in order to pick-up the permit decal.
The University’s network User-ID and password issued to you are the same credentials you use to access vehicle registration, e-mail and other University services. It is against The University of Tulsa’s policy to share a University network password with any other person for any reason.
Registration in Person
Registration may also be done in person at the Parking & Card Services Office during normal business hours of Monday – Friday (8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.). The vehicle’s owner is to provide the vehicle’s description and license tag number. Lot Permit Rates (insert link to rates) vary according the classification of the registrant as a “Resident-only Lot”, “Non-resident Standard Lot”, “Non-resident Premium Lot”, “Shuttle Lot”, and the time of year the permit is purchased. Acceptable payment when registering person is cash or credit card, or may be charged to your University Business Office account or as a payroll deduction for University employees.
Proper Display of Authorized Permit
Upon registration, a parking decal will be issued that is to be affixed to the vehicle or golf cart on the inside, lower portion of the passenger-side front windshield. For motorcycles, mopeds and scooters, the decal must be attached to the right-hand, upper arm of the cycle's right-front fork.
Permits are non-transferable to another person and/or their vehicle. If the permit has been purchased, but the decal is not properly affixed to the vehicle, it is considered to be the same type of violation as a “No-permit” category.
Parking decals must be removed from your vehicle under the following conditions:
1. Change of vehicle ownership
2. Termination of association with the University
3. Permit expiration at midnight (12:00 a.m.) the Sunday before the first day of the fall academic term
4. Improper placement of parking decal
Lost or Damaged Parking Permits
Lost parking decals may require the purchase of a new permit without any guarantee of retaining the same parking lot assignment as the one that was previously designated. Any new parking lot choice is made based on the availability of spaces in the authorized lots.
Damaged permits are to be replaced at the Parking & Card Services Office. If there is a sufficient portion of the parking decal removed and returned for identification, the replacement may be at no charge.
Temporary Permits for Current Permit Holders (up to 10 (ten) days)
Vehicle permits may be moved from a registered vehicle to another registered vehicle such that temporary permits may not be needed. However, as a convenience to current permit holders, temporary permits for unregistered vehicles are available from the Parking & Card Services Office at no cost. Temporary permits are issued for no more than two (2) weeks. Temporary permits cannot be used to avoid vehicle registration.