Rate Plans

Parking Permits

2014-2015

Registration for on-campus parking may be done at On-line registration or in person at the Parking & Card Services Office in Fisher Hall. The availability of spaces in your desired lot is contingent upon the number of spaces 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.

Note:
• Purchasing a parking permit for a particular lot does not guarantee a space in that lot at all times.
• Campus parking lots may be closed for special events, athletic activities, and/or for University operations and maintenance.
• Vehicles with valid permits may also park in the “Open Parking Lots” such as the “Shuttle Lots”, identified below.
• Parking in the designated Summer School lot each year is restricted to summer school residents.

Signs at entrances to each University-owned and controlled parking lot and street indicate who may use the parking as well as applicable time restrictions. Parking in these lots and on streets is provided for authorized vehicles in safe operable condition. Any unauthorized, abandoned, disabled or unsafe vehicle, even if registered with the University and bearing a current parking permit is subject to removal. The expense of removing and storage of any vehicle will be the responsibility of the owner.

Shuttle Bus Lots: $25

Shuttle buses provide pick-up and drop-off service during regularly scheduled times, Monday through Friday (excluding university holidays). Travel time between locations takes approximately 15 (fifteen) minutes.
• Reynolds Center Arena Lot, East 8th Street and South Harvard Avenue - SHU
• Harvard Lot, East 8th Street and South Gary Place - SHU
• Norman Village Apartment Shuttle Lot - NVS

Resident-only Lots: $50

“Resident-only Lot” permits are available to students who live in on-campus housing, including those residing in fraternities and sororities. Parking in these lots is available for properly registered vehicles, 24 (twenty-four) hours a day, *7 (seven) days a week.
Note: These “Resident-only Lots” are not “Open Parking Lots” during the summer months.
• Brown Village Apartments – BV
• LaFortune House – LF
• Mayo Village Apartments – MV
• University Square South Apartments – NR
• Norman Village Apartments - NR
• West Park Apartments - NR
• West Suites – WR
• 6th Street and Delaware Avenue – WR

Resident Dual-purpose Lots: $50

Residents may also purchase parking permits in “Dual-purpose Lots”, which are shared with “Non-resident” campus members. “Dual-purpose Lots” include:
• Lorton Village Apartments– LV
• Mabee East – MAE
• McFarlin Library - MLIB
• University Square West Apartments – USW

Non-resident Standard Lots: $100

Non-residents are members of The University of Tulsa community consisting of faculty, staff and students who do not reside on-campus. “Non-resident Standard Lots” are:
• Keplinger and Rogers Halls - KR
• Lorton Performance Center - LPC
• Mabee West – MAW
• McFarlin Library – MLIB
• University Methodist Church – UMC (weekday, non-event days)
• 4th Street and College Avenue South– COS
• 4th Street and College Avenue North – CON

Non-resident Dual-purpose Lots: $100

Non-residents may also purchase parking permits for “Dual-purpose Lots”, which are shared with on-campus housing residents.
• Lorton Village Apartments– LV
• Mabee East – MAE
• McFarlin Library - MLIB
• Norman Village Apartments - NV
• University Square West Apartments – USW

Non-resident Premium Lots: $500

Non-residents are members of The University of Tulsa community consisting of faculty, staff and students who do not reside on-campus. Parking in the “Non-resident Premium Lots” is restricted to valid permit holders, available to them 24 (twenty-four) hours a day, 7 (seven) days a week. “Non-resident Premium Lots” are:
• Harwell Hall – HH
• Lorton Hall - LH
• Phillips Hall – PH
• Case Tennis - CT

Motorcycles and Motorized Scooters: $25

The University of Tulsa employees and students are to park registered motorcycles, mopeds, and motorized scooters on concrete pads near the bicycle racks. Under no circumstances are these vehicles to be driven on sidewalks or grassy areas, even if just to access the concrete pads near bicycle racks.

"Open Parking Lots"

During weekends and holidays, “Non-resident Standard Lots” are the only lots that are also designated as "Open Parking Lots", available between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. in the evenings, and 24 (twenty-four) hours a day on the weekends.
Note:
• Apartment lots remain “Resident-only Lots” as apartment residents maintain their occupancy throughout the year.
• Parking in the designated Summer School lot each year is restricted to summer school residents only.
• “Open Parking Lots” may be closed for special events, athletic activities, and/or for University operations and maintenance.

Guest Parking: $1 Per Day, Maximum $10 Payment

A guest is anyone that is not enrolled in classes or employed by the University, invited to visit The University of Tulsa campus. “Guest Parking” is at a $1 (one dollar) fee per day, to exceed $10 (ten dollars) in total. Anyone planning short courses, workshops or meetings for which persons from off campus are invited, is requested to notify the Parking & Card Services Office of the location of the event and number of vehicles involved.
Due to the limited availability of parking spaces on campus the “Shuttle Lots” may be the only option. Shuttle buses run regularly from these lots.

Refunds

If a student or employee separates from the University, that person becomes eligible for a partial refund if they paid the full rate at the time they registered. Examples of separating from the University may include withdrawing from classes, graduating mid-term, leaving the University, or terminating employment with the University.
This refund is made only if the issued permit is removed from the vehicle and returned to the Parking & Card Services Office for identification. Requests for refunds are honored for those submitted before January 31st.
Note:
• Per I.R.S. guidelines, employees who purchase parking permits through payroll deduction are not eligible for refunds.