Visitors to University of Tulsa
A visitor is anyone who needs to visit campus and park a vehicle for up to 10 days that is not enrolled in classes or employed by the university. If a vehicle is being to used to transport a student to or from class, or an employee to or from work, regardless of driver, it cannot be considered a visitor vehicle if it is parked on University property.
Visitors are expected to observe all traffic signs and regulations. If a bona fide visitor receives a traffic citation for not having a permit, the visitor should sign the citation and drop it in any mailbox so that the records can be verified and cleared. Citations issued to registered vehicles (whether displaying a parking permit or not) cannot be signed by a visitor.
Visitors on campus 10 or more days, but less than 30 days, will need to provide written verification of their association with the university.
Permits for Short Courses, Workshops, Conference Meetings and Visitors Associated with the University
Anyone planning short courses, workshops or meetings to which persons from off campus are invited is requested to notify the Parking Office of the location of the event and number of vehicles involved. This notification must be made at least two weeks prior to the event so that permits may be issued. Due to limited parking availability, shuttle parking may be the only option. Shuttle buses run regularly from these lots. The parking fee for these vehicles is $1 for each day the permit is to be used. Maximum fee: $10/permit.