Parking Permit Fees

All permits are distributed at the Parking & Transportation Department, located within the TCU Police Department building during business hours (unless specific emails are sent stating otherwise). Students and employees can fill out the application online at my.tcu.edu before picking up their permits.

Eligible for payroll deduction

  • Reserved Permit (R*) – $250 for the academic year.
  • Faculty/Staff (FS) – $75 for the academic year.
  • X Permit – free for faculty/staff. Restricted parking to Lot 13 only.
  • Motorcycle/Moped/Scooter (M) – $75 for the academic year. There is no charge for the permit if you register a motorcycle after registering your vehicle or vice versa.
  • Disabled permit (DP) – $75 for the academic year. Must present driver’s license and the handicap placard to the Parking and Transportation Department for record and validation purposes.

Pay by debit/credit card.

  • Reserved Permit (R*) – $250 for the academic year.
  • Faculty/Staff (FS) – $37.50 for the academic year.
  • X Permit – free for faculty/staff. Restricted parking to Lot 13 only.
  • Motorcycle/Moped/Scooter (M) – $37.50 for the academic year. There is no charge for the permit if you register a motorcycle after registering your vehicle or vice versa.
  • Disabled permit (DP) – $37.50 for the academic year. Must present driver’s license and the handicap placard to the Parking and Transportation department for record and validation purposes.

Charged to student account at time of receipt

  • All student permits (CM, MC, NS, WH) – $75 if purchased in fall; $37.50 if first time purchased in spring; $20 if first time purchased in summer.
  • Disabled permit (DP) – $75 if purchased in fall; $37.50 if first time purchased in spring; $20 if first time purchased in summer.
  • (B) Permit – no fee, no expiration date.

PERMIT TYPES & PARKING MAPS

Parking allowed in white lined spaces in lot with signs that include the “FS” designation, non-reserved orange lined spaces, and time-limited spaces.  No parking in visitor lots at any time.

F/S Parking Map

 

Parking allowed in an assigned lot and time-limited spaces. Reserved lots are enforced 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday (with the exception of 24-hour reserved spaces).  No parking in visitor lots at any time.

Parking allowed ONLY in Lot 13.  No parking in visitor lots at any time.

X Parking Map

Parking allowed in white-lined spaces in lots 1 (no visitor space), 3, 4, any student lot on the east campus and time-limited spaces.  Lot 2 may be used in the spring semester.  No parking in visitor lots at any time.  Exception:  Visitor spaces in the Admission/Harrison parking lot may be used after 5:00 p.m. weekdays and all day on weekends unless reserved for an event.  No parking in any other visitor lot at any time.

Commuter Parking Map

Parking is ONLY allowed in white-lined spaces in lots 3, 4, 7, the Frog Alley Parking Garage (FAPG) and time-limited spaces.  No parking in visitor lots at any time.

Main Campus Parking Map

Parking is ONLY allowed in white-lined spaces in lots 3, 4, the Frog Alley Parking Garage (FAPG) and time-limited spaces.  No parking in visitor lots at any time.

Freshman Parking Map

Parking allowed in the Worth Hills Parking Garage (WHPG) and the lot south of Arnold Hall.  Parking is also allowed on the east campus from 5:00 p.m. – 3:00 a.m., Monday – Friday and all-day Saturday and Sunday with the exception of the lot behind the TCU PD. Lot 2 is available during the spring semester.  No parking in visitor lots at any time.

Worth Hill Parking Map

Employees or students with a state-issued handicap placard or license plate issued specifically to them may obtain a DP permit.  Parking allowed in marked state handicap spaces on campus.  If these are full, parking allowed in any other white-lined space.  The TCU DP permit alone does not allow parking in state handicap spaces.  It must be used in conjunction with a valid placard or license plate.

Disabled Parking Map

Parking allowed in any white-lined space campus-wide (excluding visitor spaces), any space within a lot that a passenger vehicle does not fit, and time-limited spaces.  Do not park in handicap access spaces, bicycle racks, blocking ramps, or sidewalks.

 

Bicycle permits are required.  Bicycles should ONLY be secured at bicycle racks.  Bicycles secured to fences, railings, landscape or anything other than a bicycle rack will be confiscated.  Bicycle permits do not expire.

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