Permits for the 2011-2012 academic year are valid August 7, 2011 until August 15, 2012.
(limit 1 permit per student*) $150.00
(limit 1 permits per Faculty/Staff) $150.00
Student Motorcycle Permit
$ 88 if sole permit
$44* if second permit purchased
Replacement Permit (Lost) $10
Replacement Permit (Stolen) No charge. See "Lost/Stolen Permits" below for further details.
*Students can purchase a second vehicle permit if and only if the first purchased permit is for a car/truck and the second is for a motorcycle.
Student Permits are issued to registered students, regardless of classification, or full-time/part-time status. The permit authorizes the holder to park in the designated student parking areas. Students may register a maximum of two vehicles per person. To register for a permit, click here and log in to your A&M Parking Account. Permits will be mailed to the address registered on your account. To update the address on your Parking Account, log in to My Record to change your permanent/local address. Your hangtag must then be displayed properly in vehicle to park on campus. Student permits are $150 per year. All permits are now annual and can not be purchased for individual semesters.
Faculty/Staff Permits are issued to employees of the Texas A&M Campus at Galveston. The permit authorizes the holder to park in any legal parking space, except Handicap and Visitors spaces. Faculty and Staff members may register a maximum of two vehicles per person at the regular established rate per permit. To register for a permit , enter your information click here and log in to your A&M Parking Account. Permits will be mailed to the address registered on your account. To update your address, log in to HRConnect. Your hangtag must then be displayed properly in vehicle to park on campus. Purchase price of permit may be deducted from paycheck or Staff member may pay in person full price. Staff Permits are $150.00 per calendar year.
NOTE: Any individual working at 25% effort or part-time staff is required to purchase a Faculty/Staff Permit.
Visitor Parking Permit
All visitors are required to sign in with the Police Department or have the appropriate department they are visiting notify the Police Department upon arrival on campus. The University Police can assist all visitors with directions and parking information. Designated Visitor Parking spaces are located near the CLB, Sea Aggie Center, Library, and Residence Hall parking lots. Each of these lots will also have one parking spot designated as “15 minute parking only” spots.
All vendors must sign in with the Police Department (409-740-4545), the Physical Plant (409-740-4547) or Food Services (409-740-4591) upon arrival and must physically sign out (in the same place if possible) when they leave. The responsible department will keep an accurate, up to date list of vendors on campus. The list will remain current for 30 days.
Temporary parking permit
When a non-permitted vehicle must be parked on campus on a temporary basis, a special parking permit must be obtained from the Office of the University Police. Temporary parking permits must be displayed on the center dashboard area of the vehicle.
Motorcycle parking Permit
Motorcycles, mopeds and scooters (here forward referred to as motorcycles) must be parked in a designated Motorcycle parking area and clearly display the current Motorcycle parking decal on the fuselage.
All motor vehicles parked on the TAMUG campuses must be registered at the University Police Department and must properly display a current TAMUG parking permit at all times. Parking permits are valid from the date of issue until the last day of the fiscal year or semester for which they are issued.
Permit holders are not permitted to transfer parking permits to other individuals. The University Police Department is the only campus department that may issue parking permits for use on Campus property.
Lost parking permits must be reported to the University Police Department. Replacement permits are available for $10.00.
If the permit was stolen, a copy of the Police report must be presented before a replacement is issued at no charge. In addition the permit holder must sign an affidavit stating that the permit was taken without their permission and that they have no knowledge of the missing permit and will file charges and testify against anyone found using their missing permit.