Permits

All vehicles parked on campus MUST display a valid PVAMU parking permit. A University parking permit is required to park on the Prairie View A&M University campus seven days a week. All hangtags should be suspended from the vehicle’s rearview mirror with the entire permit visible through the front windshield from outside the vehicle. Motorcycles permits are self-adhering and must be permanently affixed to the rear of the bike, as close to the license plate as possible.

Persons with physical disabilities may request a handicap permit and will be issued a special parking permit. Sufficient documentation of disability must be provided by a physician. The final decision may be made by the University health officers. Limited parking space governs the distribution of permits to those most in need. The cost of the permit is the same as a regular faculty, staff and Student permit.

Permits may be transferred from vehicle to vehicle.

Should the owner of a self-adhering permit have occasion to bring a different vehicle to campus, a temporary permit should be purchased and displayed prior to parking on campus.


Student Permits:

Fall
$46.00

Spring
$46.00

Summer Term (3-5 Weeks)
$23.00

Summer Term (8-10 Weeks)
$46.00

The cost of a handicap parking permit is the same as all student permits.

 

Payment Methods:

  • Permit payment are applied to the student’s fees.

Faculty & Staff Permits:

Reserved Space
$240.00

Restricted Lots (Gated Areas Non-Reserved)
$175.00

Regular Open Lot Parking
$145.00

The cost of a handicap parking permit is the same as all faculty and staff permits.

  • Gate cards for Reserved and Restricted lots included.
  • Gate Card Replacement fee $35.00

Payment Methods:

Permit payment, Cash or Credit Card Payment at cashier window located in W.R. Banks Building 1st Floor.
Payroll Deduction, located in Harrington Science Building room 117


Vistors Permits:

Faculty and Staff who invite visitors to campus should assure that ALL visitors obtain a Visitors Permit from the Information Center located near the campus entrance. Parking should be in a designated parking area.

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