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Parking Services

Parking Services issues parking permits and deals with the payment and record keeping for parking citations issued by the Trinity University Police Department. Any questions regarding where to park, traffic fines or payment can be taken care of at this location. Parking Services is in Student Financial Services, located at Northrup Hall room 108 and can be reached by calling 210-999-7001.  For more information about vehicle parking policies please visit the vehicle parking page.

Need a parking permit?

Students and employees can register their vehicles online and purchase a parking permit through the MyParking self-service site (requires TU network credentials).    

The parking permit fee is $75 and is valid for one year.  The "registration year" extends from September 1 through August 31.  Students and employees who park on campus must be currently registered and have a permit properly displayed at all times.

Students can charge the parking permit fee to their student account through the last day of add/drop (August 28, 2019).  Completing MyParking vehicle registration will authorize Trinity to apply the cost of a parking permit to your student account. 

Parking Services provides a digital copy of the Campus Map and Parking Information Brochure. If you have any further questions regarding parking issues, contact Parking Services at 210-999-7001 or parkingservices [at] trinity.edu.

If you are issued a ticket:

Login to MyParking  (requires TU network credentials) to view your ticket and make a payment online.

You may also pay the ticket at Parking Services in Student Financial Services located in Northrup Hall room 108 or mail a check payable to Trinity University to:
Trinity University
Parking Services 
One Trinity Place #77
San Antonio, TX 78212

If you feel that a Trinity University ticket is unwarranted, you must file an appeal online within 14 days from the date the ticket was issued. Only permit holders can appeal a ticket violation. To submit an appeal online, login to MyParking  (requires TU network credentials).

Do you want to know your way around campus?

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Parking FAQ

The Campus Map and Parking Information brochure, section 3 has a list of authorized parking lots or you may ask any TUPD officer. You can also call the Parking Services office at 210-999-7001 for more information.

Do I need a parking permit if I live off campus?
Students living on and off campus must purchase a permit to park in student areas; please note that you will be issued a citation if you park in a visitor's space.

Is it okay to park in the closest handicapped, fire lane, or reserved space to "run a quick errand" if I use my emergency flashers?
The use of emergency flashers does not "exempt" a person from parking restrictions. These parking areas are created for the purpose for which they are designed. Strict enforcement must be maintained in these areas for the safety of others.

Can I park in Alamo Stadium?
Parking in Alamo Stadium is allowed between certain hours; Monday through Friday. Parking overnight and on weekends is not allowed.

Need extra help ordering your parking permit?

Student Permit via MyParking

  1. Login to MyParking using your TU network credentials
  2. Click on “Apply for a Permit”
  3. Select the permit application based on how you would like to pay (online or bill to student account)
  4. Acknowledge the Contract Agreement
  5. Enter Vehicle Registration information and your valid Driver’s License information
  6. Select “Continue” to complete the permit application

Employee Permit via MyParking

TU employees may opt to use payroll deduction upon registering your vehicle and requesting a parking permit.  If payroll deduction is not selected, the parking permit fee is due in full prior to obtaining the permit from the Student Financial Services Office.

  1. Login to MyParking using your TU network credentials
  2. Click on “Apply for a Permit”
  3. Select the permit application based on how you would like to pay (online, SFS Office or payroll deduction)
  4. Acknowledge the Contract Agreement
  5. Enter Vehicle Registration information and your valid Driver’s License information
  6. Select “Continue” to complete the permit application