Parking infoJuly 22, 2010
STUDENT PARKING PERMIT INFORMATION
PRICE: $75 per year (Charged to student account upon completion of application and data entry)
EXPIRATION DATE: August 15, 2011
REQUIRED INFORMATION: Student ID number
Local Address or Residence Hall
Permanent Address (if different than local address)
Cell phone number
Driver License Number
Vehicle license plate number
Vehicle information: year, make model, color
Permits are sold for the entire academic year. If you are graduating in December, you may return the remains of the permit to the TCU Police Department NO LATER THANJANUARY 31, 2011 and receive credit for half ($37.50). NO OTHER REFUNDS APPLY.
Permits are distributed according to where you live while attending TCU. CM (Commuter) – off campus, MC – Main Campus residence halls, 24 or more credit hours, NS – 1st time TCU students with less than 24 credit hours living on main campus,WH – all students, including Freshmen, living in the Worth Hills area.
Motorcycle permits are available for any student at the same price as a vehicle permit ($75).
DP (Disabled Parking) permits are available to those with a valid state handicap hang tag or license plate. DP permits are free of charge and proper documentation must accompany the application.
Bicycle permits are available and are free of charge. All bicycles should be registered with the TCU Police Department and are subject to ticketing if found in violation of bicycle regulations. Bicycles SHOULD NOT be parked/chained to anything other than bicycle racks. Motorcycle, Disabled, and Bicycle permits are issued ONLY at the TCU Police Department. If you have a new vehicle with temporary license plates, you must go to the TCU Police Department to obtain a permit.
ALL PREVIOUS (EXPIRED) PARKING PERMITS MUST BE REMOVED.
Parking and Transportation Services
TCU Police Department
Brite Student Association