Lot Monitor -We provide special staffing for your guests in order to make your event more successful. Lot Monitors are required for events with 100 vehicles or more. Lot monitors are responsible for the following, including but limited to: blocking off parking spaces, opening spaces as your guests arrive, ensuring that your guests are aware of our parking rules and regulations, assisting your guests with entering coupon codes at our smart meters, and directing your guests to the correct building
See current bus routes for UNT and transportation notices
Reserved Resident Permits Avaliable for FCS Upgrade. Lot #23 = 15, Lot #27 = 66.
Received a citation and unsure what to do next?
Campus Parking Map
Current campus parking map
Rules and Regulations
Transportation Services Rules and Regulations
University of North Texas Transportation Services
Our job is to provide transportation within and around the UNT campus.
These services are optional. There is a fee associated for set-up, take-down, and use. We will provide you with a quote before your event request is finalized. Additional equipment and/or personnel may be required by UNT Transportation Services to support your event.
Event Directional Signs: Required for lot buyouts and events larger than 100 vehicles
Custom Event Directional Signs: Required for Reserved spaces, optional for unreserved space)
Event Marquees: (Required for lot buyouts)
Thank you for your interest in UNT. We hope you enjoy our campus. There are many years of history on the campus grounds and hopefully you will learn a little of that history while you are here.
Please complete the form to schedule your bus visit and tell us more about the group visit you are planning. We request 14 days advance notice prior to your visit. Parking on campus is limited so space to park a bus on campus is scheduled on a first come first serve basis.
All individuals believing a parking citation was issued in error may appeal the citation. Citation appeals must be filed within 15 calendar days of date the citation is issued. Citation appeals are filed online (guest accounts can be created). Appeals cannot be submitted following the 15th day after issuance. Citation appeals will be reviewed by an Appeals Officer. The Appeals Officer will make a determination consistent with these regulations.
To pay your citation or submit an appeal please visit: UNT Parking Portal
Please be aware that our basis for giving citations comes from the Transportation Services Rules and Regulations. You may access the Rules and Regulations through this link: UNT Parking Rules and Regulations