Donations for Citations

Each non-perishable food item donated is worth a $2.50 reduction in your citation(s)up to a $70 value. If you have a parking citation that has already reached the collections stage, you may bring in 10 non-perishable food items and we will dismiss the $25 UNT parking late fee.

To participate, bring your donations Nov. 15th - Dec. 19th.

Please visit us on social media for more information regarding the drive.
The Donations for Citations drive is open to anyone who was issued a parking ticket after Nov. 1, 2017, and the citation has not yet been paid.

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Reserved Resident Permits Avaliable for FCS Upgrade. Lot #23 = 15, Lot #27 = 66. 
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Received a citation and unsure what to do next?  Read about Donations for Citations

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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.

Friendly Reminders

·         It is possible to attend UNT for four (4) years, park on campus every day and never receive a parking ticket if you comply with the parking rules and regulations.

·         We always have parking available on class days; however, that parking may not be next to the building or the individual’s parking lot of choice.

My permit hasn’t come in the mail, and my temporary Permit has expired, what do I do?

Please bring your student ID to the UNT Parking office, located on the first floor of the Highland Street Parking Garage, the entrance to the Parking Office is on the west side of the garage directly across from the Business Leadership Building. 20-minute parking on Ave A is available. We will be able to help you get a replacement permit if necessary. 


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