Parking permits

Common permits for faculty, staff and students are A, FS, R, RR and EagleOn this page: Permit types & visitor parking, Parking garage information, How to purchase parking permits, Free UNT Park & Ride information, Common permit types & information

Parking permits are required at all times – even after business hours, on weekends, during the summer and when the university is open even if school is not in session during winter break or spring break.

We appreciate everyone paying their fair share for parking. This helps us manage our costs and provide ample parking for those who have permits.

Permit types & visitor parking

A full list of parking permits can be found by clicking here. Information on the most common permits for our UNT community are listed in a graph below. Permits are available online through the UNT Parking Portal. Permits are pro-rated throughout the year. They are removeable so that you can use them on all vehicles you register on our permit site; however they are not transferable to another individual. Our campus map shows the areas where permitted vehicles may park.

Visitors and UNT community members can purchase a day use permit for Eagle parking lots or use the ParkMobile app to find a pay-by-the-hour parking lot.

Parking garage information for Union Circle Garage and Highland Street Garage.

  • The Union Circle Garage second and third floors are open to F/S permit holders and to ParkMobile app hourly users.
  • The Highland Street Garage first floor is reserved and waitlisted.
  • Other floors in Highland Street Garage are available for annual or semester/summer garage card access holders. UNT community members who are eligible to purchase a garage access card may do so through the UNT Parking Portal. Visitors may also park in the Highland Street Garage for $2 per hour, max rate of $16 per day. Lost ticket cost: $16. Lost access card cost: $25.

How to purchase permits

Purchase permits through the UNT Parking Portal. The site will show you which permits you may buy. If you need assistance purchasing a different permit, please call 940-565-3020 or email transportation.services@unt.edu. The permit site allows you the option to print a temporary permit until your permanent one is mailed to you. Please be sure to use the address you’ll be at in 2-6 weeks. You may purchase a permit in our office for immediate assistance, 620 Central Ave, Denton.Our office is located facing Avenue A.

Free Park and Ride for students, faculty and staff

UNT offers a FREE Park and Ride in cooperation with the Denton County Transportation Authority. Staff and students may park at the Denton Med Park Station and ride the Colorado Express route into campus. Check schedule for times, as it may take 20 minutes or more to get to campus.

Common permits, pricing and information

Type of permit

Who may purchase

2019-20 cost and details

A-Reserved

Faculty and staff

 $700 – closer parking to inner campus

 May be eligible for faculty/staff payroll withdrawal

F/S

Faculty and staff

 $250 – lots are located around campus perimeter

 May be eligible for faculty/staff payroll withdrawal

Eagle and Eagle Fall

Commuter students

 $150 - Eagle Fall, for those verified to graduate in December

 $275 - Eagle, for full-year commuters

Resident Reserved

Residence Hall students

 $400 – closer parking to residence halls

Resident and FCS

Residence Hall students

 $275

 Resident parking at the back of Lot 20 (formerly Fouts Field)

 FCS parking is near Victory Hall and Apogee Stadium

EVN

Faculty, staff, students

 $140 – valid daily between 5:30 pm and 7 am

 May park in any F/S or Eagle parking lot

Highland Street Garage (unreserved)
 
Reserved parking
is on a wait list.

Faculty, staff, students

 $675 – Full year

 $375 – Fall or spring semester only

 $215 – Summer only

 Motorcycle

 Faculty, staff, students

 $125 – designated motorcycle spaces

 

Please don't hesitate to let us know if you have questions. The easiest way to reach us is by phone at 940-565-3020 or by email at transportation.services@unt.edu. We are also on Twitter and Facebook.