Frequently Asked Questions
How can do I apply for a parking permit?
What types of permits are available?
How much does a permit cost?
How do I pay for my permit?
I only have classes at the Toledo Museum of Art. What do I do?
What if I drive a rental car or my spouse’s vehicle?
Both my husband and I work at UT. Do we both have to register both vehicles?
How do I register two vehicles?
Your license plate must be facing the aisle at all times
How do I register for a guest permit?
Can a guest park on campus during the weekend?
Where do I park for sporting events?
I also take classes at BGSU. How do I park there?
How do I get a permit for the Mega Bus?
Go to the MyUT Portal and register your vehicle with your license plate, make and model of your vehicle. Based on earned credit hours, housing and employment classifications, you will be issued the appropriate permit and notified of where your permit is valid.
The permit types available have not changed. The are:
C Upper Class Commuter
D Upper Class Residential
F Freshman Residential
K Freshman Commuter
A Graduate Assistant or Teaching Assistant
T Toledo Tech/Early Learning
2A Second Shift Hospital
G Medical Doctor Special
B External Recreation Center Members
AD Special Donors
SV Service Vehicles
Student permits rates have not changed. The fees are based on criteria that can be found on your MyParking Permit Agreement.
Employees and Affiliates on all campuses will not be paying for their permit.
Employee permit cost is dependent upon their employee class. If the employee is in a Union, please refer to your Union contract for inquiries specific to parking.
The fees for student parking permits are added to student accounts.
Faculty and staff have the option to pay on a credit card or through payroll deduction. If you are in a Union, please refer to your contract for more information.
Every UT student and employee wishing to park on any campus needs to register their vehicle for a parking permit.
Update the parking system before coming to campus with the new license plate, make and model to park that vehicle at UT. It will update immediately in the system. When you begin driving your vehicle again to campus, update the vehicle registration in the system.
Click Here for a tutorial on how to update your permit information.
Each person is permitted to park only one vehicle at a time on campus. Each person should register his or her primary vehicle.
Only one vehicle is permitted to be parked on campus per person. Second vehicle permits can be secured through the myparking portal then by clicking on "Apply for a Permit."
You are required to park so that a license plate faces out. If you only have a rear license plate, you will need to pull into the parking spot. If your vehicle has both a front and rear license plate, you can park whatever way you prefer.
Guest passes are available and the fee will remain $3 per day at http://guestparking.utoledo.edu .
There is no enforcement for parking permit violations on the weekend, with exceptions for University and special events. A visitor during the week will require a guest pass
All lots are available to patrons for sporting events with the exception of the gated lots. Gated lots are reserved for special permit holders.
Visitors to campus will continue to be charged $5 to park.
You will need to take your current class schedule showing your course registration to the BGSU parking office to pick up your BGSU parking permit.
A permit for the Mega Bus can be purchase at https://guestparking.utoledo.edu for $3 a day. A permit is not needed on Saturdays and Sundays.
Parking for the Mega Bus is located on our Scott Park Campus in lot 23, off of Nebraska Avenue and West Scott Park Drive.