UA Employee Parking Permits Now Available
University of Arkansas employees may now go online to renew their parking permits.
This includes general faculty/staff parking permits as well as reserved and garage permits.
There is no increase in the cost of parking permits from what they were a year ago.
Parking permits from the 2019-2020 school year expire on July 31.
Student parking permits are handled separately. Beginning on Monday, July 27, students may go online to purchase a green student permit or an orange commuter permit for Lot 99. For additional helpful information for incoming students, click here.
To help identify various parking locations, you may go to the campus parking map.
David Wilson, director of communications
Transit and Parking
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