Parking Garage 2 will be temporarily closed from Monday, July 25th to Friday, July 29th for lighting renovations.
Parking will still be available in the following lots: Lot 1, Lot 25, Lot 27, Lot 28.
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2016 Summer Commencement Information:
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Remove the permit from the previous car and bring it into the office. A replacement permit will be issued at no charge however you must bring the removed permit into the office with the numbers intact. If the permit is not turned in to the office, a replacement permit must be purchased for $15.00.
Everyone! All students, faculty, staff, vendors and anyone else parking on campus are required to have a parking decal. Visitors may purchase a temporary permit or park at parking meters.
Parking tickets are not issued for not having a permit during the drop / add period of the first week of school in blue and green lots only. During this period all other violations are enforced, including but not limited to: Parking out of assigned area, parking in no parking zones, parking in reserved space, parking on the grass or hazardous parking. Parking regulations are enforced all other times, including spring break, intersession and summer semesters. Click here to review FAU Parking Rules.
Parking and Transportation regulations are enforced 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Student permits are placed on the outside of the driver's side of the rear (left hand bottom corner) windshield. The entire permit must be displayed unaltered. Permits may be affixed inside the vehicle or by means other than the adhesive of the permit. The permit must be visible at all times while the vehicle is parked on campus. Faculty/Staff and Visitor Hangtags are hung from the rearview mirror with the date facing out.
Payment for all citations must be received in the Parking and Transportation Services Office by the 14th calendar day after the issuance of the citation. However, vehicles may not be left in violation, and may continue to accrue citations for being in violation.
Any person who feels that a parking citation was issued in error may contest the parking citation by filling a notice of appeal on this website.
There are many ways that you may pay for your citation. As a student or faculty/staff member you will be able to go through your MyFAU account to pay online. As a visitor you will need to go through the "visitor Link to pay the citation. Anyone may come into the Office of Parking & Transportation to pay a citation. We accept cash, check, and credit cards. You also have the options of sending a check my mail. We do not accept payments over the phone. For students: If you need to have a hold lifted from your account immediately then you will need to pay through your student account. Any citations paid through the Parking and Transportation Services Office in person or online have a forty-eight hour waiting period before the hold is removed.
Anyone that does not have a valid FAU parking permit is permitted to park and pay at the meters. Anyone with a parking permit is prohibited from using single use meters or metered lots. Click here for more information on meters and metered lots.
Visitors may park at any of the parking meters on campus or they purchase a Visitors Permits online. Click Here for more information on Visitor Permits & Passes.
Guest speakers can purchase temporary permits at the Information Booth on Glades and NW 10th Street or they can be purchased ahead of time from the Parking and Transportation Services Office by faculty/staff members.
Parking against the flow of traffic is hazardous and against Florida State Statute 316.195 .There are also signs posted as reminders at both sides of Volusia Street.
The transportation Access Fee is a mandatory, non-refundable fee that all students, whether part-time, day or evening, or members of the Lifelong Learning Society, are required to pay at the time of registration along with their tuition each semester. This fee supports the University's transportation infrastructure and increases student access to transportation services like Campus Shuttles. A parking permit will be issued once applied for to each registered student. All students including those using other types of transportation are assessed a Transportation Access Fee.
Please click here for more information about the collection of sales tax on parking permits.
Please click here for a list of the rules and the parking regulations page.
Valid Permit holders are entitled to 3 free temporary permits, please come into the Office of Parking & Transportation or the Information Booth.