Parking Reimbursement for Employees

Tuesday, March 31, 2020 :: University Marketing & Communication

Dear Colleagues:

UTRGV understands the difficult circumstances the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has placed on all of us, and we thank you for your hard work and dedication during these uncertain times.

To help mitigate some of your financial burden, the university will stop payroll deduction for campus parking permits beginning the payroll check date of April 1, 2020, through the end of the fiscal year, September 1, 2020.

You will also be given the option to apply those funds to UTRGV’s Student Emergency Fund, which is currently being used to assist students who have been most affected by the pandemic. For more information on the fund, click here.

Stop Payroll Deduction

No action is required.

Refund of Lump-Sum Payments

If your parking permit was paid as an annual lump-sum, no action is required and you will receive a reimbursement.

If you are a direct deposit employee, you will receive a direct deposit for your reimbursement. If you are not on direct deposit, a reimbursement check will be mailed to your home address on file.

Donate my Refund

To donate your parking permit refund to the Student Emergency Fund, via payroll deduction, please follow these instructions:

  • Log on to PeopleSoft through by using your UTRGV credentials.
  • Select the Payroll and Compensation icon.
  • Select Voluntary Deductions for the UTRGV Student Emergency Fund.

Thank you for your patience during this extremely fluid situation.

For questions or concerns regarding parking refunds, please contact

For questions or concerns regarding payroll deduction, please contact

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