Parking Services


UTRGV maintains an inventory of almost 11,000 parking spaces distributed across its various campuses. Parking is regulated through a system of permits and citations. Students, faculty, and staff are expected to obtain a permit for use on campus and park in their respective zones. Visitors are expected to obtain temporary permits for use during their visit.

To view parking zones, visit the following:

Read our Parking & Transportation Etiquette flyers to get a quick summary of our services & policies.

Why wait in line? To order your parking permit, appeal a parking citation, or check your parking account, go to You can also contact us at

Permits and Citations

Looking to purchase a permit, pay a fine, or appeal a citation? It’s easily done through our online system. Visit Various forms of payment are accepted.


Evening Student Parking Permit

Evening Student parking permits are available at the discounted rate of $40.00 (annually)

  • Students that are only attending classes after 4 PM (not valid from 7:00AM-3:59PM) qualify for this permit.
  • Permit holders can park in Zones 1 & 2, after 4 PM. May be used in Zone 3 after 5 PM.

If you qualify for the evening permit, please visit our parking office and have your course schedule handy for quick service.  If you are interested in a semester evening permit, please ask one of our representatives in the parking office; evening permits will be available for sale after August 1st. If you have any questions, please see our Evening Permit FAQs.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • For a list of frequently asked parking-related questions, please see our FAQ

Parking and Traffic Advisory Committee

The purpose of UTRGV’s Parking & Traffic Advisory Committee (PTAC) is to review parking and traffic regulations and to develop recommendations for revisions in these regulations as are necessary to an efficient parking and traffic system as it relates to differential parking zones, parking fees, penalties for violations of regulations, arrangements for bicycles, motorcycles, and pedestrian traffic. Faculty, staff, or students desiring a policy change to the Parking Rules and Regulations should contact the committee coordinator, Melissa Sandoval, at

The committee meets periodically. If you are interested in becoming a part of the PTAC or attending a meeting, please contact Melissa Sandoval at The Student Government Association appoints student representatives. Contact them at

Event Parking Request Form

Request Event Parking

Please provide as much information as possible for superior coordination of your event. This form must be submitted at least ten (10) business days before the event date.