Faculty and Staff Wait List
How does the wait list work?
For parking permit type based on locations or zone choices that are not immediately available, faculty and staff may submit an application to be placed on the wait list of their desired permit type.
- Only full-time faculty and staff may apply to the wait list
- Customers can be on a wait list for 1 permit type (i.e. Inner Campus Orange, Schuster 4, Sun Bowl Garage).
- Being on the wait list does not guarantee a permit in your preferred location or zone will be available to you
- Being on the wait list is not a substitute for parking, nor does it guarantee a space
- If you need to park on campus you need to purchase a permit or utilize the paid visitor parking options.
- Purchasing a permit will not interfere with your wait list application
When can I apply to be on the wait list?
Applications open from September 1 of the current year and close on March 31 of the following year. You may not submit an early application. If you submit an application prior to the opening date it will not be considered.
Wait list applications do not automatically renew for next year.
If you were not contacted during the year that you applied for, this means a permit in your desired location or zone did not become available. If you want to be considered for the same location for next year, you must submit a new application once the next cycle opens.
When will I be notified regarding my wait list application?
Waiting list information is confidential and not available to anyone. If a permit in your preferred location or zone becomes available and you are next on the wait list, we will contact you directly.
There is no specific timeframe when you will be contacted. It is contingent upon what locations or zones become available and what you selected in your wait list application.
Positions on the wait list are determined on a first come, first served basis for those that submit the application correctly, complete, and during the timeframe they are open.
I was contacted because a permit in my desired location or zone became available, what do I do next?
When a permit in your wait list location or zone becomes available, we will send you an email directly with instructions on what is next. This notification is time sensitive and you have three (3) business days to respond with the requested information.
Failure to respond constitutes the cancellation of your waitlist application and we will move on to the next person on the wait list.
If you want to be re-considered for that same location and you missed the deadline to respond, you will be required to submit a new application.
I have a permit, but I was contacted to exchange because a permit opened up in my preferred location or zone, how does this impact my payroll collections?
If you are paying for your current permit via monthly payroll deduction, collections for your current permit stop and new collections are started for your new permit at a pro-rated amount subject to the date of purchase.
If the exchange of permits occurs between the 1st and the 15th day of the month, deductions for your new permit will start on your current month paycheck.
If the exchange of permits occurs between the 16th and the end of the month, a final deduction is done on your current permit, on your current month paycheck. Deductions for your new permit will start on the following month paycheck.
Faculty & Staff Wait List For 2022-2023 Permits will be available on September 1st, 2022.