Accessible Parking

An ADA sign marking one of the accessibility parking spaces on campus.

Parking access with state-issued placard

Parking for persons with a temporary disability

Faculty, staff, and graduate students with a temporary medical condition, in cases where TigerTransit does not provide proximal or frequent service to their office or class destination, must present appropriate documentation to University Health Services to be approved for a medical permit for proximal parking.

Medical parking permits may be issued for up to six weeks per request, with a maximum of 12 consecutive weeks. If your temporary disability requires medical parking for a period greater than 12 weeks, you must contact your state of residence's Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to obtain a temporary ADA placard. 

The Service Point will contact you when your virtual permit has been processed.

Did you know?

Accessible transit options are available from major parking locations to key points on campus to help visitors, commuters, and residents with mobility needs traverse campus.

 

Campus construction impacts

Although each project is exciting and will advance the mission of the University, construction will temporarily impact parking and campus bike and pedestrian paths. Transportation and Parking Services is working closely with the Office of Capital Projects, the Office of the University Architect, the Office of Disability Services, and many other partners to maintain safe and accessible routes.  

Learn more about University capital projects