Parking services will refund payments on qualifying student or employee permits and tickets that have been paid and granted an appeal. Refunds for parking meters and garage pay stations will not be issued.

Customers with an account balance will have any refund issued applied to unpaid citations or permits.

Student Permits

Type of Refund

To be eligible for a refund of the registration fee, you must return your permit to the Office of Parking Services during the first week of the semester, session, or term that the permit was purchased in.

The registration fee is the base amount paid for a restricted permit, or the full amount paid for a general permit.

Registration fees paid for at the beginning of or during the fall semester are not eligible for a refund during the spring semester or summer semester.

Restricted or residence hall fees are the amount paid in addition to the registration fee.

These fees will be refunded based on the date you turn your permit in to the Office of Parking Services.

The refund amount will be calculated using the number of weeks the permit was used.

Payment Methods

The way you will receive your refund depends on how you paid for your permit.

Cash, Check, or Money Order – Permits purchased with cash, check, or money order will be issued a refund check. Refund checks will be issued within 30 days of request.

Visa, MasterCard, or Discover – Refunds of fees paid using a Visa or MasterCard will be made to the card that was originally used.

We will not issue a check or cash to refund payments made with a credit card. Credit card refunds will be credited back to the credit card used on the actual transaction.

Requesting a Refund

Refund requests must be made in person and the current parking permit that is being exchanged or refunded must be returned.

To request a refund of your registration fee, bring your permit to the Office of Parking Services within the first week of the semester, session, or term that the permit was purchased in.

If you are requesting a refund of the restricted fee, the amount of your refund will be based on the date that you turn in your permit to the Office of Parking Services.

Type of Refund

To be eligible for a refund of the registration fee, you must return your permit to the Office of Parking Services during the first week of the semester, session, or term that the permit was purchased in.

The registration fee is the base amount paid for a restricted permit, or the full amount paid for a general permit.

Registration fees paid for at the beginning of or during the fall semester are not eligible for a refund during the spring semester or summer semester.

Restricted fees will be refunded based on the date you turn your permit in to the Office of Parking Services.

The refund amount will be calculated using the number of weeks the permit was used.

Payment Method

The way you will receive your refund depends on how you paid for your permit.

Cash, Check, or Money Order – Permits purchased with cash, check, or money order will be issued a refund check. Refund checks will be issued within 30 days of request.

Visa, MasterCard, or Discover – Refunds of fees paid using a Visa or MasterCard will be made to the card that was originally used.

We will not issue a check or cash to refund payments made with a credit card. Credit card refunds will be credited back to the credit card used on the actual transaction.

Payroll Deduction – Permits purchased with payroll deduction are non-refundable.

Requesting a Refund

Refund requests must be made in person and the current parking permit that is being exchanged or refunded must be returned.

To request a refund of your registration fee, bring your permit to the Office of Parking Services within the first week of the semester, session, or term that the permit was purchased in.

If you are requesting a refund of the restricted fee, the amount of your refund will be based on the date that you turn in your permit to the Office of Parking Services.

The Office of Parking Services will issue a refund on tickets that have been paid and their appeal is granted.

The way you will receive your refund depends on how you paid for your permit.

Cash, Check, or Money Order – Tickets paid with cash, check, or money order will be issued a refund check. Refund checks will be issued within 30 days of the appeal being granted.

Visa, MasterCard, or Discover – Refunds on tickets paid using a Visa or MasterCard will be made to the card that was originally used.

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