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Texas A&M University Police Department

Campus Map, Parking Rules & Regulations


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    Purchase A Parking Permit Online before picking it up at the business office. For students, staff and faculty log onto JNET, select the campus resources tab and then click Parking Spot under the Parking / Police channel. Log in to Parking Spot is automatic. Log on to JNET>>.

NOTE: A parking permit does not guarantee a parking space

Outstanding Unpaid Tickets

faculty, Staff, and Students:

The 2018/2019 Parking Permits are currently being sold at the Business Office in College Hall rm 104. 

If you have any unpaid citations, you may pay at the Business Office, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. through 4:00 p.m. Citations may also be paid on-line by following the Parking Spot link thru JNET - Campus Resources tab.

Individuals with three (3) or more outstanding citations may have their vehicles immobilized and/or towed for non-payment of outstanding parking fines.  Persons receiving financial assistance, scholarships, or travel expenses may have their funds withheld pending payment of any outstanding parking citations, check with the Business Office.

You may not purchase a new permit if you have any outstanding citations. All outstanding tickets must be paid in full before receiving a new permit.

Visitor Permits

Visitors coming to campus as part of a conference or event that takes place during normal working hours (Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) will be required to have a visitor permit. These will be issued through the Business Office located at the College Hall and will be included in conference or event costs. The fee is $5 per vehicle per day.

Anyone wishing to park on campus who does not have a parking permit and is not part of a conference or event should use the visitor’s parking lot on Santa Gertrudis Street between Cousins and Poteet Hall. The parking lot will be metered Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  During these hours visitors will be charged $1 per hour or $5 per day at the meter. The solar-powered meter will issue a receipt that should be displayed in the vehicle windshield.

Visitor permits will not be needed for conferences or events that occur outside the regular business day.

In the event of an closure we will update this area.


Be Aware on the City of Kingsville's Parking Information.

Click here to view the Parking Information for the Streets around Campus!