TMU Automobile Policy

(updated 2023)

Students must comply with vehicle regulations as determined by the Vice President for Finance and Operations.

Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., students are allowed to operate automobiles on campus for entry to and from their designated lot only when leaving or returning to campus. There is no student parking at the Upper Dining Hall, or Nix Student Center at any time, this includes the exit road from the Dining Hall. Parking rules and regulations are applicable year round for students and employees, including times when classes are not in session. During special events all parking lots are subject to closure to all students and employees. Regulations are subject to change without notice. Changes will be posted on the Truett website. Employees must pick up a hangtag in the HR office located in Miller Hall. All parking regulations are in effect 24 hours a day 7 days a week for all Residence Halls.

The University assumes no responsibility for loss or damage to private property. It is the responsibility of the individual student or employee to personally obtain a parking permit. Students, decals will be issued at your hall meetings after check-in. Decals will be available for pick it up in 102 Miller hall after classes have started. Special parking may be granted if requested ahead of time. All requests must be in writing to the Office of Campus Safety; Student requests must be accompanied by a written justification from; a medical professional, staff member, faculty member, or other authority responsible for the student seeking a variance or special consideration. Any vehicle found on campus unregistered and owned or operated by a student or employee will be assessed the appropriate fees by the Office of Campus Safety.