MTSU updates parking permit policy, allows passes to stay active for three years for students


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Beginning this fall, student parking permits will no longer need to be changed out yearly. Instead, they will be good for up to three years, as long as the student is currently enrolled in classes. The replacement fee for lost or stolen parking passes has been changed to $75.

This updated permit policy will also affect the way students park in campus parking garages. Instead of scanning your student ID to gain entry into the parking garage, the equipment will read your parking pass and allow entry to students who have paid their tuition.

The permits will be renewed/reactivated every semester once tuition has been paid.

For more information on parking services, visit here.

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