For the 2021-22 academic year only, residential students with less than 30 earned credit hours will be afforded a D permit to park in residential parking areas on Main and Health Science Campus. There will be no residential permit parking on Scott Park Campus.
Fall 2021 permits will be available the second week of August, after summer grades have been posted.
|Permit Type||Rate||Length of Permit|
|A - AAUP||$200.00||Year|
|C, D, K||$129.00||Semester|
|1st Year Medical Student||$258.00||Year|
|2nd Year Medical Student||$375.00||Year|
|3rd Year Medical Student||$375.00||Year|
|4th Year Medical Student||$375.00||Year|
|U - AFSME/CWA/FOP||$58.00||Year|
|U - AAUP||$100.00||Year|
Click on the Permits tab and click on Purchase Permit. You can also click on +PURCHASE under you permit summary.
There are 10 Steps to purchase a permit.
Daily permits purchased by a visitor allows them to park in C areas within a white-lined space. This permit cannot be used to park in metered or reserved spaces; these spaces require a separate payment.
For a complete list of where to park, please visit “Where Should I Park?“
You must still obtain a valid UToledo parking permit to park on campus. Placard registration from the BMV can then be submitted to ParkUToledo via email@example.com. Once the registration is verified, additional permissions will be added to your parking permit. Additional documents may be requested for validation of the registration.
Student permit types are assigned based on two components: earned credit hours and residential status.
Freshmen are defined as students with fewer than 30 earned credit hours.
Upperclassmen are defined as students with 30 or more earned credit hours.
Graduate Assistants are defined as students who serve in a paid, supportive role to a UToledo professional.
Toledo Early College students who are enrolled in the Toledo Early College High School Program are eligible for the permit below.
For a complete list of where to park and parking maps, please visit Find Parking.
Permit types available are based on your employee Banner classifications.
Faculty and staff may choose to pay for their parking permit using payroll deduction. Your permit through payroll deduction will use pre-taxed dollars, reducing the net amount you pay for parking, based upon an individual’s tax bracket.
If you’re looking for parking for a departmental guest, please follow the steps below.
Please note: This information applies to departmental guests only. All other faculty, staff and students should be purchasing their permits through their myparking account.