We are the University’s parking partner and we strive to provide you with the best possible parking experience while you’re on campus.
Please utilize the parking options listed below to register your vehicle to park on campus.
If you are a patient or visiting a patient at The University of Toledo Medical Center there is no need to register to park.
Please use the map below to view the no-cost designated parking areas.
If a patient is ever ticketed in the patient area please contact our office.
Your License Plate number is your permit.
License Plate Must Face the Drive Lane.
Vehicles that have not purchased parking are subject to citations.
When visitors are stopping by campus to simply pick up a student or for another quick purpose for fewer than 15 minutes, there are several areas on campus where a vehicle can park temporarily. Those locations include:
The vehicle may receive a parking citation.
If the visit will be longer than 15 minutes, the options noted on this website will need to be used and the vehicle moved to the appropriate area for the parking pass/time purchased.
No, the time limit is still only 15 minutes whether the car is occupied or not.
Yes, all vehicles must be registered to park on campus.
Visitors may utilize the 15 minute drop off zones if applicable. Otherwise, all visitors must purchase parking from one of the two options above.
Yes. During Move In and Move out, along with several other campus global holidays listed HERE
Daily and Monthly Passes give “C” permissions. Please see our parking map for “C” permit locations
ParkUToledo utilizes a Mobile License Plate Recognition system. All permits are connected to license plates.
All guests parking on a University campus will be subject to a $5 parking fee per day. A Department or Group may elect to cover the cost of the guest permit or advise the guest to purchase a permit through the Parking Portal.
If the Department or Group elects to cover the cost:
If the Department or Group advises the guest to purchase a permit:
Please contact the event organizer or department if you believe you should receive a permit before parking on campus.