Beginning in the fall 2016 semester, the university will begin charging for faculty and staff parking through a tiered, equitable pay structure.
Parking and Transit Services News
There is no vehicular parking permitted on campus sidewalks. Parking on sidewalks causes safety issues, restricts pedestrian accessibility, and creates unsightly situations in and around our buildings.
As the university continues to improve accessibility across campus, parking policy revisions to help ensure availability of accessible parking for students, faculty, staff, and visitors who need it will be implemented beginning July 1, 2016.
It’s time for another edition of Commuter Corner! If you are an off-campus or commuter student, take a moment to fill out the commuter survey here. Your answers will help Off-Campus and Commuter Services be an advocate for you and better serve your needs.
Off-Campus and Commuter Services has been working with several departments to host the Rocky Top Rooftop Party to conclude National Campus Safety Awareness Month.
There is something new emerging on Rocky Top! Off-Campus and Commuter Services is here!
Approximately 19,000 students either live in areas surrounding campus or commute to the university. These students account for a large majority of our campus population and we are continuously looking for ways to assist with matters that are most important to them.
A new T bus route has been added to UT’s Parking and Transit schedule to help connect members of the campus community to Pellissippi State Community College’s Hardin Valley campus and Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
UT Parking and Transit Services has made some changes to parking to help accommodate student, faculty, and staff needs and to help make navigating around campus construction easier.
Staff and faculty will receive an email on Monday, July 13, with instructions to renew their parking permit online.