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Renew your parking permits

June 18, 2019

Pic of Parking permit


By Jackie Todd, University Relations

It’s that time again. Parking and Transportation Services is asking faculty and staff who park on Clemson’s main campus to renew their parking permits online for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Like last year, the permits are repositionable decals, which officials say should be placed in the left front (driver’s side) windshield of the vehicle. For those who drive more than one vehicle to campus, these decals may be moved from vehicle to vehicle for up to 3,000 re-sticks. Be sure to add all vehicle license plates to your account so that your permit is valid for any alternate vehicle you drive to campus.

Permits continue to be on a tiered rate according to salary. To purchase permits online, visit Parking and Transportation Services webpage and click on Manage My Account. Faculty and staff should log in using their Clemson University ID and password. Be sure to have on hand the license plate number, make, model, color and year of your vehicle(s) and ensure that information is updated in your profile when purchasing the 2019-2020 permit.

How to pay

  1. Parking Services offers convenient pre-tax payroll deduction. Those already enrolled in payroll deduction can simply select that option during renewal. Those who would like to enroll should:
  2. Or, payment is accepted in one lump sum using Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express.

Officials say that the permits will be mailed to the shipping address provided on the renewal form. Permits cannot be picked up at Parking Services or mailed to a campus office location.

Things to know

  • Employees who cannot order a permit online (For example, U.S. Forestry, Ricoh, Aramark and intermittent employees), should bring their vehicle information to Parking Services and fill out a new permit form.
  • LEV and EV permits are not available online. Please review the email that was sent to you and DO NOT order a permit online unless you no longer want to participate in our LEV or EV program.
  • All past-due citations must be paid before purchasing a parking permit.

Save money and the environment

Your participation in Clemson’s Park-N-Ride and Carpool programs can further reduce your permit costs. Contact Parking and Transportation Services at 864-656-2270 or parking@clemson.edu with questions.

 

 

 



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