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To meet the COVID-19 social distancing restrictions, the parking operations staff has added a new online system, Rydin PermitExpress, to process and mail permits. Parking offers will still be processed via campus email for students to accept or reject. Once you have accepted your parking permit offer, you will be directed to visit the online site to register your vehicles, pay for your permit, and designate where to mail your permit. Get step-by-step instructions:Read More »
Parking permit offers are currently being sent to Missouri S&T faculty and staff. Individuals are required this year to register the vehicles for which they will use their permit before receiving their permit. You may receive the following emails:Read More »
To meet the COVID-19 social distancing restrictions, the parking operations staff has added a new online system, Rydin PermitExpress, to process and mail permits. Parking offers will still be processed via campus email for students to accept or reject.Read More »
Missouri S&T’s 2019-20 parking permits will expire on Friday, July 31. There is a slight delay this year in disseminating the permits because the permit vendor was closed temporarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The department’s staff will start forwarding renewal offers on Thursday, July 23.Read More »
This article provides details on the following topics related to S&T parking lots and parking permits:
- Portion of parking lot M to close for construction
- Changes planned this fall for parking lots Q and C
- Parking lot near Gale Bullman closed for repairs
- Renew your parking permit
Please renew your employee parking permit by Wednesday, July 10. Parking offers will be made to faculty and staff via email during the final week of July and you will have seven days to accept the offer. Follow these instructions to request a renewal by July 10:Read More »
Beginning next semester (Fall 2019), the student parking permits for some parking lots will be reserved for students who live in a residential hall. The residential areas and lots include:
- Residential Commons 1: Students who live in Res Commons 1 will have priority for Lot H permits.
- Residential Commons 2: Students who live in Res Commons 2 will have priority for Lot S permits.
- University Commons: Students who live in University Commons will have priority for Lot N permits.
- Miner Village: Students who live in Miner Village will have priority for Lot K permits.
- Thomas Jefferson Hall: Students who live in T.J. will have priority for Lot T permits.
If you request a student permit for a residential lot and you do not live in the associated hall, your request will be given lower priority than residents. However, you may request permits for up to 6 lots to increase your chances to secure a parking space.Read More »
If you accepted your parking permit and have not picked up your sticker, the parking operations staff will send all remaining permits out in campus mail Monday, July 23. If you made prior arrangements with the parking staff, they will follow the arrangements made. For more information, please contact the parking operations staff at 341-4303 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More »
The parking operations office has experienced a glitch with parking permit emails. At 1 a.m. today (Wednesday, July 11), several S&T employees received an email stating their new parking permits had expired. However, this information is incorrect. If you received this email, please ignore it. For more information, please contact the parking operations staff at 341-4303 or email@example.com.Read More »