Who should purchase a permit?
Faculty, staff, students, visitors, vendors, contractors and other non-Tech personnel are all eligible to purchase permits. Click here to learn more about the various permits the department offers.
What documents do I need to have to purchase a permit?
All customers must bring their license or BuzzCard and their vehicle registration card to the Parking and Transportation Office. Photocopies of these documents are not acceptable.
I will only need my permit for half the year. Can I get a refund?
Permits are refundable until March 31 and are prorated on a weekly basis. Customers should return the permit to the Parking & Transportation office.
How do I park during the summer?
Visit the Parking and Transportation office to purchase an annual parking permit at the prorated price. All permits expire August 14.
I purchased a permit after March 31. Why can't I renew it?
Permits sold after March 31 are valid until August 14. Only permits purchased for the previous parking year (excluding summer) are renewable online during the registration period.
Can I change my parking assignment if I don’t get the zone that I want?
Yes. Bring the original permit to the Parking & Transportation office and exchange it for a new zone. There is an administrative fee to change permits.
Do you offer handicapped permits?
No. Handicapped placards are state issued. Handicapped drivers will need to purchase a Georgia Tech parking permit in addition to having a state-issued handicapped placard to park on campus.
What if I want an adhesive permit?
Any time after you receive your permit you may stop in at the Parking Office and we will exchange your hang tag for an adhesive permit.
What should I do if I lose my permit?
Call the Parking & Transportation office immediately to report the permit stolen. If the permit is recovered, the office will notify you. Please note there is an administrative fee to replace lost or stolen permits.
Can I use a lost or stolen permit?
No. If you find a lost or stolen permit, return it to the Parking & Transportation office immediately. Persons found in possession of a permit that was reported lost or stolen will have their vehicle impounded, will be issued a citation, and will be required to pay for the prorated use of the parking facility from the date the permit was reported lost or stolen through the date the permit was recovered. In addition, students will be reported to the Dean of Students for disciplinary action and employee infractions will be reported to the employee's supervisor.