Parking on campus requires a valid Georgia Tech permit. By purchasing an annual parking permit, students, faculty and staff may park in their assigned lots at any time (except as needed for special events). Permits are valid from the time of sale to August 14 each year.
All Georgia Tech students, including freshmen, faculty and staff are eligible to purchase parking permits at any time during the academic year (annual permits are sold a prorated prices). Permits are available for sale at driverseat.gatech.edu or in the PTS office.
All student parking permits will be charged to the student's Bursar account and must be paid through the Bursar's Office. Payments for parking permit charges are subject to the same payment policies and schedule that apply to other tuition and fees. Faculty and staff may pay for permits with cash or check (in office only) or credit card.
Official campus signs, maps, and markings designate authorized parking areas and spaces. Parking permit patrons must park in their designated zones only unless authorized by the Parking and Transportation department.
All parking permits are non-transferable. Permits cannot be sold or given to others. Doing so may result in citations or towing.
Overnight or extended parking of campers, vans, buses, etc., utilized as living and sleeping quarters within Institute boundaries, is not permitted unless approved by the PTS Office.
Vehicles with permits are required to pay the posted rates when parking in visitors parking zones or in metered spaces.
Annual Permit Prices
Special Event Parking and Transit
Special campus events, such as home athletic events, have an impact on campus parking and transportation and may result in the temporary displacement of annual permit holders. Customers will be notified via email about special event parking as well as alternate parking and transportation options.
Motor vehicles must be removed from these zones, or they will be subject to impoundment.
"The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia and the Georgia Institute of Technology shall not be responsible for loss or damage of any type to a vehicle, its accessories, or its contents, whether resulting from theft, vandalism, fire or any other cause."
All regular permit holders may park in non-residential areas after regular business hours on weekdays (from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m., Monday through Thursday) and weekends (from 5:00 p.m. Friday to 8:00 a.m. Monday). Note: E45 and E81 both must be vacated by 6:00 a.m. on weekdays. After-hours access is not allowed in E82.
Make the Most of Your Parking Permit
The following are options you have when you purchase an annual parking permit. Be sure to take full advantage of these opportunities and make the most of your parking experience.
Â§ Guaranteed parking on campus
Â§ Out of Area Parking Request
Â§ Regular patrols by police and enforcement staff for added security
Â§ After-hours and weekend parking (M-F, 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.) in
Â§ Convenient and simplified online registration for upcoming year's permits at driverseat.gatech.edu (spring only)
Â§ Annual renewal privilege for same lot at driverseat.gatech.edu (spring only)
Â§ Ability to register all of your vehicles with one hangtag permit
Â§ One (1) free courtesy permit issued per month if you forget your
permit or BuzzCard
Â§ Permit purchases via Bursar's accounts (students only)
Â§ Bi-weekly or monthly pre-tax payroll deduction (faculty and staff only)
Â§ Eligibility to register for Official Business Permit (faculty and staff only)
Â§ Prorated refunds for permits returned before March 31
Â§ Motorist Assistance Program Service (MAPS) to assist patrons with jump starts
Â§ Courtesy call before towing vehicle for parking violation or emergency relocation
Â§ Email updates about gameday parking, special event parking,
maintenance and lot closures