Faculty & Staff Vehicle Registration

2022-2023 Annual Registration Updates

Upon further consideration, based on the feedback received regarding the 2022-23 campus parking plan, Parking Services is making the following adjustments for faculty and staff members.

The previously identified reserved areas of campus, the Lowder lot, and the RBD deck will no longer be zoned as reserved parking. Therefore, these areas will remain unchanged as A-zones.

Regarding the pay-by-space locations, these spaces will be implemented first in the Arena lot only with plans to expand to additional locations in the future.

The new zone locations that will require an annual permit are the Administrative Complex (Human Resources on E. Glenn), Campus Safety lot, and Pumphrey lot.

Furthermore, an annual A-zone permit will cost $160/annually, and a B-zone permit will cost $80/annually. Payment for the annual parking permits will include a monthly deduction option via payroll. The permit price increase is based upon the need for maintaining current lots/decks and future capital parking projects to improve parking areas on campus. Additionally, Parking Services will conduct an updated parking demand management study to enhance the available options for parking on campus.

In closing, Parking Service would like to confirm, aside from the Administrative Complex, Campus Safety lot, and Pumphrey lot, that the already established A, B, and student parking zones will not change. We deeply value the feedback received from employees which is the premise of the above adjustments to the 2022-23 campus parking plan.

2022-2023 Registration FAQs

Will the eligibility for A zone permits be changed?

  • No, the eligibility to purchase an A zone permit will not change therefore, only exempt employees, or non-exempt with more than 10 years will be able to purchase an A zone permit.

  • Will Parking Services limit the number of A or B zone permits sold?

  • No, there will be no restricted capacity/limit of A or B zone permits for the 2022-2023 annual vehicle registration.

  • What will the newly added locations be zoned as?

  • The new locations (Administrative Complex (Human Resources on E. Glenn), Campus Safety lot, and Pumphrey lot) will be assigned as a B zone.

  • What are the options regarding payroll deduction?

  • Employees will have the option to select a monthly deduction or a one-time payroll deduction.

  • How to Register Online

    1. Log into your AU Access with your Auburn University username (abc0000) and password

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    3. Select the “My Campus” tab in the top header

    4. Select the “Parking” icon

    To completely register your vehicle, you will need to provide the following information:

    1. Year model

    2. Vehicle make

    3. Identify if it is a 2-door or 4-door vehicle

    4. Vehicle color

    5. License plate number

    If you experience any problems logging into your personal AU Access account, please contact the OIT Help Desk at (334) 844-4944 or at hotline@auburn.edu.

    Registration will open Wednesday, August 10, 2022 at 8 a.m. and payroll deductions will be pre-tax.

    • A-zone parking permissions will be $160/year.

    • B-zone parking permissions will be $80/year.

    Non-Conventional Vehicle Registration:Parking Services is currently in the process of updating our digital form. Until then, please email parking@auburn.edu and request the Non-Conventional Vehicle registration information.

    Retiree Vehicle Registration

    Registration will open Wednesday, August 10, 2022 at 8 a.m.

    • Parking permissions will be $60/year and $20/semester.

    • Currently we do not accept online payments however, we are making considerable effort to provide an online payment option available as soon as possible.

    • At this time we accept vehicle information by email (parking@auburn.edu) or you can enter your own personal vehicle information via our vehicle registration portal

      Please note that if you enter your own vehicle information through our portal that this does not complete your permission renewal. You will still need to finalize payment by utilizing one of the options below.

      1. Visit our office. You can come to our office located at 330 Lem Morrison Drive and renew your parking permission. In response to COVID-19, we have rearranged our office to comply with social distancing rules and guidelines in addition to providing masks to every visitor upon entry.

      2. Mail us a check. If you do not feel comfortable visiting our office, you can mail a check made out to Auburn University, to the below address. Before mailing the check you can simply send an email to parking@auburn.edu with your banner ID number, vehicle information, and let us know when you will be placing your check in the mail. Once we receive your check, we will process your registration and email you a copy of the receipt.

        Auburn University Parking Services
        330 Lem Morrison Drive
        Auburn, AL 36849

    Electric Vehicles Charging Station Locations

    The electric vehicle charging stations will require the owner to purchase a valid AU permit prior to utilization. Registered vehicles have free access to the charging stations up to four hours before relocating to their assigned zone.

    Locations:

    • Stadium Parking Deck, 1st level: 5 stations

    • South Quad Parking Deck, 2nd level: 4 stations

    • South Donahue Parking Deck 1st level: 4 stations

    • West 2 Parking Lot: 2 stations

    • College of Veterinary Medicine: 2 stations

    Last updated: June 24, 2022