Four-Week Temporary Disability Parking Permits

1. What Fees are associated with the Permit?
2. If I'm approved, where am I allowed to park?
3. What medical documentation do I need to submit in order to be approved?
4. What if I need an ADA approved accessible parking space?
5. What if I need special parking accommodations beyond 4 weeks?
6. How do I request approval?
7. How long will it take to become approved?




Four-Week Temporary Disability Parking Permits

1. What Fees are associated with the Permit?
Students WITH current Baylor Student Parking Permits do not owe any additional fees for the Four-Week Temporary Disability Parking Permit.

Students WITHOUT current Baylor Student Parking Permits will be charged a minimum of $50 for the Four-Week Temporary Disability Permit.

The amount charged depends on what the student feels will best fit his/her needs following the four-week time period. Students should consider if they will need campus parking when the Four-Week Temporary Disability Permit expires. If so, they should purchase the permit that best fits their needs (and the Four-Week Temporary Disability Permit fee will be waived).

Note that the cost of the Four-Week Temporary Disability Parking Permit is the SAME as the Ferrell Permit. Students who would benefit from Ferrell Center parking with an express shuttle after 4 weeks should purchase this permit.

2. If I'm approved, where am I allowed to park?
The Four-Week Temporary Disability Parking Permit allows students to park in any visitor, faculty/staff and student parking until expiration. It DOES NOT allow students to park in any designated accessibility space.

3. What medical documentation do I need to submit in order to be approved?
(1) Diagnosis; (2) Severity of the condition; (3)Functional limitations; (4) Recommended accommodation; and (5) Physician signature

4. What if I need an ADA approved accessible parking space?
Baylor is not authorized to issue any allowance (temporary or permanent) for students to park in designated ADA spaces. Students should follow the steps on the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles website to apply for a temporary or permanent disability placard : http://www.txdmv.gov/motorists/disabled-parking-placards-plates

5. What if I need special parking accommodations beyond 4 weeks?
Students should follow the steps on the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles website to apply for a temporary or permanent disability placard : http://www.txdmv.gov/motorists/disabled-parking-placards-plates

6. How do I request approval?
Students may request approval for the Four-Week Temporary Parking Permit in conjunction with Baylor Disability Shuttle services or separately. Students who are requesting BOTH shuttle and temporary parking services should read the policies on the Baylor Disability Shuttle Webpage and submit the online shuttle application. Students requesting the Four-Week Temporary Parking Permit only may email the Accessibility Coordinator at Candice_Coulter@baylor.edu

7. How long will it take to become approved?
Once the proper medical documentation has been received and any necessary charges have been agreed to; students generally receive their approval via e-mail within 24 business hours. Students are NOT allowed to park in unauthorized spaces until they receive their email notification.

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