Parking Services has one parking permit option for qualified graduate students. The Graduate School will pay $225 towards your parking permit.
- Teachers of Record (TA1s) teaching six credit hours over a twelve-month period and externally-funded research assistants (RA1s) will qualify for this benefit. Qualifying students will order a student parking permit online, and the student's account will be automatically billed for the reduced cost of the permit. If you do not see the discounted options, that means (1) you have already purchased a parking permit, or (2) you are not on the list of qualifying students. Feel free to call Parking Services at 254-710-7275 to verify your status in their system.
- Permits are virtual and are connected to your license plate number. There is no physical permit to pick up or display after the online order.
This benefit provides five free meals each Fall and Spring semester, valid only at the University's residential dining facilities: Brooks, Collins, Memorial, Penland, and the new East Village Dining Commons.
- Qualifying TORs will receive a notice to pick up their meal cards after the 12th class day.
- This benefit is only available during the Fall and Spring semesters. A new meal card will be issued each semester.