All motor vehicles operated (utilized) by faculty, staff, students in connection with their employment or attendance at UT Martin must be registered at the UT Martin Department of Public Safety in Crisp Hall. This includes residents of University Courts Apartments using University parking lots.
Parking permits are to be displayed on the bottom of the Driver’s side front windshield on the inside.
Permits may be used for another vehicle that you drive. Permits are not transferable from person to person.
Visitors are always welcome at UT Martin and must obtain a visitors parking permit. UT Martin online visitor parking permits are processed during business hours Monday - Friday between 7:30 am - 4:30 pm. or visitor permits can be obtained at the Department of Public Safety 24 hours a day at no charge. Visitors will need the license plate number of the vehicle they are driving to obtain a parking permit.
Registration improves the security of campus, identifies the operator as affiliated with the university, and provides for more expedient notification in the event of any emergency.
Please refer to our Parking Rules and Regulations for more information.
2020 – 2021 parking permits will be available for pick up at Public Safety in August 2020.
The permit price is $85 for the entire Academic Year (August to August).
Students, faculty and staff are required to register for their UT Martin parking permit online.
YOU MUST HAVE A VALID SKYHAWK CARD OR PICTURE ID TO RECEIVE YOUR PARKING PERMIT.
After registering for a parking permit online, please bring the following documentation to Public Safety in Crisp Hall:
The registration and placard must match the photo ID provided. Please refer to our Parking Rules and Regulations for more information.
All motor vehicles operated (utilized) by faculty, staff and students in connection with their employment or attendance at UT Martin must be registered at the UT Martin Department of Public Safety in Crisp Hall.
Personal Property Inventory
The UT Martin Dept. of Public Safety would like to remind everyone maintaining an inventory of their personal property can help the appropriate authorities recover the property if it is lost or stolen.