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2014-15 faculty/staff parking permits have been available for purchase online since June 1, 2014.

Permits may be deducted from employee paychecks before taxes. It is not necessary to be signed up for payroll deduction to receive this pre-tax benefit, which happens automatically when you apply or renew on-line or request the pre-tax option in person.

Red faculty/staff parking permits for 2014-15 are $30 and will expire June 30, 2015. For 2014-15, only a decal will be provided which should be placed on your existing hangtag. Contact the parking office if you require a replacement hang tag. The color of the validation decal will indicate the parking areas in which the vehicle may park.


Miami University’s parking and transportation services office will begin selling student parking permits on Friday, August 15, 2014 at 7:30 a.m. Online permit sales will also be available at that time. Prices for student parking permits remain unchanged from 2011-12 prices.

Please review the parking regulations and map for changes to parking areas and restriction times from previous years. Students living off campus are now eligible to purchase holding lot (yellow) parking permits, giving them 24-hour access to the West Millett and Ditmer parking lots. Students may still pay hourly rates to park in the North Campus or Campus Avenue garages. Parking garage rates remain at $1 for the first hour and $0.50 for each additional hour; no permit is required to park in garages on an hourly basis. Students are encouraged to use the Butler County Regional Transit Authority (BCRTA) system for transportation around campus and the city of Oxford to reduce vehicle traffic that leads to congestion and pedestrian safety issues.

Student area (blue) parking permits, holding lot (yellow) parking permits and overnight parking garage access are available for purchase based on qualifications. Students wishing to purchase overnight parking garage access will also need to have a valid parking permit. These options will be shown as a combination in the online parking system.

Please note that the permits you are eligible for are determined by your class standing and address information in Banner. If your home or local address information is not current, you should update that information in BannerWeb before registering for a parking permit.

To register a student vehicle, use the Online Parking Services system on the parking website at Click the “Online Parking Services” icon on the right margin of the page and follow the instructions to purchase your permit. If the permit you wish to purchase is not shown, you may appeal to the parking office for parking privileges due to an exceptional transportation need by requesting and submitting an application form. Only online submissions are accepted. Contact the parking office at or 513-529-2224.

Student parking permits will be charged to your bursar account. When your online transaction is complete, you will be given an option to print a temporary permit which serves as a receipt of your transaction and as a valid parking permit for 10 days from the date of your purchase. Students must present their student IDs and pick up their parking permits in person from the parking and transportation services office in 128 Campus Avenue Building.

Student areas (blue)$115$220
Holding lots (yellow)$60$110
Overnight garage access$420$840

On saleValid fromValid until
Fall Semester permitAugust 15, 2014August 25, 2014January 24, 2015
Spring Semester permitDecember 5, 2014December 15, 2014May 17, 2015
Annual permitAugust 15, 2014August 25, 2014May 17, 2015

Parking permits are not refundable. Permits are not discounted or pro-rated at any time during the year. A limited number of garage access cards are sold on a first come, first served basis.

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Click here for instructions on using the Online Parking Services System.