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Parking Services
1420 Wahnish Way
Parking Information Center
Tallahassee, FL 32307
 
 

About Parking Services




Faculty & Staff Parking RegistrationUniversity Parking and Transportation Services has taken proactive measures to ensure that your parking experience while here on the campus of Florida A&M University is both safe and worry-free. The information contained in this section of the webpage will assist you in finding the appropriate parking lot as well as avoiding unnecessary fines and charges.

All motor-operated vehicles MUST be registered with the University Parking Services Department in order to legally park on this campus. Vehilces should display either a
visitors permit or vendor, employee or student permit/decal.

A parking permit (unless reserved parking) does not guarantee a parking space. It only allows you to park on campus in a legal space.

Services We Provide:


Special Event Parking
General Parking Information
Account Research
Payment Transactions
Appeals
Bus/Shuttle Service Information
Parking Permits/Decals
Vehicle Registration
Gated Accesses
Handicap Accommodations




Parking lots throughout campus have color-coded signs that represent the designated parking permitted for the respective location.

A Red "Gen Parking" Sign  allows anyone with a legal permit to park in that general area.

A Green "EMP Parking" Sign indicates "Employees Only" and are available for those employees with the appropriate decal.

A Blue "Res Parking" Sign indicates "Residential Student Parking Only".

In addition, there are Gated Areas and Reserved Parking Spaces designated only for those with the proper decal and/or permit. Please observe these restrictions. Violations may result in your vehicle being immobilized or towed.
Except during our major sporting events, there are always available parking spaces on the campus. Sometimes those spaces are located on the outer perimeters. Therefore, we suggest that you always give yourself extra time in case a longer walk becomes necessary.