The parking service office provides UT Health San Antonio students, faculty, staff and visitors with parking permits and/or solutions to various parking problems. It also assists with parking needs for special events held on campus.
The parking services office is under the general supervision of Mark Jesse, director of parking and transportation. Our staff of dedicated employees handles various tasks including permit sales, manning of visitor parking zone booths, parking control, issuance of parking citations and coordination of special event parking activities.
The parking services office also issues parking citations. Citations can be paid online at our Parking Office Gateway or in person at the parking services office.
All individuals who receive a parking citation have the right to appeal online within 10 business days. Once this time period has passed, the right to appeal is forfeited
The lost and found is located in the Parking Office.
Any lost or stolen university ID should be reported as lost as soon as possible. This can be done from anywhere at https://cbord.uthscsa.edu using your UT Health Login.Parking permits or issued keys should also be reported as soon as possible using the Lost Parking Permit or Lost Key Form. We will attempt to notify the owner if they are turned in. Lost ID’s are held 10 calendar days. Lost parking permits and keys are held for 60 days.
All other items of pertinent value are held for 60 days before turning over to Materials Management. Items of pertinent value include Prescription Glasses, Driver’s License, Wallets, Cash, Credit Cards, Keys, Cell Phones, Jewelry (no costume), Textbooks, Computers and chargers, State Property, etc. No clothing items or water bottles. Items of minimum value can be placed in the bin outside of the library on Long Campus or the entrance of the Research Administration Building on Greehey Campus.
The special events coordinator is responsible for managing event parking, event transportation and security requirements for events.
When planning an event that requires guests to park on campus all departments should submit a special events police support request 10 business days prior to the event. This should be submitted via My Service Center. If the request requires event security, transportation or parking arrangements, an account number may be required for reimbursement event staffing.
An alcohol permit must be on file with the university police department prior to any event where alcohol is being served. An officer will be assigned for security at an extra charge to the department for every 150 guests estimated to be in attendance.
Please submit your special events police support request as soon as possible to ensure that your event and your guests' visit to the campus is organized and enjoyable.
How much does parking cost at a special event?
Parking is $6 per vehicle between the hours of 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday; and $10 for every 25 vehicles after hours, weekends or holidays.
Do I have to pay for parking after hours?
Parking is $10 for every 25 vehicles parked.
Where can my guests' park?
Guests can park in any Visitor parking lot during weekdays between the hours of 7 a.m to 6 p.m., or in any unreserved space at any other time. If they are from other UT San Antonio campuses with a current permit, they may park in the area designated on their permit.
Do I have to pay for parking?
Yes, if you do not have a current UT Health San Antonio parking permit, you must pay for parking.
What do my guests do with their parking ticket (not citations)?
A department hosting an event may validate/stamp parking tickets if they have a validation stamp, or they may pay through the Inter Departmental Transfer (IDT) process. All tickets should be turned into the security officer upon exit, informing him/her of the event attended.
Monday - Friday
9 am to 12 pm and 1:30 pm to 4 pm
Appointment is required.
Schedule an appointment online
Near the walkway between the parking garage and the School of Nursing building on main campus
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