- Every spring semester, student permit registration kicks off for the academic year that starts in the upcoming fall. You register through your myParking Account, accessible via AccessUH, and select up to four permit preferences.
- Permit registration closes in late June and student permit assignments are made. This lasts approximately two weeks. During this time, myParking accounts will not be accessible and no permits are sold.
- Students are notified via email of the permit type they have been assigned.
- Permits are mailed to the address chosen in AccessUH during the registration process. The mailing process usually starts in mid- to late-July.
- After permits are assigned, remaining permits become available for purchase.
- Permits purchased in person are provided to students immediately. Those ordered online after the fall semester starts usually are mailed within two business days. A temporary printable permit is assigned by the system and can be used for up to seven (7) days while you wait for the permanent permit. The link for this temporary permit is provided in the confirmation email you received once you complete your purchase. Please note: temporary printable permits are not available for garage permits.
If you wait to purchase an available permit online after registration has closed, you can choose to place the charge on your student account.
If you purchase a permit in person, we will charge the permit to your student account. More information about recent permit payment changes can be found here.
Parking and Transportation Services now uses the QLess virtual system for its Parking Express service. This allows customers to get in a “virtual” line to receive assistance at the Parking and Transportation customer service location in University Lofts. There are several ways to get in line:
- Text uhparking to 832-924-3542.
- You will receive a text asking you which line you would like to join: Permit, Citation, Parking Questions, or METRO Services.
- Depending on which line you choose, you will be asked several other questions, including your name.
- You will receive a text with an estimated wait time.
- Another text will summon you to the office when you are nearing the front of the line.
- Click this link.
- You will be asked the same general questions as if you used the text option.
- You will also be asked for your cell phone number to receive the text updates.
- This method also gives you the option to make an appointment to come at a set date and time.
- Use the QR Code.