University Issued ADA Mobility ePermit


Physically challenged students, faculty and staff who possess a State of Texas disabled placard or disabled registration tags are required to register their vehicle with Parking and Transportation.  An ADA mobility ePermit will be issued entitling them to park in designated handicap areas. 

Those wishing to utilize the disabled parking spaces on campus must display  a state issued disabled parking placard or license plate registered to either the operator or an active passenger in the vehicle.  Visitors requiring access to the disabled spaces for longer than a week should visit our office to verify their ADA information and receive a temporary ADA Mobility ePermit for campus.  State issued disabled permits are available through the office of the County Tax Assessor Collector.

University Special Circumstance ePermit


Special permits are available to students who must park close due to a temporary injury or illness.  Requests for temporary special permits must be made to Parking and Transportation.  Temporary special permits are not authorized to park in any area designated for the physically challenged (disabled).

 Disabled and Awarded Military Veterans Program with the State of Texas


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Disabled Veteran license plates feature "DV" as part of the license plate number. DV-designated plates provide the same parking rights and privileges as a plate with the International Symbol of Access. To qualify:

  • You must be a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces, with a service-connected disability of at least 50 percent, or at least 40 percent due to the amputation of a lower extremity, and
  • Honorably discharged, receiving compensation from the U.S. government as a result of such disability.
  • Proof of eligibility may be provided with signed approval by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs on Form VTR-615, or a letter from Veterans Affairs stating eligibility.
  • Texas cities may provide additional parking privileges, such as free parking at the airport. Check with your local city officials.
  • Vehicles with Disabled Veteran license plates may be parked for an unlimited period in a parking space or area that is designated specifically for persons with physical disabilities on the property of an institution of higher education regardless of whether a permit is generally required for the use of the space or area. For more information about campus parking privileges, please contact the institution of higher education.
  • In addition to the Disabled Veteran plate, certain military honors license plates are also eligible for exemptions from payment of certain parking fees, including:
    • Air Force Cross
    • Air Medal
    • Air Medal with Valor
    • Army Distinguished Service Cross
    • Bronze Star
    • Bronze Star with Valor
    • Congressional Medal of Honor
    • Defense Superior Service Medal
    • Distinguished Flying Cross
    • Distinguished Service Medal
    • Former Prisoner of War
    • Legion of Merit
    • Legion of Valor
    • Medal of Honor
    • Navy Cross
    • Pearl Harbor Survivor
    • Purple Heart
    • Silver Star
    • World War II Veterans