Frequently Asked Questions
The Overlay Hangtag is no longer required. All valid Texas A&M parking permits are valid on the Health Science Cenre Bryan campus.
Your permit should arrive with 14 days of purchase. If you fail to receive the permit within 14 days of purchase, please contact our office to file for a lost permit. A replacement permit will be provided. You will sign a sworn affidavit stating that you will turn in the permit if it does eventually arrive. Should it arrive and you give to someone to use, the vehicle displaying the permit will be cited and towed and both will face disciplinary action up to and including being barred from campus.
24 hr Reserved Numbered Spaces are available for purchase to all Health Science Center employees. RNS are assigned using a waitlist and you must add yourself to the appropriate waitlist for consideration by logging in to the parking system and selecting the "Permit Waitlist" option.
Any valid Texas A&M permit will be valid on the Health Science Center Bryan campus.
Your Health Science Center permit is valid in Texas A&M lots designated as "Any Valid Permit" lots, such as 43, 49, 71, 90, 100, 110, 113, 117, and 120.
You may use a Texas A&M Night permit but it will only be valid between 5pm and 6am. Outside of those times it will be considered an invalid permit.
You can share a permit with several people but only one person can be the responsible person regarding ownership and any citations received.
Our permits are set up on a 12 month, prorated system. You will pay the prorated amount through the end of the permit year upon purchase. At the end of the semester, you will be refunded the prorated difference upon returning the permit. This is the most economical purchase option at $20/month.
Our permits are set up on a 12 month, prorated system. You will pay the prorated amount through the end of the permit year upon purchase. At the end of the semester, you will be refunded the prorated difference upon returning the permit.
Permits are not transferrable between individuals, either by selling or giving to them without cost. The original purchaser will be accountable for any citations.
The permit purchase receipt is only valid for a period of 14 days. During this time you should receive your permit in the mail. Once the permit arrives, the receipt is not a valid substitute for the permit, and your vehicle displaying only the receipt can be towed.
Yes, although all vehicles using the tag should be added to the permit owner’s record online.
Yes, you can enter the new vehicle to your customer record. For historical purposes, you cannot remove vehicles from your record yourself; the parking office can do so if they verify that you have no outstanding tickets and a verification of transfer of ownership.
If vehicle is still owned by the family, it can still be driven by the student.
No, the printable permits are associated with specific vehicles entered at the time of purchase. If a printable permit is used on a vehicle not associated with the permit, a citation will be issued.
Any valid Texas A&M permit will be valid on the Health Science Center Bryan campus so there is no need to display a Business permit. If you are visiting the campus for a temporary meeting you can park in the visitor spots; however, if you are coming for extended periods of time you must buy a daily/weekly/monthly permit or a Health Science Center permit.
Vehicles will be towed at the owner's expense due to one of the following conditions:
- Parking in a 24 HR Reserved Numbered Space (at space owner's request)
- Outstanding citation total of two or more
- Outstanding balance of $100 or more
- Outstanding citation over 90 days old
- Obstructing a roadway or interfering with the movement of vehicular or pedestrian traffic
- Blocking a sidewalk, ramp, loading dock, entrance, exit, fire lane or aisle
You may make partial payment on your citation but it will remain active until paid in full.
You must pay your citations before picking up your car. See the question about "Why would my car be towed?" to see the conditions under which a vehicle will be towed.
Purchasing your permit brings you into compliance so you will not be cited for "No Permit" as long as the receipt and eventually the permit are properly displayed. You are still liable to be towed as you have more than 2 outstanding citations.
The citations will remain valid until paid. Failing to satisfy this debt will result in a hold being placed on your grades and transcripts, and this will also prevent you from registering for future classes. These outstanding citations will also accumulate late fees if not paid.
Yes, Blinn students need to buy a Health Science Center parking permit. Students may take the receipt from the parking permit to the Blinn main campus and receive a free Blinn parking permit.
Please refer to the Blinn Texas A&M Health Science Center Parking Permit policies site for further details.