Accessible permits for the 2019-2020 academic year expire based off of your state documentation, but expire no later than August 15, 2020.
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About the university accessible parking permit
An accessible parking permit allows you to park in any spot on campus designated with the universal symbol of accessibility. If there are no available accessible spaces, this permit allows a person to park in any legal space regardless of zone. You may not, however, park in a space specifically reserved for a particular group or individual (Mail, Facilities, Assistant Coordinator, Visitor, etc.).
Obtaining a university accessible parking permit
All individuals who have a state-issued disabled placard or license plate are eligible to purchase a university-issued accessible parking permit (Blue permit).
To obtain a Tennessee Tech accessible parking permit individuals will need to present documentation to Parking & Transportation Services. This will be required in the form of paperwork issued either by the State of Tennessee identifying you as the owner of a disabled placard or a disabled license plate. This documentation will be verified for accuracy and to confirm the expiration date of the placard or plate. Documentation may be presented directly to Parking & Transportation Services or may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. A valid driver's license is also required to be submitted.
Displaying a University Accessible Parking Permit
Please display the university accessible permit in front of any state-issued hang tag or permit.
Should you have questions about reserving an accessible parking permit, call Parking & Transportation Services at 931-372-6428.