Filing an appeal
Parking citation appeals must be filed online through the dedicated parking services website. On this website, users can manage their vehicles and contact information as well as view their citations and appeals in one centralized location.
The address for the website is https://ttuparking.t2hosted.com.
The Student Appeals Committee meets every 2-4 weeks during the fall and spring semesters. The Faculty and Staff Traffic Appeals Committee meets twice a year, typically in April and November.
If you are a visitor or a contracted employee (SSC, Chartwells, RICOH, etc.), you
will file an appeal by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
In your email, please include the following information:
- Full Name
- Please state the contracted company you work for or state if you are a visitor to the University.
- Citation Number
- Please state the reason you believe your citation should be appealed. You may use as many characters as necessary and include pictures as well.
Users encountering any technical difficulties or having questions relating to appeals process should call Parking & Transportation Services for assistance at 931-372-6428.
SGA F18-003 Bill: An Act to Forgive Citations and Improve the Community
A donation of six (6) canned, non-perishable food items may be turned in to the Parking & Transportation Services Office (Roaden University Center, room 122) in return for a price reduction on the citation by up to $15.
Only citations for "parking in an unassigned parking lot" and "parking without a valid parking permit displayed" will be forgiven. No restricted area citations will be forgiven (illegal parking space, fire lane, disabled area, etc.).
The donation of canned goods may only be used one per semester, per student. All donations must be made within 15 business days of the citation date. Anything beyond 15 business days will be denied.