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Transit and Parking


Harmon Avenue Parking Garage Student Permit Process Change

Beginning the 2023-24 academic year, Harmon Avenue Garage parking e-permits will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. There will no longer be a waitlist. On-campus residents will be notified via email when they can purchase an e-permit for the Harmon garage. If any spaces are available to off-campus students, those e-permits will go on sale at 12:01 a.m. on August 2. Students should ensure all outstanding parking citations have been paid prior to that date.


New Process for Purchasing Resident Reserved and Student Garage Permits

Starting in the fall 2023 semester, resident reserved parking permits will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Students in residence halls with a corresponding resident reserved lot will receive an email offering them the opportunity to purchase a resident reserved permit in that parking zone. Once the zone has filled, all remaining students in that residence hall will then have the opportunity to purchase a student garage permit, which will also be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Those wishing to buy a resident reserved permit should be diligent in checking their university email account in late-July and early-August for an email with a prompt saying resident reserved permits are available for purchase.


Parking Citations Now Administered Electronically

We have transitioned to a new, electronic citation method that is more efficient, cost-friendly and sustainable. Parking citations are now sent to the email address listed on university parking accounts, instead of printed and placed on vehicles, when possible. Violators who do not have a university parking account setup will receive printed citations.

Payments for any parking citations can continue to be made online at Any questions about the new method can be sent to


All Parking Should Be Made Using Cashless Methods

We have streamlined our payment methods to better account for the way customers want to pay and ultimately create a faster checkout process. Beginning Monday, March 20, 2023, we will no longer accept cash payments, which make up less than 0.5% of transactions today,

The fastest and most convenient way to submit payments to the Transit and Parking department will continue to be online at

Customers making in-person visits to the Administrative Services Building (ADSB) will still be able to pay with checks and credit cards. Parking meters and garage kiosks will also continue accepting coins.


We're Hiring

Transit and Parking has openings for Razorback Transit drivers and for parking enforcement personnel.  Go to Click on "career site" to go to job listings. You may then wish to click on "Fayetteville" to refine the search.  In the search bar, type in "Transit" to see postings for drivers, or type in "Parking" to see the openings for parking enforcement.