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All students, staff and faculty are required to register with Parking Services any vehicle they drive and park on campus and purchase the appropriate color parking permit. Parking rules are enforced every day of the year.

All traffic and parking regulations of Texas State University are applicable to the Round Rock Campus.

Red Restricted Permit

Faculty and staff are eligible to purchase a Red Restricted permit, which allows parking in any non-reserved red surface lot or garage.

Learn more about the Red Restricted permit

Commuter Permit

Students, staff and faculty commuting to the Round Rock campus may purchase the Purple Commuter/Perimeter Permit.

Learn more about the Commuter/Perimeter Permit

Get your Parking Permit for the 2021-2022 academic year.

Permit Costs

Permit Type Cost Spring Prorated Cost Summer Prorated Cost
Red/Restricted Permit $335 $223 $112
Commuter (Purple) $115 $77 $50
Motorcycle $115 $77 $50
Faculty and Staff Reduced Motorcycle
(when purchased with a vehicle permit)
$0 $0 $0

Reduced Permit Fees

Salary Permit Cost
Under $20,000 $168
$20,001 to $25,000 $249

Full-time faculty/staff with an annual salary of $25,000 or less are eligible for a reduced permit fee on Red/ Restricted Permits.

The salary based fee reduction is available to both full-time and part-time faculty and staff. The part-time salary will be converted to the equivalent of a full-time employee and must be $25,000 or less to be eligible. Temporary, part-time faculty and staff are not eligible for the permit fee reduction.

Additional Permits and Parking

Learn more about your options for motorcycle parking, accessible parking, and carpooling

Parking Office Hours and Location

Campus Services Building, 101D
1901 Adolfo Barrera Drive
Round Rock, TX 78665

8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Saturday - Sunday

Pay-and-Display Stations

Pay-and-Display stations are located in the east parking lot and the Willow Hall parking lot to allow visitors to purchase parking.

  1. Follow the prompts on the screen
  2. Insert credit card
  3. Take receipt
  4. Display your receipt on dashboard

Student using a Pay-and-Display station


How to Pay-by-App

  1. Download the AMP Park app, available on the App Store or on Google Play
  2. Select the Parking Location you would like to park in
  3. Add your license plate and vehicle information
  4. Add your billing information
  5. Press “Purchase”
  6. Your Pay-by-App Permit is now active, and you may park in your selected location!

What is Pay-by-App

Pay-by-App offers a contactless payment option for short-term parking using a smartphone or web app.

The AMP app is available in current Pay-and-Display locations on the map above.

Special Events

Texas State University is home to many special events, including athletic events, conferences, commencements, and workshops and Parking Services can assist you with making the appropriate arrangements.

There is no free parking in permit parking areas except for the following events or as approved by the Vice President for Finance and Support Services:


Exempt Events:

  • Bobcat Days
  • Round Rock Arts Council Imagine Event