Parking and Transit Services
Our mission at Parking and Transit Services is to enhance transportation to and within Auburn University’s campus by promoting and providing alternate modes of transportation thereby creating a more sustainable campus while maximizing the utilization of available parking spaces.
Students who park a vehicle on campus must register their vehicle(s) as established in the Auburn University Parking and Traffic Regulations. Any vehicle not properly registered on, or after, the first day of class for the fall semester will be in violation of the established regulations and therefore is liable to receiving a citation.
Vehicle, motorcycle, and bicycle registration is valid for one year beginning the first day of the fall semester until the day before the first day of the following semester. While registration begins in July, Parking Services will contact students via their TigerMail with specific times and dates depending upon their classification status (freshman, sophomore, junior, etc.). Registration is completed via AU Access by selecting the “My Campus” tab however, for a step-by-step guide please visit: aub.ie/ParkingReg.
Campus parking is identified by zones that correspond with specific parking lots/decks/areas designated on campus. For a comprehensive campus zone map, visit: aub.ie/ZoneMap.
All zones are enforced Monday–Friday from 7 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. throughout the year as long as the University is officially open or unless denoted otherwise. Residential zones (RW, RH, RD, and RX) are enforced 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Any student found in violation of the established University Parking and Traffic Regulations will receive either a citation, wheel lock, and/or tow. The student will be notified via their TigerMail if they are registered. After 10 days, all charges and fees will be transferred to their student e-Bill account if they have not been paid. For detailed information about wheel-locks, tows, and how to retrieve your vehicle visit: aub.ie/LockAndTow.
All transit services are covered in tuition payments therefore we encourage students to utilize the transit daily as a sustainable way to access campus and the City of Auburn. During the fall and spring semesters, Tiger Transit operates twenty-four routes simultaneously from 7 a.m.–8 p.m. and 7 a.m.–5 p.m. during the summer.