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Parking Lot Operations
Hours of Operation
Monday thru Friday
parking@mst.edu Window: 7:30am - 3:30pm
573-341-4303  Phone: 7:30am - 4:00pm
General Campus Parking Enforcement Hours
Monday thru Friday 7:30am - 4:30pm

2014 Student Parking Areas

Students - click to request a parking permit thru the WAITING LIST

Request a different parking area than your current permit/renewal.
Requests for new or upcoming permit holders.

  • Sign up starts May 1st and ends March 31st annually.
  • Priority is based upon your academic level and then the date/time of sign up.
  • Notifications of available permits are only made to S&T e-mail.

 *Employees must contact Parking Lot Operations for their waiting list.

 

2013 Parking Lot Map

Rules and Regulations

Ticket Appeal Form                                        

Permit FAQ's

Parking Committee Meeting Minutes

Request for Parking Passes

Directions to the Visitor parking lot at The Havener Center

Where to Park at the Multi-Purpose Building

Parking Permit Cost will increase Effective July 1,2014:

* Vehicle Permit: $127.90
* Motorcycle Permit: $32.88
* 4-hour meters cost                     .50 cents/hour


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