Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Police Department is committed to providing quality professional law enforcement which ensures a safe and secure learning and working environment. We are dedicated to enforcing the laws and regulations by utilizing a community policing philosophy. We strive to serve with excellence and integrity by providing proactive service and encouraging awareness through crime prevention efforts.
Fall 2018 through Summer 2019 permits go on sale 13 Aug, 2018. Permit fees will remain the same.
If you have received a no decal or an expired decal citation, you can have the first citation for these violations dismissed upon proof of purchase of a new permit. Subsequent violations for these types of citations may be reduced to $5.00 each, or an appeal filed within 10 days of issuance. If you appeal, you cannot choose to later take the reduction if the appeal is disapproved. The purchase of the new permit coincides with the term that the citation was issued in.
You must have a permit to park in any main campus parking lot. Visitors and those without a permit must park in the Bayside Parking Garage.
Can I swap to another type of permit?
Yes, until the 12th day of class. After the 12th