It is the mission of Touro University Nevada to provide reasonably convenient and safe parking to support the sustainability of the campus community and is an integral part of the strategic plan.
Faculty, staff and students must have a permit to park on-campus.
3rd Trimester Parking Permit sales are open to students for purchase starting February 13, 2017 and are available until sellout. The Parking Permits will be distributed February 15-17 and the 21 – 22 and in effect starting February 27, 2017.
An individual will need to purchase a parking permit in order to be able to park in one of the designated spaces Monday-Thursday from 6:00 am-4:30 pm PST and on Friday from 6:00 am-3:00 pm PST. A paid permit also covers nights, weekends, and holidays – a separate no-fee permit is not needed. Permits will not be oversold. An individual that does not have a parking permit will need to register for a no cost parking permit in order to be able to park in TUN parking beginning weekday evenings at 4:30 pm Monday through Thursday; after 3:00 pm on Fridays, and at all times on weekends and holidays. No student, faculty, or staff member may park on campus without one of the aforementioned parking permits.
Limited on-street parking may be available for faculty, staff or students with no permits.
Faculty and staff must have a permit to park. Parking spaces for faculty or staff are designated in white paint with the word FACULTY/STAFF.
Parking spaces for students are designated in yellow paint with the word STUDENT.
There are visitor spaces available on campus and denoted with freestanding signs plus VISITOR in white paint. Designated accessible visitor parking spaces are located by the main entrance to the university and designated by a free-standing sign. Visitor-marked spaces are for visitors only. Faculty, Staff, and students may not use a visitor space for any length of time.
Patient parking spaces are designated in red paint with the word PATIENT and have a free-standing sign for the Health Center and Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities.
Spaces are marked by the typical federal insignia. To park in the designated space, a vehicle must have a state-issued handicap license plate, hang tag, or placard AND appropriate Touro parking permit.
A Touro parking permit is required for the designated motorcycle space. If a motorcyle rider has purchased an auto/car parking space, they can park in the standard parking space or the designated motorcycle space.
Other reserved areas
Fire lanes, drive lanes (individually marked or not), sidewalks and sidewalk access ramps. Each of these areas carries separate fines for violations and are patrolled all hours. Citations may be issued for driving or parking on a sidewalk or lawn or outside of a stall.
Please note that all sales are final. No refunds will be issued. Please review your purchase before completing the process.