Adorn your car rearview mirror with a 2015-2016 parking tag

Don't wait, current tags expire June 30

Get your 2015-2016 parking tag.

Get your 2015-2016 parking tag now. Current tags expire June 30.

Employees can now renew their parking permits. This year, employees can purchase either red ($75) or white ($0) tags for the 2015-2016 academic year. There’s also a carpool option: $30 ($15 a piece for two people) and $0 for three or more people.

Parking permits can be renewed online at and will be sent via campus mail to the employee’s work address. Parking permits also are available for purchase in the parking office (128 CAB) for employees not eligible for payroll deduction.  Current tags expire June 30.

A Miami University parking permit is required at all times while parked on streets bordering or through the Oxford campus and in Oxford campus parking lots and drives.

There are two categories of parking areas which employees and graduate assistants may purchase permits for: surface lots and remote lots. Surface lots are restricted to red permit holders only 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Remote parking lots are available at no cost, but a valid permit is still required. A map and complete list of parking areas is available online.

New this year is the carpool option. Interested groups should contact the parking services office to sign up for the reduced hangtag rate.

Parking at the Regionals

The Hamilton and Middletown campuses are requiring all students, faculty and staff to register their vehicles with the office of business services and display a hangtag inside their vehicles to be visible by security officers on patrol.
Regional campus faculty and staff may register for a regional campus parking tag free of charge. Regional faculty and staff who frequently travel to Oxford may also:

  • Purchase a red parking permit from Oxford or the regionals cashier’s office for the current rate as approved in the miscellaneous fee ordinance by the board of trustees. The permit allows for parking on all Miami campuses.
  • Request a white parking permit at no cost that will permit parking in regional faculty/staff parking areas as well as designated Oxford locations, which currently include Ditmer, West Millett and the Culinary Support Center parking lots.
  • Ride the Butler County Regional Transportation Authority (B.C.R.T.A.) system at no cost. Just show the bus driver your Miami ID to ride for free. Weekday bus service is available between the Oxford, Hamilton and Middletown campuses.
  • Reserve a campus car, if available, and pay to park in one of the Oxford parking garages. No permit is required, but the hourly or daily parking rates apply.
  • Oxford-issued faculty/staff (red) permits allow for parking on regional campus lots designated for faculty/staff.

Beginning this fall, regional campus students will be issued a free, green parking permit. This green pass will permit students to park in student-designated locations on the regional campuses only. This pass is not valid for parking in Oxford; however, regional campus students can purchase an Oxford parking pass the same as Oxford students can.

Oxford students with blue or yellow student parking permits are allowed to park in regional student designated parking areas.