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HOW TO: PAY YOUR PARKING TICKET:

  • STUDENTS: Tickets associated with students will be charged to their eBill and can be paid online or at the Bursar's Office.
  • FACULTY & STAFF: Tickets associated with faculty or staff can either be paid at the Parking Services Office or after 21 days the ticket will be deducted through payroll deduction and an additional $3 will be added to the ticket fee for each ticket deducted.
  • GUESTS: Visitors and vendors who receive a parking ticket should go to the Parking Services Office at 330 Lem Morrison Drive to reconcile any tickets.

If you wish to mail a check, please be sure to do the following:

  1. Make it out to "Auburn University".
  2. Include the ticket number clearly written on the check.
  3. Address to: Auburn University Parking Services
    330 Lem Morrison Drive
    Auburn, AL 36849-5543

There is a payment drop box located outside the Parking Services Office on the second level of the South Quad Deck for after-hour payments. Please note: your payment will not be processed until the next business day. Envelopes with instructions for ticket payment are available at this location for your convienence.


HOW TO: APPEAL YOUR TICKET

Students, faculty and staff who receive a parking ticket and feel that it was issued in error, may appeal the ticket online at AU Access within ten (10) calendar days from the date that the ticket was issued. Please note: Students, faculty and staff who are unable to appeal online will have to come to the Parking Services Office to file the appeal.

A person may only file three appeals between the first day of a Fall semester and the day before the first day of the next Fall Semester.

HOW? We're glad you asked...

  • If you are a current faculty, staff member or student and your vehicle is registered with Auburn University Parking Services for the current permit year, you may appeal via the Parking icon on your My Campus page.
  • If you are not affiliated with Auburn University or your vehicle has not been properly registered with Auburn University Parking Services for the current permit year, you must come to the Parking Services Office to complete an appeal form.

There are three (3) Appeal Boards to which your appeal may be assigned, and you will be notified via email as to which day and with which board your appeal will be heard. Appellants retain the right to appear before the Appeal Board to plead his or her case.

You may only file appeals for three (3) tickets during an academic year (defined as starting with the first day of Fall Semester through the day before the start of the next Fall Semester).

The Board may make one of the following three rulings:

  1. Approval
  2. Denial
  3. Adjustment

A decision of denial or adjustment does not remove the ticket from the determination of a vehicle’s need to be towed or wheel-locked. Ticket-holders may only appeal three (3) tickets during an academic year (the first day of Fall Semester through the day before the start of the next Fall Semester).

The Board’s decision will be emailed to the appellant, and the decision is final; however, the appellant retains the right to a second appeal. The second appeal must be submitted to the Parking Services Office in person within five (5) working days from the date that the appeal decision was emailed to the appellant.

Before you appeal a ticket, be aware that the following grounds for appeal are not acceptable:

  • Misunderstanding or lack of knowledge regarding any paking regulation
  • Disagreement with any parking or University regulation
  • Justification based on other cars also improperly parked
  • Hurried behavior because of tardiness to class or appointment
  • Duration of time vehicle was parked illegally

  1. Log into AU Access.
  2. Click on the My Campus tab.
  3. Click on the Parking icon.
  4. Click on the Outstanding Citations link.
  5. Select the Appeal Citation button.
  6. Enter any appeal comments you have.
  7. Click on the Appeal Citation button. This will take you into a screen that will let you know that your ticket appeal was submitted and will be reviewed at the next available meeting of the Appeals Board. You will receive an email letting you know your appeal date, time and location. You may appear in person, but are not required to do so.
  1. Log into AU Access.
  2. Click on the My Campus tab.
  3. Click on the Parking icon.
  4. Click on the Outstanding Citations link.
  5. Select the Appeal Citation button.
  6. Enter any appeal comments you have.
  7. Click on the Appeal Citation button. This will take you into a screen that will let you know that your ticket appeal was submitted and will be reviewed at the next available meeting of the Appeals Board. You will receive an email letting you know your appeal date, time and location. You may appear in person, but are not required to do so.
  1. Come to the Parking Services Office
  2. Fill out the Appeals Request Form
  3. You will receive an email letting you know your appeal date, time and location. You may appear in person, but are not required to do so.

Last Updated: January 29, 2018