All students (full or part-time) attending Central Texas College, including continuing education and distance education students who test on campus, who operate a motor vehicle on either the Central Texas College main campus and/or the Fort Hood Campus, regularly or occasionally, and all CTC faculty and staff members are required to obtain a parking permit for each vehicle they may drive and park on campus, including motorcycles. Parking permits are available anytime during normal business hours and can be obtained at the CTC Police Department, Building 137, directly behind Student Services, building 119. Motorcycles are also required to display a parking permit and park in accordance with current campus parking rules and regulations. Specific parking spaces for motorcycles are limited and available on the west side of the Anderson Campus Center, parking lot E, building 156; as well as in parking lot D in front of building 118.

Students and staff may park in any parking lot across CTC main campus, however some individual spaces are restricted. Parking spaces marked “Reserved”, “Official Use Only”, "Adjunct Faculty", or special reserved spaces for an individual or activity are restricted from use by students during normal business hours. From 6pm to 6am daily, and all day Saturday and Sunday, reserved parking spaces are available for use by anyone on a first come, first served basis. Parking spaces marked “Official Use Only” (OUO) are intended for CTC staff members only and require a CTC employee parking permit along with a special placard displayed on the dash board of the vehicle at all times while parked in an OUO space. OUO spaces have a time limit for use of not more than two hours, are intended for business purposes only, and are not intended for employee use when taking breaks.

All CTC students, faculty and staff members, including Adjunct Faculty, are required to obtain a parking permit for any vehicle they drive and park on campus. Including those having a reserved parking space. State vehicle registration documents, current CTC ID card, and a valid driver's license are required to register a vehicle to park on campus. Parking permits are issued at no charge; however failing to display a CTC parking permit, as required, can result in a $25 fine.

CTC Students, Faculty and Staff should:

1. Register all their vehicle(s) with the CTC Police Department (permits are free).

2. Properly display and/or affix the parking permit to the vehicle as designed (stuck on back windshield, lower left hand corner).

3. Become familiar with and abide by parking and traffic rules and regulations on campus.

4. Report any temporarily disabled vehicle to the campus police office @ 254-526-1427.

5. Obtain a temporary parking permit when using a temporary means of transportation such as a rental car or when driving a new vehicle with temporary buyer license plates.

Display of Parking Permit:

Parking permits shall be placed on the outside lower-left corner of the vehicle's rear window, clearly visible to the officer and not obstructed. Motorcycles shall display the parking permit either on the front fork, next to the license plate or windshield of the vehicle. Parking permits are not transferable from one vehicle to another.

Permits are available anytime during normal business hours at the CTC Police Department, Building 137, located behind the Student Services (registration) building #119.