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Parking Permits

See below information pertaining to parking permits for new students, for returning students, and for faculty & staff.


New Students

Parking Permit sales are open as of August 15 to purchase your 2020-2021 Mustang Permit.

Purchase Permit

If you intend to bring a vehicle to campus, or think you may occasionally borrow one from home, you will need a Mustang Permit.

After the first few weeks of classes, the gates allowing entry to the residence hall parking lots will only open for those vehicles displaying this permit. If Campus Safety is present at the gates, you may still get to bring a vehicle to the dorms, but if Campus Safety is not present you will not be able to park by the dorms and need to park on lower campus to walk. To avoid this inconvenience, be sure you have your Mustang Permit.

Don’t worry about the first few weeks of classes, we will allow all students access to the dorms by vehicle but we will need to see a print out of your purchase on your driver’s side dashboard which you can display as soon as your purchase is made and you receive it by email (check your junk folder if you don’t get it).

You will need to create your account (need your student ID number for that), and then you return to the same page and purchase your permit.

The Mustang Permit will be mailed to you in 7-10 business days so choose wisely where you desire to have it mailed by USPS. If mailing to Master’s, either have your box number or ensure it is mailed to “Attn; My name/Stu ID #” to help the mailroom get it to the right mailbox.

The Traditional Programs have one cost for the Mustang Permit and that cost is applicable for either one semester or the entire school year. There are no prorated costs, so if you intend to bring a vehicle please plan ahead to make your purchase so that you receive it before the first day of classes. The system will email you a temporary you can print out to display on the driver’s dashboard throughout your WOW experience, but safety understands that many guests are coming and going and will not be issuing tickets for non-compliance until the first day of classes.

If you have any additional questions or issues with the system, please contact permits@masters.edu.


Returning Students

Parking Permit sales are open as of August 15 to purchase your 2020-2021 Mustang Permit.

Purchase Permit

If you intend to bring a vehicle to campus, or think you may occasionally borrow one from home, you will need a Mustang Permit.

We have installed new gates at the guard shack to better secure access to the residence hall area. Don’t worry about the first few weeks of classes, we will allow all students access to the dorms by vehicle but we will need to see a print out of your purchase on your driver’s side dashboard which you can display as soon as your purchase is made and you receive it by email (check your junk folder if you don’t get it).

After the first few weeks of classes, the gates allowing entry to the residence hall parking lots will open automatically for those vehicles displaying a valid Mustang permit. If Campus Safety is not present the gate will not open. To avoid this inconvenience, be sure you have your Mustang Permit.

It is important to note that all short-term permits have been removed for purchase on the website and the only way to access the residence halls is with the purchase of the Mustang permit. Resident students will now receive a hanging placard style permit which may be transferred between vehicles owned and registered by that student.

The Mustang Permit will be mailed to you in 7-10 business days so choose wisely where you desire to have it mailed by USPS. If mailing to Master’s, either have your box number or ensure it is mailed to “Attn; My name/Stu ID #” to help the mailroom get it to the right mailbox.

The Traditional Programs have one cost for the Mustang Permit and that cost is applicable for either one semester or the entire school year. There are no prorated costs, so if you intend to bring a vehicle please plan to make your purchase in time to receive it before the first day of classes.

The system will email you a temporary that you must print out to display on the driver’s dashboard immediately upon purchase, but safety understands that many guests are coming and going and will not be issuing tickets for non-compliance until the first day of classes.

If you have any additional questions or issues with the system, please contact permits@masters.edu.

Please take additional time to review the safety code, our parking rules, as we hold each student accountable after a brief grace period and time of adjustment at the beginning of each school year.


Faculty & Staff

Greetings fellow faculty and staff of TMU. I trust that the Lord has blessed your summer even amid this unprecedented series of world events.

As you may have noticed the campus has been busy over the summer making modifications and upgrades on just about everything around campus. I am amazed at how the Lord has blessed TMU to continue to pursue excellence and develop a campus that our students can come to and be trained up to be Godly men and women in this world.

With that said we here at Campus Safety have had some upgrades as well. Of particular note is the newly renovated entrance to the residence hall area. We have widened the driveway and added barrier gates to increase the security for our students here on campus.

While many of you may not access this area very often it is important to note that this access will now be restricted to only those vehicles that are displaying a valid “Mustang Permit”. This is the same permit that you have received in recent years accept that we have now added an embedded RFID transponder inside that will activate the entrance gates and grant access to the residence hall area.

As a reminder, all faculty and staff that bring a vehicle to campus are required to register for and display a current Mustang permit. The best part about it for you is that they are free. It only takes a few short minutes to register (even faster if you are already in the system).

Just visit permitssales.net/TMU to register your vehicle and receive your free permit.

Permit Sales

Permits are transferable to multiple vehicles that you register and assign during the purchase process and more can be added at any later time. You may also for convenience purchase a 2nd permit for a cost of $10 to avoid constantly swapping your permit between vehicles. All your vehicles may be registered to both permits so that they can be displayed interchangeably.

We encourage you to do this as soon as possible so that we are able to identify which cars belong on campus. It enables our team to provide better protection and security for our campus community. If you have any questions or complications with the process please feel free to email parkingpermits@masters.edu and we will be happy to assist you.

I look forward to serving alongside you again this year as we welcome back our students over the next couple of weeks.


On behalf of the entire campus safety team, we look forward to having you back on campus!

Psalm 127:1b, Unless the LORD watches over the city the watchman stays awake in vain.

SOLI DEO GLORIA

Bryan Kortcamp

Lieutenant, Campus Safety

661.362.2687, bkortcamp@masters.edu

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