Online Parking Permit Registration Process:
The following is a step-by-step process that current Faculty/Staff and Students should follow in order to purchase a 2016-2017 permit.
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Step 1-Visit olemiss.edu/parking
Step 2- Click the MyParkingAccount link (large red button on the right side of the page).
Step 3- Log in with your university Web ID and password (select affiliated log-in; do not select guest log-in).
Step 4- Select Purchase Permits.
Step 5- Read the instructions on the page and click "Next".
Step 6-A list of permits that you are eligible to purchase will appear. Choose one, read and check the boxes below, and click “Next.”
Step 7- Either select an existing vehicle already in the system or add a vehicle to your records by selecting the "Add Vehicle" button. To update a license plate on an existing vehicle, you must add a new vehicle with the new license plate number. Select the correct vehicle from the list. Click next.
Step 8- Select an existing U.S. Postal Service mailing address, or add a new USPS address. Only USPS mailing addresses are valid. Campus departmental, fraternity, sorority and residence hall addresses may not be used. Your permit will arrive at your USPS mailing address within 14 days.
Step 9- For students, click Bursar Account. Faculty and staff have the option to pay with Visa, MasterCard or by 18 pre-tax payroll deductions over nine months.
Step 10- On the receipt page, you may click the link to print a temporary permit to place on your dash until the regular permit arrives in the mail. To print your temporary permit, Acrobat or Acrobat Reader (free) is required. You will also receive an email confirmation, which has a link that may also be clicked to print your temporary permit. Please note the temporary permit is only valid on the vehicle associated with the tag number listed.
If your permit does not arrive within 14-days, please call our office at 662-915-7235.
Download a printable letter with the above information - Parking Registration Steps