Student Parking Permit Application


Student Parking Permit Application

Academic Year Fall 2019–Summer 2020

Parking permits for the Fall 2019 – Summer 2020 year will be available for pickup between 7/15/2019 – 6/30/2020. Please complete and submit this form to register for a Thomas Nelson Community College (TNCC) parking permit for the Fall 2019-Summer 2020 academic year. Students with a valid Thomas Nelson Student Photo ID are eligible to receive one (1) vehicle permit, which will allow the student to park in any "Student" parking lot on any Thomas Nelson campus. The vehicle permit can be linked to as many as four (4) vehicles which must be declared in the "Vehicle Information" section of this application.

Once this application has been submitted, it will be available for pickup at the "Primary Campus" that has been selected in the "Student Information" section of this application in two (2) business days, excluding weekends and holidays. Your valid Thomas Nelson Student Photo ID is required when picking up your permit. Permits will only be released to the student or an authorized person with a completed Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Release form.


Student Information


Vehicle Information

A field with an asterisk (*) indicates a required field.

By clicking "SUBMIT", you agree to the following:

(1) I understand that I am liable for any parking violations issued to me by the Thomas Nelson Department of Police and Security Services. (2) I agree to either pay all assessed fines and/or applicable late fees or submit an “Appeal Application” within 10 business days after the alleged violation. (3) I further agree to pay any citations that the Appeals Committee denies within 10 business days of the committee’s decision. (4) I understand that I am responsible for all fees incurred in the efforts to collect any unpaid parking violations. (5) I acknowledge that I am aware the Thomas Nelson Parking Regulations available online at (6) I understand that it is my obligation to become familiar with this Policy and that Thomas Nelson has the right to enforce such Rules and Regulations. (7) Furthermore, I am aware that if my fines and/or late fees remain unpaid, a service indicator will be applied to my student account that may prevent me from registering for classes at Thomas Nelson Community College.