The Master's University

Parking Permit Portal 


2020-2021 Parking Permit sales are not yet available. Check back 08/01/20. 

All students and employees who intend to bring a vehicle to campus must display a valid parking permit. 

Please take the time to familiarize yourself with the Campus Safety Code (located on the security web page). The Code contains our written regulations for parking and safety and security enforces those rules with fines. 

To obtain a parking permit you must first create an account. 


Be Prepared to Provide:  

TMU Student / Employee ID Number (eg. "P0000123456")

Vehicle Make, Model, Year and Color

Vehicle License Plate Number & State  

Insurance Company & Policy #

Home Address 

After creating your account, return to this "home" page and choose one of the applicable links shown below for your parking permit

If you require assistance:

Annual Permit  

Once purchased you will not need to obtain another permit the entire school year (unless you change housing - and then for a reduced fee). 

Please remember that you musts add all vehicles you intend to bring to campus on your account and are permitted to transfer your permit between your vehicles (not transferable to other students). 

Annual Permits are mailed via USPS to the address you specify and you will receive an email with a temporary permit to print out and display on your driver's side dashboard while you await your annual permit. 

Please note: There is no reduction, discount, or prorated fee for one semester students. 

If your credit card declines, please start over with a new debit/credit card.

Resident Students: You may not "park" on lower campus Mon-Fri 8AM - 5PM.  

Add Additional Vehicle 

Use this link when you intend to bring a different vehicle to campus and want to exchange/transfer your annual permit (free).      

Note: You may only have one permitted vehicle on the campus at one time, unless your spouse or sibling bring separate vehicles and you wish to register both under one account (second permit is reduced fee). No other household members may register permits under one account in this way.

 Purchase Additional Annual Permit

If you change housing status you will need to purchase a replacement annual permit, but all second purchases in a single school year are discounted. Do not use the same permit when you officially change housing status as security enforces different parking rules for residents vs off campus students.  

Short Term Permit


Short term permits are for students who intend to bring a vehicle to campus but do not wish to purchase the annual permit.  If you have purchased an annual permit, there is no need to purchases short term permits. Just register the additional car you intend to bring to campus on your account so you can exchange the permit in the windshield. 

Short Term Permit sales allow 3 Day / 7 Day / 14 Day purchases. 

Note: After purchase you should receive an email (check your junk folder) that contains your parking permit. Please print it out, display it visibly on your driver's side dashboard, and park on campus. 

Guests are not required to purchase permits to park at Master's but are not allowed to park in employee/designated spaces during regular business hours (Mon-Fri 8 AM- 5 PM)  

PayTicket / Appeal Ticket

If you receive a ticket from campus safety on your windshield or in your mailbox, please check your email for the follow-up notification. It will contain instructions for payment and/or ticket appeal. You will need the "new" citation number in that email to return to the link above to pay and/or appeal.  

If you do not receive the follow-up email, you likely do not have the vehicle properly registered in our system.  You will need to purchase your permit and then can email campus safety to ask for instructions on appeal.  No additional notifications will be forwarded should you ignore the ticket.

Note: All tickets accumulated throughout the year will be associated with the appropriate student account, once security identifies the operator. All fines begin to double upon receiving a third citation for the same violation in one school year.  Please do not ignore tickets! All are billed if not properly paid and/or appealed within the 21 day window of issuance.  

If you require further assistance please email:

The Master's University - 21726 Placerita Canyon Road Santa Clarita, CA 91321 1-800-568-6248

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