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I currently live in Parker and I keep my car off-campus during the week, but on the weekends you can park on Stadium Drive without a parking permit. If there’s a football game that road is closed off, but typically it’s not an issue and there’s plenty of parking. There’s also the lot right next to the baseball stadium (not sure what it’s called) that doesn’t require a permit on the weekends. So if you lived in Carmichael, Teague, Parker, or Avery you’d have a lot of access to on-campus parking during weekends at least.
I live on mid-campus and I park off-campus during the week, but Stadium Drive doesn’t require a permit during the weekends. The only time Stadium Drive is really restricted is when there’s a football game, but usually there’s plenty of parking. There’s also the lot right next to the baseball stadium (not sure what it’s called) that doesn’t require a permit on the weekends. The Rams parking deck is also right across the street from Parker and Avery. So if you live in any of the mid-campus dorms you’d have a lot of access to parking on the weekends at least.
Morrison/Craige is really convenient because the Craige Deck is right there. Parker Community is also convenient because you can park on weekends for free on Stadium.
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