Parking regulations for students TU/e, Fontys and Summa

Parking subscription

All students can apply for a parking season ticket. The rules applying to students in the various categories are shown below.

A subscription is valid from 1 September to 31 August. You must make a new application each year. You can download an application form from the TU/e website. When picking up your parking season ticket, you can pay by using a PIN machine at the reception of building 'Laplace'

Day students

  • Parking costs are € 100.- per season ticket year.
  • Your parking pass is valid 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
  • Payment is always for a full year, regardless of the date on which your season ticket starts.
  • You can cancel your season ticket during the year by handing in your pass personally to the Security Parkingdepartment. You can do this until 1 May. You will then receive a standard refund of € 20.-.

Evening/part-time/dual students

  • Your parking pass is valid 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
  • Parking costs are € 50.- per season ticket year.
  • Payment is always for a full year, regardless of the date on which your season ticket starts.
  • You can cancel your season ticket during the year by handing in your pass personally to the Security Parkingdepartment. You can do this until 1 May. You will then receive a standard refund of € 10.-.

Rules for exceptional free parking for day students

If you meet one of the criteria for free parking as shown below, you should follow the application procedure as described. You will then receive a TU/e parking pass. The parking pass can be used from 1 September up to and including 31 Augustus. You have to apply for a new pass every year. The Security Parkingdepartment will inform you in July to inform you about the rules for prolongation. You can download a new application form on the TU/e website. For all criteria, you must be able to show that you own a vehicle. Your TU/e parking pass is valid while you are studying at the TU/e. At the end of your study period, or in case you quit your study earlier as planned, you should hand your pass in personally to the Security Parkingdepartment. The criteria for exceptional entitlement to free parking are as follows:

  • You have a medical limitation. You should send a medical declaration from your doctor together with your application.
  • You are not (or are no longer) entitled to a yearly public transport pass. You should send a copy of your registration with the Dienst Uitvoering Onderwijs (DUO), showing that you are not entitled to a yearly public transport pass, together with your application.
  • Your traveling time by public transport for a single journey would take 60 minutes longer than when traveling by car. You should show that this is the case by sending print-outs of the route planners for the different forms of transport, and the corresponding traveling times, together with your application. These prints should be based on details from websites "ANWB routeplanner" and/or "9292-ovplanner".
  • You are unable to reach the TU/e campus by 08.45 hours using public transport, or to do so would involve a traveling time of 2 hours or more for a single journey by public transport. You should show that this is the case by sending print-outs of the route planners for the different forms of transport, and the corresponding traveling times, together with your application. These print-outs should be based on details from websites "ANWB routeplanner" and/or "9292-ovplanner".
  • You cannot get home on time in the evening, or to do so would involve a traveling time of 2 hours or more for a single journey by public transport. You should show that this is the case by sending print-outs of the route planners for the different forms of transport, and the corresponding traveling times, together with your application. These print-outs should be based on details from websites "ANWB routeplanner" and/or "9292-ovplanner".

Rules for exceptional free parking for evening/dual/part-time students

The criteria mentioned above are not applicable for evening/dual/part-time students. There is one exceptional entitlement to free parking:

  • You have a medical limitation. You should send a medical declaration from your doctor together with your application.

Application procedure

  • TU/e students can find the application procedure on our intranet site.
  • Students of Fontys Hogeschool who take lessons in a building on the TU/e campus, can request for an information package by sending an email to parkeerbeheer@fontys.nl, mentioning their full name and mailing address.
  • Students of Summa can contact their career counselor.

Contact information

Eindhoven University of Technology
Safety & Security desk

Laplace 0.40
P.O. Box 513
5600 MB Eindhoven
E-mail: parking@tue.nl
Site: www.tue.nl/parkeren
Phone number 040 – 247 30 54