Memphis Law students receive student services support through our student affairs
office and have access to additional services through the University of Memphis. For questions concerning non-academic student services, please call (901) 678-2421.
Parking passes are available for law students who have an occasional need for services
on the main campus such as the following:
- The Counseling Center;
- Disability Resources for Students;
- The Student Health Center;
- Tiger Copy & Graphics;
- The Bookstore;
- The Bursar’s Office;
- The Financial Aid Office;
- Testing Center;
- Student government meetings (for our law school representatives);
- Educational Help & Tutoring; and
These parking solutions are not available for students with other regular business
on the main campus (such as students regularly visiting the rec center, playing intramural
sports, or joint/dual-degree students). These students should make other parking
arrangements, as Options 1 and 2 are meant for students who have only an occasional
need to go to the main campus for student services.
Effective immediately, if you are utilizing the above services, you will have three
options for free parking on the main campus:
1. Single-Use Passes for the Zach Curlin Garage
The law school has purchased a limited number of single-use parking passes. Students
can stop by the Dean’s suite and request a single-use parking pass from Janette Smith.
Students will be required to indicate a broad category of utilization so we will be
able to track what services students are accessing with the parking passes. These
passes are good for a single visit to the Zach Curlin garage.
2. University Hang Tags
The Law School has also purchased five (5) University of Memphis parking hang tags.
These hang tags are meant for our students to share. They will provide access to
general parking lots on the main campus. These lots are designated in yellow on this
parking map. The hang tags can be checked out from Janette Smith in the Dean’s Suite according
to the process set forth below. As with the single-use passes, students will be required
to indicate a broad category of utilization so we will be able to track what services
students are accessing with the parking passes.
3. Confidential Counseling Center Single-Use Passes
Students using the Counseling Center should not use Option 1 or 2 listed above but
should instead use the single-use passes that are available upon request from the
University Counseling Center. Students wishing to utilize these Counseling Center
passes should park in Zach Curlin garage. You can request a single-use pass at the
end of your counseling appointment. The single-use pass will enable you to exit
the Curlin garage without charge. Students can request as many single-use passes
as needed for counseling services.
Hang tags check-out procedure:
1. Location of Passes
Passes can be checked out during law school business hours (8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.)
from Janette Smith in the Dean’s Suite. Students will be required to indicate a
broad category of utilization so we will be able to track what services students are
accessing with the parking passes.
2. Time of Check-Out
Each pass is available to be checked out for two business days. Passes must be checked
in and re-checked out after two business days. Students checking out a parking pass
on Thursday have until Monday to return the parking pass.
3. Late & Lost Pass Fees
The University will not replace any hang tags that are lost or missing. Therefore,
any tags that are lost or not returned will be unavailable for any students to use
for the remainder of the semester. As a result, students who lose a parking pass
or who are late returning a parking pass will lose parking privileges and will not
be allowed to check out another hang tag or to receive another single-use pass from
the Dean’s suite unless they first reimburse the law school for the cost of the lost
By checking out a parking pass or requesting a single-use pass, you are certifying
that you are only using the parking pass for the accepted uses set forth in this announcement.
Students who abuse the parking pass usage policy may have their parking pass check-out
Please contact Dean Aden if you have any questions about the parking passes.