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Parking Services Accepting Applications for Game Day Workers

Parking and Transit Services has temporary positions open for parking attendants. Applicants must be available for seven (7) football game day Saturdays and one training session on Saturday, August 6th.

To be eligible for a position:

  • the applicant must be at least eighteen, have a high school diploma or GED equivalent
  • pass a background check
  • be able to stand for long periods of time in all weather conditions
  • be clean and neat in appearance

For more info, contact Kathy Stallings at 974-6031 or Applications are available at the Parking Services office at 2121 Stephenson Drive during regular business hours. UT employees need only complete a Personal Data Form and return the form to the office. An interview will be scheduled for selected applicants. Please apply by August 3, 2016.

parking lot attendants needed revised deadline

Pat Summitt Celebration of Life – Parking & Shuttle Information

A Celebration of Life service for Lady Vol Basketball Head Coach Emeritus Pat Summitt will take place at 7 p.m. ET on July 14 at the University of Tennessee’s Thompson-Boling Arena. The public is invited, and admission is free. (click here for more information about the event)

Doors to the arena will open at 5:30 p.m. ET, and the general public may enter through Gates B, C, D and E with the usual ADA entrances also available. Attendees are asked to be seated and silence their cell phones by 6:30 p.m. ET so the program can begin promptly at 7.

Parking is free for this event (click here for map). All guests planning to park in the G-10 garage are encouraged to enter the structure from Neyland Drive.

Recommended General Public Parking

  • AG Campus
  • C-8 @ Lake Loudoun and Volunteer Blvd
  • C-15 on Neyland Dr across from UT Rowing
  • G-1 (McClung Garage)
  • G-2 (McClung Garage)
  • G-3, G-4, G-5 @ Andy Holt Tower
  • C-6 @ Lake Loudoun Blvd
  • S-30 @ Phillip Fulmer Way
  • G-10
  • G-11 (Lake Avenue Garage)
  • G-12 (White Avenue Garage)
  • G-13 (11th Street Garage)
  • S-22 Todd Helton Dr & Volunteer Blvd
  • S-23 @ Music Bldg & Theater
  • S-9 on Phillip Fulmer Way
  • S 9-A @ Art & Architecture

Recommended ADA Public Parking

  • Top level of G-10
  • AG Campus (accessible shuttles will take attendees to the Arena)

No public parking in these areas

  • Phillip Fulmer Way
  • Chamique Holdsclaw Dr
  • S-21 Pratt Pavilion
  • S-23 at Steam Plant
  • S-28 on Chamique Holdsclaw Dr
  • S-5A at Arena



Shuttles begin @ 4:30 pm from the AG Campus


For groups traveling in buses, please follow UT Police directions to Phillip Fulmer Way or Todd Helton Drive.

 Navigating the Cone Zone

With much construction underway on campus, new and returning visitors will see the following changes:

  • With several roads and various areas of campus under construction, guests are strongly encouraged to arrive on campus early.
  • “Cone Zone” signs featuring a hard hat-wearing Smokey have been placed around campus, helping motorists and pedestrians locate parking and detour around construction. The latest information on campus construction can be found at
  • All lanes of Neyland Drive approaching campus are open, but much of Cumberland Ave. bordering campus is restricted to only one lane of traffic in each direction.
  • Volunteer Blvd. is closed in both directions between Todd Helton Dr. and Pat Head Summitt St. That part of Volunteer is adjacent to Fraternity Park and Tom Black Track.


Independence Day Holiday

The University is closed Monday, July 4th for the Independence Day holiday.  Due to the closure, the Summer Link Service will operate until 12:00 pm midnight Sunday, July 3rd.  The T will not provide service Monday and will resume Tuesday, July 5th at 7:00 a.m. Get more information about the T schedule here.

July 1 conference will impact staff and commuter parking

The 2016 Convention of Jehovah’s Witnesses will bring over 6,500 people to campus for their event to be held at Thompson-Boling Arena July 1-3, 2016.

Thursday, June 30th

At 6:00 am the group will begin load-in for the event. Streets will be congested around Phillip Fulmer and Lake Loudon.  Staff 5 on the east side of the arena MAY be closed for load-in.

Friday, July 1st

The convention begins at 9:00 am in the arena, with doors opening at 8:00 am. Expect SIGNIFICANT impact for those traveling around the arena as those 6,500 people will be on campus early to park.

Staff and students are strongly encouraged to utilize Joe Johnson Dr, Kingston Pike and Cumberland Ave to access that day and also to exit campus. The Neyland and Lake Loudon intersection will be extremely busy during rush hours in the morning and afternoon.

Parking Office to have attendants at key shared lots like S9, S30 AHT, etc., to assist with information and guidance as needed

If you are on campus over the weekend – the convention group will increase from 6,500 on Friday to 8,500 Saturday and Sunday.  Please adjust your travel plans accordingly

Lots to be impacted:

G10 – Completely reserved for the conference

S9 – Half the spaces will be reserved

G4 – Entire commuter area of Admin Garage

C6 – Entire west side of Andy Holt Tower (includes some S30 spaces also

G14 – Entire Pratt Lot

S23 – A portion of S23 across from Pratt

GF lots on Todd Helton – This area will be used for staging their parking attendants

Phillip Fulmer On-Street – Both sides coned for buses, vans, ADA, etc.


Where can staff park?

  • Staff 23 across from Pratt
  • Staff 30 in G3 Admin Garage, on east side of AHT & at Hearing & Speech
  • North ½ of S9 main lot & all of S9 behind Bailey/Claxton

Parking Office to have PEOs/Attendants at key shared lots like S9, S30 AHT, etc., to assist with information and guidance as needed

Where can commuters park?

  • C1
  • C8
  • C15 White Ave garage
  • 11th St garage
  • Lake Ave garage

Parking & Transit Online System Upgrade

The online system will be down from 5 pm Thursday June 16th and resume late on Monday June 20th. This upgrade will allow new functionality for our online services. The following will not be available online until late Monday:

  • Purchasing parking permits
  • Paying citations
  • Appealing citations
  • Staff allocation processing

The office will be open for business; you may come in to obtain a permit or pay/appeal a citation.

ORNL/PSCC shuttle begins summer service June 7

The morning departure from UT at 7:00 am, a stop at PSCC at 7:20 am, arrival at ORNL at 7:56 am and return to UT at 8:36 am.

The afternoon departure from UT is 4:00 pm, arrival at ORNL at 4:49 pm, a stop at PSCC at 5:22 pm and return to UT at 5:47 pm.

There is NO midday shuttle this summer.

ORNL-PSCC Route Info summer 2016 schedule

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