The Catholic University of America


Citation Payment for Students, Faculty or Staff Members

To pay a citation issued to your registered vehicle, please click the button below.
Your payment will be made through My Parking.

Registered Vehicle

To pay a citation issued to your unregistered vehicle, please click the button below
to request your ticket number. Instructions on how to pay will be sent to you via email.

Unregistered Vehicle



Citation Payment for Visitors

To pay a citation issued to your registered vehicle, please click the button below.
Your payment will be made through Guest Parking.

Registered Vehicle

To pay a citation issued to your unregistered vehicle, please click the button below
to request your ticket number. Instructions on how to pay will be sent to you via email.

Unregistered Vehicle



If you are unable or do not wish to pay your citation online, you may also pay:

By Mail:

Transportation and Parking Services
The Catholic University of America
620 Michigan Avenue, NE
Washington, D.C. 20064

In Person:

Cash (exact change only);
Check (make check payable to The Catholic University of America);
Credit Card (Master Card, Visa, American Express and Discover)



Parking tickets issued to active students are charged directly to student accounts.



Unresolved Parking Violations

A citation that remains unpaid after the 10-day period or after a reduced or denied appeal is considered unresolved.
Transportation and Parking Services may take one or more of the following steps to achieve resolution:

  • Vehicles with three (3) or more outstanding citations that are more than 10 days old may be immobilized at the owner's expense. Vehicles will not be released until those outstanding fines and fees are satisfied.
  • Individuals with three (3) or more parking citations are required to pay a minimum of all but two (2) violations prior to the issuance of a new parking permit.
  • All citations must be paid prior to an employee's last day at the University.
  • Students may be responsible for citations issued to vehicles owned by family members.
  • If a vehicle owner is unknown, Transportation and Parking Services may look up the registered owner for the purposes of collecting on outstanding parking citations.