Bicycles brought to campus by students, faculty or staff must be registered.
Visit Parking Services to get a FREE registration sticker to attach to your bike. Registration of your bike helps campus security help you in the event that your bike is stolen. Unregistered bikes are considered abandoned and may be impounded by campus security.
All students, faculty and staff must register their bicycle with the university and obtain a registration sticker. The registration sticker must be attached and displayed on the main frame below the seat post.
Bicycle registrations are valid indefinitely. If you have previously registered, still own a bicycle displaying a TU bike permit, registration continues to be honored. Registrations are not transferable.
Any bike parked on TU campus not displaying a sticker and properly registered may be impounded by Campus Security. Bikes without stickers that are impounded are considered abandoned, and not claimed within 10 calendar days, will be turned over to Tulsa Police Department as abandoned.
Yellow Bike Program
TU’s trademark yellow bicycles are loaned to students, faculty and staff free of charge for a semester and may be ridden on or off campus. To check out a bike, riders must complete an application with the Hurricane Bike Shop. All Yellow Bike Program participants receive a free helmet and lock.
Visit TU Rider Network (TURN) for more information about bikes on campus.