Please fully read and understand the information below so that you are clearly following the rules and regulations and the steps to apply.

All official stickers are numbered and registered. 

Do not purchase stickers from any other source or sell / falsified / amend / transfer stickers to other students.

Application for UTAR Vehicle Sticker-May 2020 Trimester

 (Department of Student Affairs (DSA), Kampar Campus & Sungai Long Campus 

Please be informed that students may apply for UTAR vehicle sticker May 2020 trimester if they wish to enter UTAR Kampar or Sungai Long campus. For your information, UTAR vehicle sticker (car / motorbike) for the May 2020 trimester is free of charge (FOC). 

Step 1: Student may download the vehicle sticker form below.Please download it based on vehicle type & campus.

  1. A copy of Student ID (both sides)
  2. A copy of driving license (both sides)
  3. A copy of student bill (for new intake student only)

Step 3: DSA will process the vehicle sticker application within 2 working days.

Step 4: Student may collect the vehicle sticker at the DSA office by making prior appointment. The students are required to follow safety and health SOPs as per MOHE requirements when entering the campus.

Updated 16 June 2020



Only vehicles with valid UTAR vehicle sticker or other relevant permit / pass are allowed to enter and/or park inside the Campus. 

UTAR vehicle stickers are to be used by the designated vehicles only and cannot be assigned to other vehicles ["Not Transferable"]

Selling of the stickers and/or buying the stickers from other sources such as Facebook or third parties are illegal and it is a serious offence. UTAR is now taking serious action against those found guilty of this offence.

Students who are involved in selling or buying the stickers or allowed the stickers to be used by other vehicles will be charged, among others, under Section 6(2) of Student Code of Conduct ["the Code"] which states that: - 

"A student shall not violate any provision of any written law, whether within or outside the campus."

Students who are involved in amending or falsifying the stickers will be charged under Section 25.5 of Student Code of Conduct which states that :- 

"Making, possessing, or using any falsified, torn or defaced University document or record; altering any University document or record, University vehicle sticker etc. is an offence."

Should the student be found guilty, the student may be subjected to suspension of study.

Updated 17 December 2019



The University takes serious view on the issue of fake vehicle stickers and fake medical chits.

With IMMEDIATE EFFECT, students who are found guilty:

(a) of involving in the selling of fake vehicle stickers / fake medical chits will be TERMINATED from their studies
(b) of involving in the buying of fake stickers / fake medical chits will be SUSPENDED from their studies (the period of suspension will be determined at the relevant Disciplinary Committee)

For more information, visit Frequently Asked Questions - Vehicle Stickers  

Updated 17 December 2019