All faculty, staff and students wishing to park a motorized vehicle on college property are required to register that vehicle with the Campus Safety Parking office and obtain a parking permit.
Permits will be lot-specific and issued on a first come, first served basis.
If a parking space is not available in your assigned lot, you are directed to park your vehicle in any available "Paid Visitor Parking" space and to call the Parking Office at x6888 stating that your assigned lot is full. If it is after the parking office has closed, please email the parking office at email@example.com explaining your assigned lot, where you parked, as well as your permit number and vehicle. In the event that all "Paid Visitor Parking" spaces are occupied, you may park your vehicle in the C1 parking lot (behind Palmer Hall and Tutt Library). Please do not park your vehicle in any other location besides those listed above if your assigned lot is full. Doing so displaces another paying customer or neighbor. Parking is limited, and will not be over-sold.
Permits are issued to the individual rather than the vehicle, and are limited to one permit per person. Permits will be issued in the form of hang tags, which can be switched between vehicles registered to the same owner, or set of owners in the case of a car pool, for the convenience of our community members.
Hang tags must be displayed on the rear view mirror or in a visible location on the dashboard, ensuring the wording on the permit is visible from outside the vehicle.
Permits can only be exchanged between owners with the permission of the Parking Office.
Employees living on campus that have two vehicles must obtain a permit for both vehicles. The second permit will be issued at half the cost of the first permit.
Motorcycles will be issued a sticker instead of a hangtag, and the sticker must be displayed on the rear fender or the front shock.
Pro-rated refunds will be issued to those that purchase permits upon request.