All employees, contractors, and students are permitted to have a vehicle on campus. The College expects everyone to abide by the College’s policy regarding vehicle registration and operation as well as state laws concerning vehicles, such as a valid driver’s license, registration and inspection. The College is not responsible for any individual’s vehicle parked on campus. Parking on campus is at the owner’s risk.
All employees, contractors, and students are required to obtain and display College parking decals.
All visitors must obtain and display a Visitor Pass.
Visitor Pass is obtained at the College main gate guard house.
All vehicles must be parked in the marked parking spaces.
There are no reserved spaces on campus.
Where parking areas are clearly outlined, occupants must observe the confines of each space.
Only one vehicle is permitted in each space except for motorcycles.
All vehicles must be parked in the lots designated for use based upon the vehicle registration decal.
Faculty Staff Housing parking lot is NOT to be used for anyone without a valid Faculty/Staff Housing vehicle decal.
No vehicles can be parked in fire lanes.
No vehicles can be parking in spaces designated for the physically disabled (unless appropriate state issued placard or licensed plate is displayed.)
Parking is prohibited at all times on the grass or on any other areas where parking would mar the landscape of the campus, create a safety hazard, or interfere with the use of College facilities.
Parking is prohibited on roadways, crosswalks, and loading zones.
Parking is prohibited in Dammann/Tenney Circle, Founder’s Circle, Spellman Circle, Burnett/Olmstead/Houston Circle and along the baseball and softball fields.
Overnight parking (12 a.m. to 7 a.m.) is prohibited in the Reid Castle circle and on Brownson Road.
The College reserves the right to restrict parking for special purposes of events.
The College reserves the right to search any vehicle in order to ensure the general welfare and safety of the College community. Such searches will only be conducted if a threat to the community is posed or if it is necessary to ensure the safety of the employee, contractor, student, or owner.
Colors are used on curbs and lot surfaces as described below:
Yellow curbs mean no parking anytime.
Blue curbs mean handicapped parking only.
White lines on lot surfaces mark the confines of parking spaces.
Parking Between Semesters
Students are not allowed to leave vehicles on campus during the summer months or between semesters, unless taking classes, without written permission from the Department of Campus Safety and Security. If written permission is not obtained, the vehicle may be towed.