Helpful Hints To Avoid A Parking Ticket
1. All vehicles parked on campus between 7:00am and 4:30pm must be registered with the Department of Public Safety & Police Services and display a valid parking decal. Students may park in white-line spaces only.
2. Resident Students: Vehicles must be parked in assigned lots and are not permitted to be parked on North Campus Monday-Friday between 7:00AM- 4:30PM. Exceptions must be requested through and approved by Public Safety. All Resident vehicles (except for Honors residents) will be assigned to the C lot on South Campus. These lots are enforced 24 hours a day and the decal must be displayed on the vehicle as instructed.
3. FAIR Decals: vehicles with "FAIR" decals must be parked in the Fairgrounds 24/7/365. "OPEN PARKING" does NOT apply to "FAIR" decals. EXCEPTION: To load and unload a vehicle, "FAIR" decals are permitted to be in white line spaces on South Campus for periods of no longer than 20 minutes as long as the vehicle’s 4-way flashers are on.
4. Alternate/Loaner Vehicle: Whether you borrow another vehicle or use a loaner car for one day or two weeks, you must bring the vehicle registration and your license to Public Safety immediately upon bringing the car on campus. You will be issued a temporary parking placard with the same lot assignment as your permanent decal.
5. Vehicle Breakdown: Notify Public Safety IMMEDIATELY and obtain a "DISABLED VEHICLE" placard from the Communications Center to place on the vehicle.
6. Commuter Students with Less Than 30 Completed Credits: Commuter students in this classification will be assigned a "CF" decal and must park their vehicles in the A4, B3, D3 or Fairgrounds lots "ONLY," and the decal must be displayed on the vehicle.
7. Visitors: Inform your guest that all visitors’ vehicles must display a "Visitor" permit on the dashboard from Monday-Friday, 7:00AM- 4:30PM. Visitor permits are available from Public Safety. Visitors may park in green, white or yellow non-reserved spaces.
8. Multiple Vehicles: You may register more than one vehicle owned by you or a member of your family without incurring an additional registration fee. However, this must be done in person at Public Safety.