Any student owning or operating a motor vehicle on College property is required to read and abide by the College's Motor Vehicle Rules. A copy of the Motor Vehicle Rules can be obtained at the Benjamin West House.
Student permit recipients may park their vehicles in any legal Faculty/Staff or Visitor (see exceptions below) between the hours of 5 p.m. and 7 a.m. Monday through Friday, and all day on Saturday and Sunday. Parking in a student lot other than your assigned lot is prohibited at all times.
Exceptions: Dining Service "A" Lot, Church parking lot on Harvard Avenue, McCabe
During normal business hours Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.:
- Students with a "C" permit MUST park in the "C" lot next to the Facilities Mgt. Building;
- Students with an "F" permit MUST park in on of the two small lots on either side of the railroad bridge or along Fieldhouse Lane;
- Students with an "M" permit MUST park in the Mary Lyons lot;
- Students with a "P" permit MUST park in the Palmer/Pitt/Roberts lot;
- Students with a "T" permit MUST park in the Cunningham lot.
Any ticket may be appealed by completing an appeal form. This form must be received by Public Safety within five days of the violation date in order to be considered. A second appeal or "review" by a student committee may follow an unsuccessfully appealed violation. The decision of that committee is final.
Students receiving two (2) violations will be notified by college mail that any additional violations will be cause to revoke the permit. Students receiving three (3) violations in any given academic year will have parking privileges revoked. Permit revocation decisions are based solely on the accumulation of three violations that have been unappealed or unsuccessfully appealed. All decisions are final.
Permits are not transferable. Any unauthorized transfer of a parking permit will result in immediate revocation of the permit. Failure to remove a vehicle from college property within twenty-four (24) hours of receipt of a revocation letter, a permit denial letter, or written or verbal warning to remove a vehicle, is cause to have the vehicle "booted" and/or towed and stored at the owner's expense.
Vehicles displaying illegal permits will be booted. The boot will be removed when the owner relinquishes the permit and pays a $50.00 fine. Parking privileges will be forfeited for the remiander of the school year.
Please note that parking regulations are enforced 365 days a year, including ticketing, booting, and towing. In the event of towing, there is a daily storage fee for each day the vehicle is left at the tow lot.