Contact: Andrea Harvey, Admissions Assistant
Phone ext 2260 ·
Room SC 115
Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Parking permits do NOT expire.
Parking permits will be issued to students, faculty, and
staff in the Admissions Office, SC 115.
permits are issued when the student's schedule for the
current term is out of pre-registration (when tuition has
See Parking and Traffic Regulations
SPRING SEMESTER 2015
Parking permits can be obtained in the
Admissions Office, SC 115,
at these times:
Tuesday-Friday, January 13-16,
Tuesday-Friday, January 20-23,
Each Tuesday 8:00am-5:30pm
Admissions Office - SC 115
PARKING/VEHICLE REGISTRATION/TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
1. All students will park in the areas designated for student parking.
White or unpainted curb = Students
Red curb = Employees
Blue curb = Handicapped
Yellow curb = No Parking
Students are not permitted to sit in parked cars
or to play loud music between classes and during social events.
Students are not permitted to park in red, blue, yellow or other
restricted areas, or in the reserved parking spaces in front of
the Pendley Administration Building. Only cars with an official
decal are allowed in the parking spaces designated for the
disabled. Individuals with temporary disabilities should check
with the Security Office.
2. Any student who drives a car or motor-driven cycle on campus must
register it and obtain a parking permit from the Admissions Office. These
permits are issued to students free of charge. The permit should be placed
on the student’s vehicle as directed.
3. Parking and traffic violations will be ticketed. Students receiving
parking or traffic tickets will pay the Business Office cashier (WA 122) within 72 hours.
Fines will double after 72 hours.
4. Trucks larger than pickups are not allowed to park in front of the
administration buildings or to use angle parking anywhere on campus. Tail
gates must be up on all trucks parked on campus. It is illegal to back in
and park on angle parking.
5. One-way streets are marked. Driving in the wrong direction on these
streets is a moving violation.
6. Students driving unregistered vehicles will park off campus. Visitors
will park in the area designated for “Visitor Parking.” Visitors of students
will park in any unrestricted area and come to the Security Office to get a
7. Each semester a student is given a fine of $5.00 for the first violation
on all nonmoving violations, $10.00 for the second, and $15.00 for the
8. The speed limit on all campus streets is 15 miles per hour. Speeding,
reckless driving, running stop signs, and driving in the wrong direction are
moving violations. The fine for moving violations is $10.00.
9. Students will clear the campus within a reasonable time after classes
and all other activities are over. This does not include students using the
library; however, these students must remain in the library.
10. Traffic and parking regulations for the campus are conspicuously
posted and made available at least thirty (30) days prior to their
11. Individuals assessed parking and traffic fees can
appeal their fee assessments and have their appeals heard within thirty (30)
days by a standing traffic and parking committee appointed by the president.
This committee will consist of the Security Chief Officer, the Dean of
and the Dean of Student Services.