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Parking Enforcement

Anyone operating a vehicle on campus is responsible for being familiar with and complying with all Parking Regulations. Lack of knowledge is not considered a valid excuse to violate parking rules and regulations.

The University reserves the right to ticket, immobilize or tow vehicles that are parked on campus in violation of any rule as established in the current Parking Rules and Regulations. All campus parking and traffic regulations are enforced in all parking lots.

Parking permits allow parking in designated parking lots. The responsibility for finding a legal parking space rests with the vehicle operator. Lack of a parking space is not considered a valid excuse for violation of these regulations.

All parking citations will be assessed to the owner of the parking permit with the understanding that any citation follows the permit, not the vehicle or individual. Permit holders are responsible for maintaining accurate and up-to-date vehicle information, as well as monitoring and securing permit information.

In the event of a vehicle sale, it is the permit holder’s responsibility to ensure that the vehicle is removed from their permit. If a sold vehicle is issued a citation on campus and is still on the sellers permit, the seller will be responsible for the citations unless a bill of sale can be produced.