Parking is defined as stationing a vehicle, with or without a driver in attendance and irrespective of time of day or length of time the vehicle is stationed.
All students driving vehicles on campus are required to register their vehicles. Parking hang tags are obtained from the Public Safety Office in the Rouse Company Foundation Building. The responsibility of finding a legal parking space rests with the motor vehicle operator. It is impossible to mark with signs or paint curbs in all areas of the college where parking is prohibited; parking is therefore restricted to designated parking areas only. Lack of space is not considered a valid excuse for violation of these regulations. The fact that one disregards any regulations and does not receive a citation does not mean that the applicable regulation is no longer in effect.
- Parking regulations are in effect 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
- Parking is limited to designated parking areas only; as it is impossible to mark all areas of the college where parking is prohibited. Lack of space is not considered a valid excuse for violation of these regulations.
- Vehicles may park only in the areas to which they are assigned and must display the appropriate hang-tag permit, stickers, or dashboard temporary pass indicating authorization. Spaces designated by signs and blue, green or yellow lines may be used by persons with the proper hangtags, license plates, stickers or permits. Blue lines designate disabled spaces, green lines designate low emitting and fuel efficient vehicles and carpool parking, and yellow lines designate staff spaces.
- Vehicles must park in such a manner as to use only one parking space.
- Vehicle operators must notify the public safety office if they need to leave their vehicle or bicycle in the college’s parking lot overnight. However, the college is not responsible for theft of or damage to the vehicle or to the contents of the vehicle.
The fact that an operator parks a vehicle in violation of any regulation without receiving a citation, does not mean that the applicable regulation is no longer in effect.
In order to obtain a parking permit you will need:
- Proof of enrollment at the college
- A valid photo ID
- Vehicle information, including tag number and vehicle description
Motorcycles are permitted to park within a single space or in the designated “Motorcycle Only” parking area on the second, third and fourth floors of the parking garage at the Burrill Galleria entrance. In addition, motorcycles are permitted to park within a single space or in the designated “Motorcycle Parking Only” area on level 1 and level 2 of the West parking garage near the Hickory Ridge building. All levels of the West Garage have red marked areas that are for motorcycle parking.