Parking Rules & Regulations
Registration of Vehicles
- All motor vehicles (automobiles, trucks, motorcycles), owned or operated by students, faculty, or staff must be registered with University Police.
- All students, faculty and staff who have purchased a University decal must affix the decal to both the front and rear bumpers of their vehicle. (A metal plate may be attached to the front and rear license plates of the vehicle to display decals.) No temporary permits will be issued.
- Individuals may register only those vehicles of which they are the owner. Individuals may also register an immediate family member's vehicle of which they are primary operator. Person registering vehicles must be prepared to show positive proof of ownership and insurance listing a current expiration date and vehicle at the time of registration. Also needed are driver's license and current class schedule. ID cards are not accepted.
- When two or more persons in a family are employed at the University, each person will register their vehicle separately, paying full amount of the registration fee.
- When employees of the University wish to register an additional vehicle for his/her sole use, they may do so at no extra cost.
- Employees' dependents who are students must register their vehicles as students.
- Lost, stolen, damaged or transfer decals will be replaced for $2.00.
- The person to whom a vehicle is registered is responsible for payment of all violation notices issued to that particular vehicle.
- All vehicles registered and operated on campus must be properly licensed and inspected for mechanical condition in accordance with the laws of the State in which the vehicle is registered for operation.
- Failure to register a vehicle constitutes a violation of these regulations and will result in the vehicle being towed from campus at the owner's expense.
- Cost of fines will not be applied toward the payment of registration fees.
- Persons found to have been involved with falsification of a vehicle registration will be fined $100.00 and will be subject to additional disciplinary actions.
- Enforcement of current decals will begin on the first day of classes for each semester, including summer sessions.