12.1  Parking on Campus

If you wish to park a vehicle on campus, you must purchase a faculty/staff parking permit. There is an annual fee for the permit, which can be paid through payroll deduction. A limited number of reserved parking and parking deck permits are available at a higher fee.

Accessible parking permits are available at the normal cost to any student or employee who has a state accessible parking placard or license plate issued in his or her name. If you have a temporary illness or disability for which you require accessible parking, the university will issue you a temporary accessible parking permit if you have a state accessible parking placard or an appropriate licensed physician's statement recommending a temporary accessible permit. The temporary accessible permit will be issued for the same length of time as the state temporary placard, up to a maximum of 90 days. Generally, temporary permits will not be extended. If you request an extension to a ninety-day temporary permit, you will have to present additional information from an appropriate licensed physician. The director of the Transit and Parking Department will review your request for an extension with assistance, as necessary, from the director of the Center for Educational Access and other university officials.

Monday, September 28, 2009 1:47 PM