Students, staff, and faculty are required to register their vehicles with the campus Public Safety Department and obtain a parking permit in order to use campus parking lots.
Visitors may park in the designated visitor parking area most convenient to the building they are visiting. Each campus may designate certain parking spaces/areas for staff and visitors. When classes are in session, all employees should use staff-designated parking areas until filled before parking in general areas.
There is a parking lot near each building on campus for your convenience. If a particular lot fills up, there is also an overflow lot for your use, located across Pennsylvania Avenue from the Goodling Building. There are reserved areas in each parking lot, as indicated by signs and road markings.
No Parking Areas
Parking is prohibited at loading docks, in or along roadways, fire lanes, walkways, and on grass and vegetation areas. Vehicles parked in these areas will be ticketed and/or towed at the owner’s expense. Should a vehicle become disabled in a no parking area, the Public Safety Department is to be notified immediately and the owner will be responsible for removing the vehicle. If the vehicle is in an area where it creates a hazard to drivers or pedestrians or interrupts campus operations, the vehicle must be removed immediately. If a disabled vehicle is found in a no parking area, and no notification has been received by the Public Safety Department, the vehicle will be ticketed and may be towed at the owner’s expense.
Enforcement of Traffic Control Devices
Drivers are to adhere to all Traffic Control Devices. Driving is not permitted on sidewalks, walkways and/or grass areas. Officers of the Public Safety Department are authorized to stop and issue traffic citations to any driver who does not adhere to any and all traffic control devices (including but not limited to stop signs and yield signs) and not yielding to pedestrians in cross-walks.