Drivers are responsible for finding an authorized parking space. The lack of space, stalled vehicles due to mechanical problems, traffic in the garage, personal excuses such as, late for appointments, dropping off a paper or package, did not see a posted sign, or other factors do not justify parking violations.
Payment of Fines: If a fine is imposed due to parking violations, including abuse of parking privileges, payment of fine must be made in full and in a timely manner. Any payment past due may result in additional fines, the loss of parking privileges, or a Hold may be placed on a student’s records. The use of access card or campus ID may also be temporarily suspended until outstanding parking fines or penalties are fully paid.
All fines may be paid with cash, credit card, money order, or certified check.
Events information, including special hours of operations, other than regular business hours, will be posted on Level One, near the pay stations.
Any vehicle, motorcycle, or bicycle that is abandoned or is parked improperly resulting in safety hazard or causing traffic, will not be tolerated. There are regulations that could subject a driver to higher fines, including booting or towing of vehicle at owner’s expense, revoking parking privileges, or citations where applicable.
The College does not assume responsibility for any vehicle or contents left inside the vehicle that is parked in the school’s garage. Further, the College does not assume responsibility for any damages to vehicles that are parked, abandoned, immobilized by booting, or towed.
In the event of an emergency, dial 9-1-1 immediately.
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