|Failure to register a motor vehicle||$50.00|
|Failure to properly display a parking permit||$50.00|
|Parking in a restricted area||$50.00|
|Parking in a faculty/staff space (if student)||$50.00|
|Parking in a student space (if faculty/staff)||$50.00|
|Parking in the Congo Lot (other than east row for fac/staff vehicles)||$50.00|
|Parking on the grass||$50.00|
|Failure to stop at a marked intersection stop/yield||$101.00|
|Parking in a handicap space||$101.00|
|Driving the wrong way on a one way road||$101.00|
|Parking in a fire lane||$101.00|
|Boot removal fee||$201.00|
|Suspended vehicle (ten tickets or more)||$201.00|
Tickets will be placed on vehicles that are illegally parked or in violation of a rule or regulation. For parking violations by faculty/staff or visitors, payment of fines should be made at the Cashier’s Office in Hopkins Hall. All fines for student violations will be billed directly to the student’s term bill for payment.
Ticket appeals may be made in writing within 30 days (no exceptions) of the date of the ticket and will be accepted only if the citation is attached (no exceptions). Forms are available at the Campus Safety & Security Department in the basement of Hopkins Hall. The Ticket Appeals Committee decides the merits of all individual ticket appeals. The Ticket Appeals Committee has three voting members representing the faculty, staff and students. The Committee’s decision is final.
All rules are strictly enforced. We do, however, give every owner/person in charge of a motor vehicle two warnings a year for non-major, non-moving violation offenses ($50 violations).
An immobilizing device (boot) may be placed on unregistered or unidentified vehicles found repeatedly parked illegally on campus. The person responsible for the vehicle must report to the Campus Safety & Security Department to have the apparatus is removed. There will be a $201.00 fee assessed to remove the boot which must be paid in full or placed on a term bill. Repeated offenses may result in towing and/or disciplinary action.
When the 10th ticket is issued, all parking and driving privileges on campus property are suspended. Violations of the suspension order will result in a $201.00 fine, plus towing fees. Five suspension level tickets will result in an extension of the suspension order to include the next academic year. It is the responsibility of the person who registers the vehicles to keep track of the number of violations.