Resident Parking Permit Information 2014-2015
Resident students with a sophomore, junior or senior status, may bring vehicles to campus and park on campus property after obtaining a parking permit. Applications for a parking permit are available at the Public Safety website starting on Aug. 25, 2014. Completed applications should then be turned into the Public Safety Center, 208 Wright St.
Permits are issued by using a lottery system at the start of the school year. The permit will be for a specific residence hall lot or overflow lots. After you are awarded a permit, you must pay the fee by the deadline or lose your permit. Awarded permits that are not picked up will be re-issued to other students. During the school year, come to the Public Safety Center to find out what parking is available.
If your license number or vehicle changes, you must notify the Public Safety Center. The university, by issuing a parking permit to an individual, confers a license to such individual to park in the lot appropriately designated for that permit. The university, however, does not guarantee a legal parking space to the holder of a parking permit. The responsibility for finding a legal parking space rests with the motor vehicle operator. Lack of space is not considered a valid excuse for the violation of these regulations.
Spaces are available on a first-come, first-serve basis to permit holders in each lot. If there are no available spaces in your assigned lot, regardless of cause, you must notify the Public Safety Center and you will be instructed where to park your vehicle. Resident students with permits may park overnight in lots 9, 10, 11 or 12 without being ticketed if their appropriate lot is full. Escorts on campus are available 24/7 by contacting the Public Safety Center at 262-524-RIDE (7433).
If your permit is missing, please report it immediately to the Public Safety Center. You might be held responsible for all tickets you receive while the permit is not displayed.
Parking permits are valid for the academic year indicated on the permit. Permits are non-transferable and are only good for the original permit holder. If you leave during the year or no longer need a permit, please return it to the Public Safety Center and file a refund form. The permit fee will be prorated and returned to you in the form of a check from the Business Office.
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