Commuter Life FAQ's

Where do I get a parking permit and how much will it cost?
All vehicles parked on campus require a parking permit and must be registered. Parking permits can be obtained online through KC Connect. Commuters are automatically billed to cover the parking permit cost.

Can I use the same parking permit on more than one car?
Permits may not be transferred from one vehicle to another. Temporary parking permits must be obtained by students and employees who are utilizing a rented or borrowed vehicle for a short period of time. Please obtain a temporary permit from either the Office of Public Safety, or Student Business Services before parking your vehicle.

What parking lots can I use?
Commuters are permitted to use the following parking lots:

Download Parking Map (PDF)

Can I appeal a ticket?
Violation Notices may be appealed to a special Traffic Appeals Committee. The Traffic Appeals Committee meets on the 15th and 30th of each month and will reply to all appeals within one week of the meeting. Forms and More Information

What technology services are available via the web?
Visit the Technology & Support web pages for information on the following:

How do I know if classes are canceled due to inclement weather?
A decision to compress the morning class schedule and notification to the local radio and television stations will be made by 6:00 a.m.  If morning classes have been delayed or cancelled, the decision to delay or cancel afternoon classes will be made by 10:00 a.m.  The decision to cancel evening classes will be made prior to 4:00 p.m. More About Inclement Weather

Where can I go to relax/study in between class?
Commuter students are encouraged to take full advantage of all the facilities Keystone College has to offer.

I am having academic difficulties. How can I receive help?
Academic support is offered free of charge for Keystone College students. Students may contact the Student Success Center to arrange help.

I am looking for psychological assistance. Who can I contact?
Counseling services at Keystone College offers individual and group counseling, a referral network, faculty and staff consultation, outreach/programming, drug and alcohol services, and academic support groups. All services are free of charge and are available for all students.