Sanctions & Fines
Monetary fines are itemized on all violations notices and are subject to change without notice.
Parking fines include:
- Parking on campus without a properly displayed valid permit - $30
- Parking in non-designated, reserved area, or lot $30Parking or driving on the grass - $30
- Parking in a Fire lane - $100**
- Parking in a Handicapped area without appropriate permit - $100**
- Parking in a No Parking Zone - $50
- Booting vehicles (owner/operator is responsible for booting costs) - $75
- Towing vehicles (owner/operator is responsible for booting costs) - $50
** These violations cannot be appealed
- All parking fine payments are due within twenty (20) calendar days from the date of the violation. Payments are accepted at Student Business Services, first floor Ward Hall from 8:00am to 5:00pm, Monday-Friday, and 10:00am – 2:00pm on Weekender Saturdays.
- Unpaid parking fines are considered unpaid financial obligations to the College and will result in the withholding of student records, grades, transcripts, registration, or other official records.
- Employee fines not paid within twenty (20) calendar days or by the end of the semester, whichever occurs first, will result in suspension of parking privileges. Once suspended, the vehicle is subject to booting and/or towing at the owner’s expense.
- The College reserves the right to either boot or remove and impound any vehicle which is parked in a driveway, fire lane, loading dock, handicapped area, or parked in such a way as to constitute a hazard to vehicular and pedestrian traffic or to movement or operation of emergency equipment. The owner/operator will be responsible for the costs involved in booting, removing, impounding and storing the offending vehicle. All fees must be paid before the vehicle will be released. The College is not responsible for damage to a vehicle resulting from booting or towing.
- The College reserves the right to boot any vehicle that is habitually parked improperly or illegally on campus property.
- Un-registered vehicles are considered trespassing and will be booted and or towed from campus.
Date revised: 4/5/2013