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Written by Breanna McArthur
Parking causes a little bit of conflict for many students. There is a limited amount of parking spaces, especially if you stay in the traditional dorms. The newer dorms have a little more parking available, but students still have to fight for a spot. The worst thing about student parking is when there are big athletic events. If students leave campus on a game day and then return when the game is about to start, students will be charged a fee for parking, even though they live on campus and have already paid for campus parking. Students always complain about this, but because they can't do anything about it, they grit their teeth and make the best of the situation.
The parking fee is included in tuition. Even if you don't have a car, you still are required to pay the fee for parking. A parking permit is probably no more than $100 per semester, which is a lot cheaper than many other universities.
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