College Sophomore 2013-11-27T19:12:56Z
My school uses a parking permit system that allows you to park in certain areas based on your year. Spots fill up quickly in the closer parking regions so you may end up with whatever is left over. The price is reasonable for the parking permit but I think the price should be different for those you have to park farther away from campus. But even with that you can usually take the free bus service, Appalcart, to get to most of your parking destinations which is great.
College Freshman 2013-11-16T06:54:01Z
The cost is very high and the parking lot is very far away from the campus.
College Sophomore 2013-11-03T19:24:00Z
I personally do not have a vehicle, so I have never had to park anywhere. Judging from what I have seen across campus, the lots are generally well-placed and provide adequate access to major university buildings. Tickets and tows are very prevalent, so be cautious.
College Senior 2013-10-28T23:28:47Z
You can usually find a one hour spot on king street if you don't want to pay for a parking permit. Or just use the appalcart. It runs everywhere.
College Junior 2013-10-27T16:59:38Z
There is not enough parking. Period! You have to get to campus at least 20 minutes before class/ whatever event you are going to in order to find a parking spot. Then, your parking spot will most likely be nowhere near your destination, so save a good 5-10 minutes for just walking. Another parking inconvenience at this school is that everyone has to move their cars to random places on/off campus for game days. I find this to be inappropriate considering that everyone has to buy a pretty pricey year long pass that should allow them to park wherever they want, anytime they want. I love this school, but parking is something that DEFINITELY has to be reevaluated.
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