College Senior 2013-10-04T00:09:48Z
You can only park on campus legally if you are a Junior or Senior and then the permits are $200 per year.
College Senior 2013-08-04T06:29:42Z
Parking on campus costs $200 for now. The commuter parking lot is horribly too small. Doesn't have enough spaces for commuters to park and you end up having to park on the other side of campus.
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-15T20:33:00Z
That is a headline from Drew's student newspaper. Parking can certainly be an issue, do to limited spots and a lack of lighting in/surrounding lots. Aside from that, campus officers are often not helpful; as an upperclassman with a parking pass I have been ticketed twice on campus and asked to leave my parking spot. I would say that having a car on campus is not worth the hassle unless you really need it, but if you do, bring a car cover because Drew is on an arboretum and tree sap is difficult to remove while leaving your paint-job intact.
College Senior 2012-06-13T20:26:39Z
Too Many Complaints – I personally do not drive on campus, but I hear too many complaints about parking tickets and spaces from several friends who have cars on campus. Commuters for one, have sometimes said that they have had difficulty finding a parking spot in the commuters' parking lot. Others have obeyed all parking signs and warning to yet still have a ticket brandishing their window or even better, an orange sticker that is almost impossible to remove. Campus is small and really cramped, but this is a priority because if this remains unreformed accidents and unnecessary complications could occur.
College Junior 2012-04-17T01:44:40Z
Limited Long-Term – Parking is pretty limited, even for commuters, and Public Safety loves handing out tickets. Also, students cannot have a car on campus until junior year. It's alright for a quick stay, but I wouldn't want to have to deal with it every day.
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