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Written by Madyson Spano
Fordham has a high number of commuters, many of whom choose to drive to school every day. For them, the parking fees are inevitable, but they don't need to pay the hefty price some residents pay for 24-hour parking privileges. Anyone can get a parking pass: commuters, residents, freshmen, upperclassmen. Basically, any student willing to pay the fees will be allowed to keep their car in the garage. The garage is extremely spacious, and there are always plenty of spaces for students, faculty, and visitors.
If you don't have a parking pass because you don't normally park your car on campus or because you're a visitor, be prepared to pay the random fee amount of $11. The fee was raised from $10 to $11 in the fall of 2011, and annoyed students can't seem to find any good reason for the dollar increase; it doesn't seem necessary when Fordham makes so much money from regular parking fees and tuition itself.
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