College Student 2013-11-03T17:02:52Z
certain parking areas are assigned for students living on campus, teachers, visitors, etc. parking passes for the school year is 75 which seems a lot when buying it but if you figure how much it is your actually paying for a month it is really a reasonable price
College Junior 2013-09-19T00:10:27Z
Parking permits get more expensive each year and it is difficult to find a spot after 9 a.m.
College Sophomore 2013-04-10T16:34:40Z
Parking for residential students is a lot easier at Husson than it is for commuter students. The parking lots outside of the resident halls usually have plenty of spots, but if you live off campus that is a whole different story. Spots fill up very quickly and searching for a spot can become very frustrating. One tip to new commuter students is to not park in a spot that is not designated for parking, you will get a ticket! Parking for everyone that lives on campus is fair, and you just consider yourself lucky when you get a spot really close to the door of a resident hall.
College Junior 2013-04-03T20:53:57Z
Parking can be a hassle.There are many potholes adn it can be difficult to avoid them. If you park without a sticker or in the wrong lot, you might get a fine. Some people park very poorly so if there is a spot, it may be a tight squeeze because they may have parked over the line. When it snows, parking can be terrible until it melts or gets plowed. Try not to go out during the morning or day, you will lose your spot and likely won't be able to find another until afternoon when people go out after classes.
College Junior 2013-02-19T16:17:17Z
The 50.00$ amount for a parking pass was reasonable, however, it has now been increased to 75.00$
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