College Freshman 2013-11-04T15:35:55Z
The cost was $125 for the year so I found that to be reasonable. The parking lot is right outside my dorm. Usually I can find a spot but sometimes people from other parking lots park in ours without TAGS. Security never checks our parking lot because if they did they would find a ton of people who don't have parking tags.
College Sophomore 2013-06-08T19:46:32Z
I don't drive, but whenever I speak with friends who drive they never complain or whine about the parking on campus and can usually find a nice parking spot if they want.
College Senior 2012-08-03T17:59:06Z
Problem for Students on Back Campus. You have to reserve your spot early or you have to walk quite a distance from your assigned parking lot to back campus. And it especially stinks, if you have to walk back at night. You do need a car at this school or a friend with one. The cost isn't bad, but you better park where you are supposed to or you're going to receive a nice ticket.
College Senior 2012-03-19T23:04:35Z
Students are allowed to bring there cars as freshman, but you don't have to have one to function. It's always good if you want to get home, have a job, or plan on going to the city a lot, but otherwise it'll just be sitting around. Permits for parking cost from $100 to $150 depending on what part of campus you want to park at. If you aren't parked in the correct spot you WILL be ticketed $30 or even booted, which will cost you $60. Parking on campus can be a real hassle for upperclassman who live on the back side of campus. Your permits cost more, plus the layout for the parking lots are narrow. A lot of the time you have to deal with people who can barely park a car correctly!
College Junior 2012-02-15T17:20:05Z
You get fined for not having a parking pass. So its not to bad because they over look things alot
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