College Sophomore 2013-11-11T20:11:26Z
Ummm, well there is now a parking ban so you can't park on the street between 1 and 6am. There's quite a lot of parking for students depending on class status. Permit cost was 140 dollars and I don't know about tickets since I haven't gotten one yet. There isn't a need for a car on campus because it's all pretty much easily crossed by foot. but if you want to go shopping a car would be beneficial since the marquette buses stop running at like five pm.
College Sophomore 2013-10-30T19:48:33Z
The parking permit is expensive, and you don't have many options to choose from to park in. You would think for as much as we pay for parking passes we could have more options. And the parking enforcement is top notch, so expect a ticket if you break the parking regulations even once. Annoying.
College Junior 2013-06-05T17:30:32Z
The availability of parking spaces is totally bad. Many students park out on the streets, near by so they don't have to pay for a parking permit, and although many students do this, even if you have a parking pass, students, who have parked on the street probably have a shorter walk unto campus. Many times in the student parking lots you see cars waiting to find a parking spot. Many suggest, skip buying to parking pass and just park on the street, the only thing is that you many need to arrive 10 minutes early to insure finding a parking spot on the streets nearby campus.
College Junior 2013-05-21T13:28:15Z
If you come in after 9pm during the school week, finding a parking spot can be difficult. Often you are stuck parking in the freshman lots. Public safety is really good about giving tickets if you do not have the specific parking pass for the lot you are parked in.
In the winter, lots are only cleared once a month which reduces the amount of spaces and the quality of the lot.
College Junior 2013-04-17T19:08:20Z
While there are plenty of parking lots, you have to have a pass and it depends on what your status is for where you can park. There are separate lots for freshmen, residents, staff, commuters, apartments, and townhouses. The resident and freshmen parking spots are by the dorms, there is one commuter lot by the dorms, and a couple of commuter lots by the academic buildings. Staff parking is scattered throughout campus. There are also a couple of university registered parking lots. I believe the only free lot is by the University Center, and that is on the edge of campus. While the rules can be a little strict, there is plenty of parking. A pass costs about $70 per semester for a resident, and a parking ticket usually costs about $25.
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