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Yes. Parking is free and pretty easy to come by on campus. The parking is pretty secure as well.
Yes, totally. Just know that you will be asked for rides a lot because the majority of frosh don't have cars. As Greg said, parking is free and convenient.
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Written by William Suh
Parking is pretty simply described at Oxy. It's there, it's nice enough, and it's easy. There's always parking available somewhere on campus, even though it might not be the most desirable space. There are never major complaints about parking, and it never really becomes a problem because the campus is so small that very little driving on campus ever happens. Save for the occasional drive to dinner when it's raining, people walk almost everywhere on campus. If you have a car, you have nothing to worry about. The only concern was that few buildings had much parking directly next to them, but this was no real concern as there was always a parking space available at the next building or lot. Availability was a small issue as well, and while some students complained about it, it was mostly because of the proximity of spaces to their residence halls, and they all treated it as a minor issue that really didn't bother them much at all.
Safety of cars that are parked on campus is also a very minor concern for students. Problems with break-ins do of course happen occasionally, but no student felt that their car was ever not safe when parked on campus. Most students said that the school does a great job with protecting their cars, and some even reported accidentally leaving valuables out in their cars for several days without a problem. Cars are no hassle to have on campus, and it is of no worry for any student to find parking, or to have to do much to protect a car from vandalism or theft.
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