College Junior 2013-09-13T17:05:17Z
Parking is decent next to the dorms, however parking spots near the apartments fill up fast. Be prepared for a ten to fifteen minute walk from wherever you park. Don't forget to purchase a permit or you will end up with a nice fine. Remember to plug your car in during the winter months. i would advise purchasing one of the light-up extension cords to make sure that the outlet is actually working. We had a lot of frozen cars in the lot last year.
College Senior 2013-09-06T22:39:15Z
There a number of different types of parking lots. There are some buildings that are much further away from the main campus, and they have their own parking lots, with plug ins for the winter months. Those are A+, close to the building and prepared for all weather. Nearer to main campus, there are parking lots very far away, and travel to campus is dependent on busses. That, or a very long, cold walk uphill. Those parking lots have plugins. But the closer you get to campus and the main buildings for parking, you have to pay per half hour, there are no plugins, and its impossible to find a parking spot.
College Junior 2013-05-21T20:00:01Z
The campus is small, and a lot of students come from off campus to get to class. This means that it's best to get to campus at least twenty minutes early so you have time to find a parking spot and walk to class. There are shuttles that make loops around campus, so if you need to get to one of the buildings farther from lower campus you can take one of them. Most all classes are held in lower campus, and it's usually just a quick walk between buildings. Day/week permits can be purchased from vending machine-like stations, as well as semester/year permits from the Parking Services offices.
College Junior 2013-03-31T01:58:08Z
The permits are $80 per semester, and you have to park in distant lots and take a shuttle to campus - very inconvenient. However if you park in any of the nearer parking lots, you will definitely get ticketed ($25-$65 a pop). A car is a must, because the campus isn't near anything.
College Junior 2012-12-28T00:06:25Z
Open parking is available 99% of the time and is convenient more often than not. Parking permits aren't cheap at around $130 annually. Need for a car for on campus residents is little to none, the campus is small enough with an available shuttle system and free city bus system access.
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