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Written by Jordan Acker
Students need 54 or more course credits to have their car on campus. Despite having parking lots all over campus, it usually seems impossible to find a parking spot. No matter where you park, you’ll have quite a walk to your car from wherever you live (unless you happen to luck out and park right outside of your door). All parking lots are on the outskirts of campus, and the farther away you get, the more likely you are to find a spot.
If you live in an apartment on campus, there are parking lots right outside of your building. Don’t worry about guests on the weekends because it becomes a parking free-for-all at 5 p.m. on Friday until 6 a.m. on Monday. If you’re thinking about commuting, you’ll almost always find a parking spot in the commuter-designated lots—they’re just farther off campus. No matter what, your best bet is to just learn the bus schedule.
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