Student Parking Lot?
Lots: Coliseum, Duck Pond, Litton-Reaves, Oak Lane, Perry Street, Prices Fork, Squires, Smithfield Road, Track/Field House. Students may park anywhere after 5 p.m. (after 7 p.m. around the Drillfield), and on weekends.
Freshmen Allowed to Park?
Duck Pond Road Lot (aka "The Cage") or Stadium Lot
Approximate Parking Permit Cost
$189 per year
Common Parking Tickets
- Expired meter: $30
- Fire lane: $65
- Handicapped zone: $150
- No parking zone: $35
Best Places to Find a Spot
- The Duck Pond Road Lot (known to students as "The Cage") is the easiest place to find a spot. In fact, freshmen who have cars usually leave them in the cage. There is a bus route that goes by this lot, since getting back to campus is quite a hike.
- Parking spots are usually available in the parking lot by McComas Gym, but this lot is about a 15-minute walk to most classes.
Good Luck Getting a Spot Here
Price's Fork Lot
Getting a Parking Permit
Getting a parking permit is easy. The first year you get a permit, you have to go to the Parking Services building where you show your car registration and pay for the permit. The following years, you can buy a new permit by going to the EZ Permit page on the Parking Services Web site and filling everything out online.
Did You Know?
Did you get a ticket and then forget about it? Not a good idea-if you don't pay your tickets, you can't register for classes or see your class schedule. And if you're a senior, you can't graduate until you pay!