College Sophomore 2013-11-06T16:19:18Z
It is not necessary to have a car on campus if you live on campus. Chestertown, MD is easily biked or walked. There's plenty of parking available, but it is harder and harder to find the closer you get to academic buildings. That said, you're never more than a 5 minute walk to your car, and when you only need it for trips that are usually longer than that, it's a hardly noticeable inconvenience if you happen to get a spot that's farther away.
College Sophomore 2013-11-05T16:37:48Z
Free campus parking is difficult to find as is on campus parking. The difference is on campus parking costs about $70 and our security likes handing out tickets. However as long as you know what times of days to try for the free parking it is right next to campus and is not too difficult to find a spot.
College Junior 2012-11-20T03:43:18Z
Parking permits are relatively expensive and that seems to be a little ridiculous because there are always spots open. Also, I was given a parking violation hours after I parked my car during move-in day.
College Junior 2012-08-15T16:44:11Z
Still not sure of the permit costs or particulars of ticketing and fines, but finding a parking space is pretty much universal no matter where you go (mall, grocery store, school), but you do not need a car on campus.
College Junior 2012-06-26T17:47:55Z
Growing Student Body – We currently have a growing student body so sometimes a little searching is required to find the best spot closest to your dorm. However there is plenty of parking in the west lot, there's just a slight walk if you live on the other side of campus. Keep in mind though that campus is not very large so a long walk for us is still no longer than ten minutes. I also know that more parking will be added next year to solve this problem.
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