From Chief Anastasia M. Koutsidis, Public Safety:
We hope that the college will be back to normal occupancy by the Fall 2022 semester, at which point we will resume the customary parking regulations and procedures. Meanwhile, Public Safety has adapted to the current situation and will continue to do so.

Daytime permits were not previously offered in the spring; we are offering them now because relatively few permits were sold in the fall. Please be advised that parking spaces have always been available on a first-come, first-served basis. The college lost many spaces due to some unforeseen problems as well as projects around campus. The following adjustments do not guarantee anyone a space. Please allow yourself time to look for parking on and off campus if no spaces are available when you arrive.
Beginning Tuesday, January 25, at 9 am, a limited number of 5- and 10-day passes will be on sale at the Public Safety Office at the Main Gate. Students may buy only one pass at a time; five-day passes cost $25 and 10-day passes cost $50. When these passes are sold out, no more will be available until February. All permit sales are final; there are NO REFUNDS on day passes.

Passes must be bought in person. To be eligible to purchase a pass, you must have a vehicle registration and driver’s license. The vehicle must be registered to you, someone at your address, or someone with the same last name as you regardless of address. These are the same documents as required for the purchase of a parking decal.

On the first of each month, or the first business day following the first of the month, Public Safety will sell a new batch of day passes for that month. Leftover permits from the previous month will be valid until used; unused permits will not prevent you from purchasing passes for the new month.

After January 25, permits will be on sale Monday through Saturday, from 7 am to 10 pm.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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