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Parking Regulations
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Document Number: UNIV--107 Revision #: 1.0
Document Owner: Executive VP Date Last Updated: 01/02/2014
Primary Author: Executive Director of Facilities and Safety Status: Approved
Date Originally Created: 01/07/2013

General Description
Description:

General policy information about campus parking.


Purpose:

Delineation of policy.


Scope:

All faculty, staff, students, and administrators


Responsibility: Administration
Safety and Security

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Requirements
Relevant Knowledge: In order to comply with this policy you should know:
Current University policy

Terms and Definitions: Loss of privelege, staff

Loss of privilege, student

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Policy Provisions
1.

Parking Provisions


All automobiles parked on campus by students, faculty, or staff must have a valid parking permit.  Student parking permits are good for the academic year only.  The Office of Residence Life (a unit of Student Development), upon completion of the registration process, provides student parking permits. Permits are good only for indicated areas.  Parking outside indicated areas is a violation and subject to fine.  Parking is permitted on marked paved or graveled areas only. Parking in front of dumpsters, in fire lanes, or on the grass is strictly prohibited. Vehicles parked in the fire lanes, other unauthorized places, and disabled or abandoned, or vehicles with repetitive violations may be subject to towing or impoundment at the owner’s expense.

 

Parking fines for violations are listed below:

 

· No visible parking permit [$100.00]

· Failure to obtain a parking permit [$100.00]

· Parked in Handicapped space or area [$100.00] and subject to tow

· Parked in fire lane or area [$50.00] and subject to tow

· Parking in an area that impedes an entrance to or exit from campus [$50.00] and subject to tow

· Vehicle impoundment [$50.00 in addition to standard violation fee]

· Parked in a No Parking space or area [$25.00]

· Parked in a Visitor parking space [$25.00]

· Parked with incorrect decal for area  [$25.00]

· Parked in an area not designated for parking [$25.00]

· Taking up more than one parking space [$25.00]

 

Further sanctions regarding parking violations may be applied by the Executive Director of Facilities and Safety.  Fines are payable to the Business Office.  Grade reports and transcripts will be held until all fines are paid in full. All towing fees are the responsibility of the owner of the vehicle.  The fine for unpaid citations doubles after 30 days from date of issue.

 

Also see RESLIFE-129.


2.

Parking Lots


Cumberland University has designated parking lots. Lots are labeled “F” for Faculty/Staff, “R” for Residence Halls, or “C” for Commuters.

 

“C” & “F” lots include:

· Memorial Hall lot

· Spaces and lot behind Dallas Floyd Recreation Center and  Bone Hall

· Area that extends out to and around the Athletic Field House

· Mitchell Student Center and Heydel Fine Arts Center lots

 

“R” lots include:

· The Residential Quad for South Hall, Edward Potter Hall and the Learning Commons at Mary White Hall lot

· Edward Potter Hall lot

· Justin Potter Hall lot (off South Greenwood)

· Commons Village I lot

· Commons Village II lot

 

Lots labeled “R” are restricted to residential student parking only.  Overflow parking for faculty, staff and commuter students is located at St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church at 300 South Tarver Avenue.   The University reserves the right to block off certain areas of parking for special events

 

Also see RESLIFE-129.


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Performance Evaluation
Performance Metrics: Compliance with standard policy and procedure

Consequences: Loss of priveleges

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Subject Experts
The following may be consulted for additional information.
Executive Director of Facilities and Safety

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