Thursday, August 27, 2009

Even More!

I don't know what's happened at the university, but the message I'm getting is: DON'T PARK ANYWHERE YOU BASTARD!

Fall Semester
Parking Guidelines

Students, faculty and staff may park on campus after properly registering their vehicle and by displaying an authorized University parking permit. Students may obtain their parking permit in the Student Solutions Center in Room # 206 Riggleman Hall. Faculty and Staff may obtain their permit from the Security Office, Room # 104 in Geary Student Union. Student permits are to be placed on the bottom, right-hand corner of the rear windshield outside of the vehicle. Faculty/Staff will receive mirror hang tags. Permits must be displayed in the designated spot at all times while on campus. Only one permit will be issued per vehicle. Expired permits are not valid and should be removed. Vehicles displaying expired permits will be cited for “no permit”.


Faculty/Staff (F/S) - Purple and white hang tag
One tag is issued per employee and it may be transferred to multiple cars. A validation sticker will be issued each academic period and must be affixed to the hang tag. Validation stickers can be obtained at the Security Office in GSU Room 104. Newly registered F/S members will be provided a current validation sticker along with their new hang tag.

Commuter Students – Red
Each commuter student will be issued no more than two parking permits.

Freshman Residential Students - Dark Green
All freshman residential students will receive an assigned parking permit. The parking lots for these students are located at Triana Field and NiSource (see attached map). Security cameras are in place to provide added protection for students and vehicles. Security will also conduct routine car patrols, especially during the night hours and provide escorts if needed.

Resident Students – Dark Blue
Each resident student will be issued one parking permit.

Shuttle service will be available to and from these lots on Monday – Friday between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Clinical faculty and students traveling to and from clinical sites are encouraged to use the campus shuttle during weekdays.

When the shuttle van is not operating students may call the Safety & Security Department’s 24 hour voice pager, 304.348.0001 to request an escort to and from a lot.

Assigned parking guidelines:

Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. the (assigned) vehicles must be parked at either the 19th Street parking lot or the NiSource parking lot.

Assigned vehicles may be parked on other campus lots at the following times:

- Weekday evenings from 6 p.m. - 8 a.m.
- Weekends - beginning Friday evening at 6 p.m. and ending Monday morning at 8 a.m.

Vehicles with an assigned parking pass on other campus lots Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. will be ticketed and/or towed.

1 comment:

Al said...

My guess is that somebody gets paid a salary for doing nothing but managing on campus parking, AND, he needs to make it complicated enough to justify the salary. Those guidelines had to be 6 months of meetings, comparing options, eliminating simple options, then replacing them with more complex and inane options. A labor of luv!

Job security is having to explain your wacked out rules 20 times a day? Not if I were signing the checks.....