All faculty, staff and students (including full and part time) who park motor vehicles on the UMC campus are required to purchase and display a valid UMC parking permit on their vehicle. Permits may be purchased at the Business Affairs Office located at 121 Selvig Hall.
All lots are monitored randomly on a daily basis by security personnel. Ticket fines are paid to Security Services at 1110 Centennial Hall. Unauthorized vehicles in loading zones, no parking zones, reserved parking spaces, and handicapped spaces are subject to be ticketed, towed and stored at owners expense. Violators who have received more than two tickets during the academic year will be subject to be towed and stored at the owner's expense for each subsequent ticket.
Unauthorized vehicles in loading zones, no parking zones, reserved parking spaces, and/or handicapped spaces are subject to be ticketed, booted and/or towed at the owners expense. Violators who receive more than two tickets during the academic year will be subject to having their car booted or towed. If a boot is placed on a vehicle, the owner of the vehicle must pay the unpaid tickets, provide proof of purchase of permit and pay $50.00 to remove the boot. If the vehicle is towed, the owner of the vehicle will have to pay the unpaid tickets, provide proof of purchase of permit and pay the towing and storing of the vehicle.
Individuals parked in these areas will be issued a violation and are subject to penalties stated in the Parking Regulations.
The UMC campus has nine lots (A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, and J) available for campus parking. Handicapped spaces are available in each lot. Overnight parking is allowed in lots C, D, E, and F. Overnight parking in Lots A, G, and J have designated overnight parking areas marked with the appropriate signage.
The UMC campus observes an open parking policy which allows vehicles with valid parking permits to park in open spaces on a "first-come first-served" basis.
Parking is not permitted on streets, in loading zones, or in any spaces other than those designated in the nine parking lots. All vehicles must be parked within the designated parking spaces.
Parking will be allowed on the campus mall street. Those who purchase the "ALL LOTS PERMIT" will be allowed to park in the right lane of the mall road. The areas where permit parking is allowed will have the appropriate signage. NO OVERNIGHT PARKING will be allowed on the campus mall street.
Parking in the Northwest Research and Outreach Center (NWROC) parking lots by UMC staff or students is not permitted without a valid NWROC parking permit.
Parking Appeal Form
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