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A Quick Reference Guide to Parking
The Parking Office is charged with managing the traffic and parking needs of the entire University community. To do this, we need your cooperation. Please take a few minutes to read this web page.
Do I have to have a permit to park on campus?
Yes! All vehicles must have a valid permit and must park in designated lots. Temporary visitor permits are available from The Parking Office, the Communication Center (located in Bole Hall Annex) or at any Parking Welcome Gate.
Parking Office utilizes a permit, which is registered to your vehicles, and is transferable up to three vehicles owned or controlled by the permit holder. The permit is to be affixed to your vehicle on the driver's rear side window. There is a replacement fee is lost or stolen. You will need to contact the Parking Office for that fee.
PERMITS ARE VALID FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE FALL SEMESTER THROUGH THE END OF THE SUMMER TERM.
Not all parking spaces can be conveniently located next to your building. The interior lots on the campus do fill to capacity, so plan on using the outer parking lots! (D & C)
SORRY ... Freshmen Students living on campus are not permitted to purchase a permit or have a vehicle on campus, unless they are employed. Necessary documentation must be approved by the Parking Office. Please contact the Parking Office for more details.
Avoid Needless Tickets!
Violations and Fines
All violations and fines should be paid online at rowan.thepermitstore.com or mailed to The Permit Store, PO Box 2358, Santa Barbara, CA 93120-2358. All checks must be made out to “The Permit Store” and must include the citation number and/or license plate number when mailing payment.
Can I Appeal a Ticket?
YES! If you feel a ticket was issued in error, you may appeal the ticket through rowan.ThePermitStore.com web site within ten (10) business days of the issue date. The Parking Office will not accept appeals later than ten (10) business days.
The supervisor in the Parking Services Office will review all written appeals. If the appeal is not initially accepted it will be referred to the Parking Appeals Committee for review. The Parking Appeals Committee consists of student SGA members, faculty and/or staff members. The Parking Appeals Committee is the final authority for resolving appealed tickets. You will be notified in writing (via email) of the Parking Appeals Committee's decision.
Remember... All traffic regulations will be in effect 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please consult the complete list of Parking Rules and Regulations with the campus Parking Map, available from the Parking Office or at one of the Parking Welcome Gates.
SERIOUS AND REPEAT OFFENDERS
Students with outstanding violations will be placed on the Denial of Services list. Violators may be booted or towed with no liability to Rowan and no prior notice.
Where Do I Park, If I Am...
A Resident Student? Resident student lots include Triad, Edgewood Park, Chestnut lot, Parking Garage (Available to Townhouse Residents Only), and B, X, and J. Remember; overnight parking is limited to these lots only.
A Commuter Student? Commuter student lots include A, C, D, M-1, R, and Y. Evening commuter students may use employee parking spaces in employee lots, H, Z-1 and P, between 4:30pm-12:00 midnight, Monday-Friday. No overnight parking is permitted in commuter or employee lots.
A Visitor? The Parking Office wishes to accommodate the parking needs of visitors. Departments sponsoring special activities which require parking service should notify our office two weeks in advance so special permits can be prepared. Visitors may obtain a one day temporary visitor permit at one of the Parking Welcome Gates, Parking Office in the Bole Annex building, or, after hours, at the Communication Center in the Bole Annex building.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Parking Office in Bole Annex at 256-4575.