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A Few Reminders Regarding Parking

WHERE DO I PARK?

COMMUTER STUDENTS

During Hours of Restriction, Commuter Students may only park in parking lots, including lots near Barker Hall and at the Stadium, with a proper permit displayed. Commuter students may also park on any campus street marked with gray or unpainted curbing with a proper permit displayed. Students attending night classes only must purchase and properly display a current parking permit. Visitors to Brady Complex MUST register with that office AT ALL TIMES.

RESIDENCE HALL/BRADY COMPLEX/FAMILY HOUSING STUDENTS

During Hours of Restriction, Residence Hall Students may only park near any Residence Hall (including Family Housing and Brady Complex). Proper parking permit must be displayed.

FACULTY/STAFF

During hours of restriction, Faculty/Staff may only park in faculty/staff zones identified by red curbing. Proper parking permit is required.

VISITORS

Visitors may park in identified visitor parking spaces on campus. If coming to campus for a specific activity, the sponsoring office will issue parking instructions to visitors.

  • Citations are issued during every semester, intersession, summer school and during night classes.
  • Every vehicle on campus must have a parking permit. Visitors can obtain one from University Police or the Office of Parking Services.
  • Handicap parking requires a state handicap tag AND a Nicholls handicap permit. You can not use handicap areas as unloading/loading zones.
  • Yellow “No Parking” zones are not loading/unloading zones.
  • The west side of Bowie Road is a no parking zone.
  • The area by the post office is a no parking zone.
  • Faculty/Staff permits are movable from one vehicle to another but vehicles must be registered.
  • If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Parking Services or refer to your parking manual.
  • Bought a new car? Be sure to remove your parking permit to swap for another. Otherwise, you may be charged for another permit.
  • Be sure to read the parking manual for all parking regulations.
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