Citations may be paid online or by taking the ticket to the Student Accounts office.
Unauthorized vehicles in disabled spaces, fire lanes, vehicles with 2 or more citations (paid or unpaid for parking in reserved spots identified by a specific sign), or blocking roadways and garage doors may be towed at the owner's expense. Additionally vehicles with $100 or more in citations (paid or unpaid) in a single academic year are subject to being towed. Once a vehicle is towed it will be placed on a list and towed for each subsequent violation. Vehicles without a current permit that have $100 or more in unpaid fines may be immobilized at the university's discretion. Immobilized vehicles can be released during normal business hours by presenting the Parking Manager or his/her designee or the Director of Security with a receipt showing all fines have been paid. After hours release of immobilized vehicles can only be made after a photocopy of the driver's license has been made and a form indicating agreement to pay all outstanding parking fines has been completed. A vehicle may only be released after hours once per academic year.
Parking citations may be appealed or paid online. Throughout the academic year appeals are generally reviewed by the Parking Appeals Board consisting of faculty, staff, and students. At times deemed appropriate by the University, such as during the first 10 days and last 10 days of any semester appeals may be reviewed by the parking manager or his/her designee. Appeals for citations older than 10 days will not be considered unless extenuating circumstances can be demonstrated and stated in the appeal. The Appeal Board's decision is final, unless mitigating evidence or circumstances can be demonstrated to overturn the Appeal Board decision. Mitigating evidence or circumstances must be presented to the Parking Manager or his/her designee within 10 days of the appeal decision. If the petitioner has not responded within 10 days, the Appeal Board decision is final, and closed.