You are responsible for paying all violations. If you have an outstanding fine, you will not be able to purchase a new parking permit until your fines are paid in full. Outstanding fines could also result in the towing of your vehicle.
Fines are printed on each ticket and placed on the violating vehicle. Habitual violators are subject to an additional fine as well as towing. A complete list of university fines can be obtained from Parking and Transportation Services.
Payment of Fines
Payment for all fines is due seven days from the date the violation was issued. Fines are payable online (see Student Citations, Employee Citations, or Visitor Citations pages). If you prefer to pay in person, visit Parking and Transportation Services Office.
Faculty and Staff
If you do not pay a fine within seven days, you will receive an invoice. If payment is still not received, a payroll deduction will be initiated. You will not be able to register additional vehicles or purchase a new permit until all outstanding violations have been paid. Payment may be made as follows: cash, check, credit card, or payroll deduction. Visit the Employee Citations page for more information.
If you do not pay a fine within seven days, your student account will be charged. If you have a delinquent account, your academic records could be placed on hold with the university, including registration materials, transcripts and grades. Payment may be made as follows: cash, check, credit card, or student account. Visit the Student Citations page for more information.