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Parking Permits and Vehicle Registration


Parking and operating a motor vehicle on the St. John Fisher College Campus is a privilege. All vehicles on the Fisher campus must be registered with the Office of Safety and Security and display a valid parking permit or pass on the vehicle.

The College will not be responsible for the loss of, damage to, or theft of any vehicle on College property.


Parking permit registration is open for residential and commuter students for Fall 2021/Spring 2022. Please be aware of our permit pricing.

Fees for residential and commuter student permits include New York state sales tax.

  • Residential Student Permits - $150/year
  • Commuter Student Permits - $100/year

Resident freshmen may not have cars on campus. For parking purposes, a freshman is defined as a student who is in their first year of college regardless of any incoming advanced credits.

Resident students may only register one vehicle.

Vehicle Registration

By registering a vehicle at the College, the owner/operator consents to a search of the vehicle if there is reason to believe that contraband or evidence of activity that may violate a College policy or local, state, or federal law is inside the vehicle.

I understand that fines will be imposed, my vehicle may have a wheel lock placed on and/or be towed, and my parking privileges may be revoked if I violate St. John Fisher College traffic regulations. I understand that St. John Fisher College is not responsible for loss of or damage to my vehicle while parked on College property.

You will need your credit card or checking account information and vehicle registration information before starting this process.

If you have any questions about the parking registration process, please contact Assistant Director Brock Glann at bglann@sjfc.edu.

I agree to these terms by clicking the registration and payment link below.

Vehicle Registration and Fee Payment

Shuttles

Due to current COVID-19 considerations, we have suspended the on-campus shuttle service for this semester.