Parking Permits and Vehicle Registration
All vehicles using College parking facilities must be registered yearly with the Office of Safety and Security.
Parking permits for the 2018-2019 academic year will be available to purchase soon. Students must submit and pay for their vehicle registration online. Follow the link below and complete the required information as soon as registration is open.
A parking sticker is necessary for each vehicle parked on campus. If you own two or more vehicles that you plan to drive to campus, please register each vehicle. You must notify the Office of Safety and Security if you change vehicles or license plates.
You may pick up your permit at the Security Office. When you come in for your permit, you must produce your vehicle registration to show proof of ownership.
Pre-registration for fall 2018 residential parking will be open soon.
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. To be considered for your preferred parking lot, you needed to pre-register your vehicle prior to August 1, 2018. Resident students that missed the deadline may still obtain a resident parking permit and will be assigned to an appropriate overflow lot.
Resident students that pre-registered in the spring for their preferred parking lot may obtain their parking permit from their campus mailbox (basement of Haffey Hall) on or after move in day.
Note: Preferred parking for residential students is assigned by earned credit hours. Not every student will be assigned a parking spot in their preferred lot, as permit requests usually exceed the parking availability. Anyone not receiving their preferred lot will be issued a parking pass in a designated overflow lot and will automatically be placed on a wait list for their preferred lot. Adjustments will be made to accommodate students on the wait list as availability arises throughout the year.
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 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.