Parking Services

Parking Rules and Regulations

 

Overview

The university maintains parking facilities to meet the needs of the students, faculty, staff and visitors. The university does not assume responsibility for security of vehicles or contents while parked on university property.

Area of Jurisdiction

The information contained in the parking regulations applies to all university property, lots, roadways and the parking deck.

Table of Contents:

  1. General Rules
  2. Enforcement
  3. Student Permits
  4. Faculty/Employee Permits
  5. Motorcycle Permits
  6. Temporary Permits
  7. Other Permits
  8. Proper Display of Permit

1. GENERAL RULES:

Parking on Seton Hall University property is by permit only. "Parking permit" is the general term used for hangtag, window decal, dashboard placard, guest pass, temporary pass, or other form authorized by Parking Services for parking on university property. Parking rules and regulations are in effect 24 hours every day. Violators are subject to ticketing, towing or relocation at the owner's expense, booting, forfeiture of all fees, and revocation of parking privileges and/or judicial action. Permits are the property of the university and must be returned to Parking Services upon request for just cause. Ignorance of the parking rules and regulations is not an excuse. The driver and/or host are responsible for knowing the rules and regulations which are available at the Parking Services office and on-line at parking.shu.edu.

1.1. Permit Registration

Registration and display of a valid Seton Hall University parking permit is required at all times while vehicles are parked on university property. Registration applications can be completed online or printed out and submitted in person at the Parking Services Office.

1.2. Vehicle Registration

Vehicle registration is an individual responsibility. Non-receipt of registration materials or notification does not excuse failure to register a vehicle with the University. A vehicle is to be registered for an individual's own use. Registering a vehicle for another's personal use through false information is considered fraud. A student may not register another student's vehicle. Penalty for all parties involved includes a $200 fine for each person, cost of boot and/or tow, plus loss of parking privileges for an academic year.

1.3. Lost or Stolen Permits

The university is not responsible for lost or stolen permits. Parking Services should be notified immediately upon discovery of a lost or stolen permit. Any vehicle found using a permit that has been reported lost or stolen will be booted or towed even if used by the original owner. A replacement permit is $10.00.

1.4. Parking on University Property

Parking on university property is permitted for university business only. The purchase of a parking permit provides the privilege of parking on campus. Given the limited number of spaces, a parking spot is not guaranteed. The inability to find a legal parking spot does not excuse illegal parking.

1.5. Designated Parking Locations

Parking on university property is permitted only in parking lots, the parking deck, and designated areas. Vehicles must be parked entirely within a marked space. Absence of a marked space indicates NO PARKING.

1.6. Responsibility for University Parking Violations

The person who has registered the vehicle with Seton Hall University, regardless of the driver or owner of the vehicle, assumes responsibility for all outstanding university parking violations issued to a vehicle. Violations issued to a vehicle not registered with Parking Services may be investigated through state motor vehicle and other agencies. Any vehicle that is found to be registered to a relative of a current or previous Seton Hall University student will become the responsibility of that current or previous student, unless the registered owner takes responsibility for the parking violations by making payment in full. When no current or previous Seton Hall University student is found, the registered owner of the vehicle will become responsible for the parking violations. Students, Faculty Members and Staff are responsible for violations incurred by their guests.

1.7. State Registration Laws

State registration laws must be followed while parked on university property. Permits are issued for registered vehicles only. Use of a permit on an unregistered vehicle without valid state license plates or inspection sticker will result in the removal of that vehicle at the owner's expense.

1.8. Vehicles with Unpaid Tickets

ALL vehicles with unpaid tickets may be booted and/or towed without notice at the owner's expense. Once booted or towed the right to appeal is forfeited. Campus parking privileges may also be suspended. Unpaid tickets will result in denial of the privilege to register a vehicle to park on campus. Additionally, for students; outstanding citations will be assessed through their Bursar account; pursuant to University policy, outstanding balances may hold academic registration, transcripts, and/or diplomas. For faculty and employees outstanding citations will be assessed through Human Resources and may result in payroll deduction.

1.9. Restricted Parking

No parking is permitted between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. except for Resident Permits, Overnight Temporary Permits, Employees Permits or any other permit holder using the library. Duffy Lot is closed between the hours of 2 am and 6 am.

1.10. Overnight Library Parking

All university community members may park on the main campus between the hours of 2 am and 6 am for LIBRARY USE ONLY. All others MUST abide by the rules set forth for their specific permit. Failure to comply will result in a citation being issued and may be subject to being booted and/or towed.

1.11. Parking Alert

From time to time Parking Alerts, which are electronic notifications transmitting important parking updates, lot and road closures, etc. to the community, are issued. It is the responsibility of the university community to read and comply with these alerts.

1.12. Green Area Restrictions

Because the Green Area is a fire zone, it is controlled by electronic gate access. Only those given permission to enter may do so. Physically moving the gate arm is a violation of the University policy and subject to the judicial process. Parking is prohibited around the Green except in reserved designated areas opposite Mooney Hall and the curb located on the University Center side of the road nearest the McNulty Gate. Failure to observe the Green Area restrictions may subject the violator to university citation, tow, and/or South Orange Police or Fire Department summons.

1.13. Status Change

Change in status, for example resident to commuter, must be reported to Parking Services Office immediately for review. Failure to report a status change may subject the violator to ticketing, booting and/or towing and may result in the loss of parking privileges

1.14. Disabled Vehicles

Disabled vehicles must be reported to Public Safety. The vehicle must be removed as soon as possible and not longer than 24 hours. Permission must be obtained from Parking Services for periods longer than 24 hours. Vehicles that are a safety hazard or obstruct the flow of traffic will be removed immediately at the owner's expense. Damaged or inoperable vehicles may not be stored on university property and will be subject to removal at the owner's expense.

1.15. Counterfeit or Altered Permits

The use or possession of counterfeit or altered permits is illegal and subject to the disciplinary process. Vehicles found to be in use or possession of counterfeit or altered permits are also subject to ticketing, booting and/or towing and may result in loss of parking privileges.

1.16. Improper Permit

Each permit is issued for a specific purpose and valid for certain hours. Permits used outside its intended purpose is a violation and a citation for IMPROPER PERMIT will be issued. An example of this would include an Evening Permit used on campus between the hours of 6 am and 4 pm, Monday though Friday.

1.17. Temporary Closure of Lots and Roadways

The university reserves the right to temporarily close parking areas and roadways for repairs, safety and special events. Vehicles parked in areas that have been closed by barricades, signs, or notifications are subject to ticketing and or towing and relocation at the owner's expense.

1.18. Snow Removal Operations

Snow removal operations are announced by campus TV station, WSOU, residence hall postings and electronic parking alerts. In the event of a sudden and severe snow storm vehicles must be removed from surface lots and parked in the deck or other covered parking area. It is the responsibility of the registered operator of the vehicle to be aware of weather conditions and remove the vehicle. Failure to remove a vehicle may result in the issuance of a ticket and relocation.

1.19. Parking in Handicapped Spaces

Faculty, staff and students parking in a handicapped space requires both registration with Seton Hall University Disability Support Services and the appropriate state agency. The proper identification issued by both authorities must be displayed at all times.

1.20. Fire Zones

Parking in fire zones is strictly prohibited. Vehicles left unattended, regardless of the amount of time, will be ticketed and/or towed at the owner's expense and may be subject to South Orange Police or Fire Department summons. The following areas are designated as no parking zones: Seton Drive, Chapel Court and Madison Drive from Walsh Library to and including the Green Area. Hazard lights cannot be used for parking in these areas and displaying hazard lights does not make these areas legal parking spaces.

1.21. Loading Zones

Parking in loading zones is prohibited. Hazard lights cannot be used for parking in these areas and displaying hazard lights does not make these areas legal parking spaces.

1.22. Speed Limits

The posted speed limit on all campus roadways is 15-miles per hour. The speed limit for the parking lots and the parking deck is 5-miles per hour.

1.23. Faculty Lot

Only those in possession of a Faculty Permit may park in the Faculty Lots. Adjunct Faculty Permits are not permitted in these lots.

1.24. Signs and Markings

Signs and road markings are provided in the interest of parking control and safety. Therefore, signs and markings must be obeyed. Reserved spaces are posted throughout the campus. Only vehicles assigned to these spaces may park there and all others may be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. Removal or damage of signs and markings is illegal and subject to the judicial and/or civil process.

1.25. Transfer of Permit

Permits are non-transferable and may only be used on the vehicles to which they are registered. Any vehicle found using a permit to which it is not assigned will be ticketed as well as booted and/or towed and may result in loss of parking privileges even if used by the original owner. Illegally transferred permits will be considered use of a counterfeit or altered permit.

2. ENFORCEMENT

Parking regulations are enforced 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Violation types and locations are routinely analyzed and enforcement adjusted accordingly. Ticket payments are due upon receipt.

2.1. Violations and Fines

Violation Fine
No Permit $50
Improper Permit $25
Illegal/Altered Permit 1st Offense Cost of permit plus $250 fine, boot
Illegal/Altered Permit 2nd Offense $250 fine, tow, loss of parking privileges for one semester and disciplinary action
Improper Display $25
Fire Zone $100
Handicapped Space $100
Reserved Space $50
Reserved Lot $50
No Parking Area $50
Driving on Grass/Sidewalk $100
Parking on Grass/Sidewalk $100
Parking Outside the Lines $25
Blocking Traffic $50
Boot $50

2.2. Fine Payments

Fines may be paid in person at the Parking Services Office by Bursar transfer (students) or Payroll deduction (faculty and staff). Fines may also be paid by mail with a check or money order.

2.3. Appeals

Tickets may be appealed within ten (10) business days of the date the ticket was issued. After ten days the right to appeal is forfeited and the violator is responsible for all fines. Towing costs may not be appealed. The following violations are ineligible for appeal:

Parking in Fire zones
Parking in Handicapped spaces
Parking in reserved spaces
Use of counterfeit, lost, stolen or altered permits
Permit obtained by fraud including but not limited to community members found to be obtaining guest permits
Previously appealed citations

Once a vehicle has been booted and/or towed the right to appeal any outstanding citation is waived and all outstanding fines are due.

All appeals must be submitted in writing on an official appeal form available at the Parking Services office. Appeals that are denied will be assessed a $25 fee in addition to the original fine and any applicable late fees.

2.3.1. Invalid Appeals

Parking Services strives to provide fair and consistent enforcement of the parking rules and regulations for everyone's benefit. If someone feels that a citation was issued in error the appeals process provides an opportunity to appeal the citation and possibly have the fine waived. However, appealing a citation in no way guarantees that the penalty will be waived.

Invalid Appeals include but are not limited to the following reasons:

"I didn't see the sign."
"Others were parking there too."
"I was late."
"I could not find another parking space."
"There was no sign that said I could not park there."
"I was only parked there for a few minutes. I had my flashers on."
"I have always parked there and you never gave me a citation before."
"Other cars were parked there and they did not get a citation."
"I do not agree with the policy or regulation."
"The guard told me it was OK to park there."

2.4. Towing

Vehicles are subject to towing at the owner's expense for any violation of university parking and registration rules. Towing offenses include, but are not limited to:

Parking in Fire zones
Parking in Handicapped spaces
Parking in reserved spaces
Three or more unpaid tickets
Use of counterfeit, lost, stolen or altered permits
Permit obtained by fraud
Refusal to remove vehicle during snow removal operations.

Private companies provide towing. Cost of towing and storage is paid directly to the towing company. The university does not benefit financially from the towing of vehicles.

By law, after the tow mechanism is attached the tow company is responsible for the vehicle even if it has not yet been removed from university property. Tow companies are expected to treat everyone professionally and courteously. All claims for damage must be made to the tow company directly.

2.5. Late Fees

Any citations left unpaid after ten (10) business days will be assessed a $15 late fee.

3. STUDENT PERMITS

Students with unpaid tickets will not be issued a permit until tickets are paid. The following permits are available for students only:

3.1. Resident (R Series)

Permits are issued to senior students residing in campus residence halls and are valid 24 hours a day for the current academic year (fall and spring semesters). Residents who are not classified as seniors who are affiliated with an academic program that requires off campus work may obtain a permit provided the appropriate dean certifies the need and are available on a semester to semester basis.

3.1.1. Half Year Resident (Y Series)

Senior students residing in campus residence halls who require a resident permit for the Fall semester only may obtain a Half Year Resident permit. The permit expires on December 31 of the current year in which it was issued.

3.1.2. Annual Resident (RS Series)

Senior students residing in campus residence halls who require a resident permit for the academic year as well as the summer following the spring semester may obtain an Annual Resident permit. The permit expires on August 31 of the current academic year in which it was issued.

3.2. Weekend Resident (W Series)

Permits are issued to any student residing in campus residence halls and are valid from 5:00 pm Friday to 5:00 pm Sunday of a given weekend. Permits may be purchased weekly, monthly or per semester. Weekend Resident Permits do not count against the five weekday permits available to resident students. Weekend Resident Permits purchased through Public Safety and Security are assessed an additional $15 fee. To avoid this late fee, these permits should be purchased during Parking Services normal business hours. Semester and monthly Weekend Resident permits are not available from Public Safety and Security.

3.3. Ora Manor (O Series)

Permits for resident parking at Ora Manor are processed by Housing and Residence Life. The Ora Manor permit is not valid for parking on the main campus. An Ora Manor Resident must purchase a commuter permit to park on the main campus. Parking at Ora Manor is subject to Ora Manor rules and regulations.

3.4. Turrell Manor (TM Series)

Permits for resident parking at Turrell Manor are issued in conjunction with either a Resident, Half-Year Resident, Annual Resident or Summer permit. You must be eligible for one of the aforementioned permits and be a resident of Turrell Manor in order to obtain a Turrell Manor permit. Parking at Turrell Manor is very limited and not guaranteed. Your Resident, Half-Year Resident, Annual Resident or Summer permit will allow you to park overnight on the main campus if parking is unavailable at Turrell Manor.

3.5. Commuter (C Series)

Commuter permits are issued to students who do not reside in one of the campus residence halls. Commuter permits restrict parking on campus between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. No parking is permitted between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. except when the permit holder is using the library.

3.5.1. Half Year Commuter (YC Series)

Students commuting to campus who require a commuter permit for the fall semester only may obtain a Half Year Commuter permit. The permit expires on December 31 of the current year in which it was issued. Commuter permits are issued to students who do not reside in one of the campus residence halls. No parking is permitted between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. except when the permit holder is using the library.

3.5.2. Annual Commuter (CS Series)

Students commuting to campus who require a commuter permit for the academic year as well as the summer following the spring semester may obtain an Annual Commuter permit. The permit expires on August 31 of the current academic year in which it was issued. Commuter permits are issued to students who do not reside in one of the campus residence halls. No parking is permitted between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. during the academic year except when the permit holder is using the library. During the summer parking is permitted 24 hours starting with the day after commencement.

3.6. Evening (N Series)

Evening permits are issued to students who do not reside in one of the campus residence halls and whose classes begin at 4 p.m. or later on weeknights or any time on weekends. Parking is permitted between 4 p.m. and 2 a.m. only and on weekends from 6 a.m. until 2 a.m. Parking is permitted between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. for library use only.

3.6.1. Fall Evening (YN Series)

Students commuting to campus who require an evening permit for the fall semester only may obtain a Fall Evening permit. The permit expires on December 31 of the current year in which it was issued. Evening permits are issued to students who do not reside in one of the campus residence halls and whose classes begin at 4 p.m. or later on weeknights or any time on weekends. No parking is permitted between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. except when the permit holder is using the library.

3.6.2. Annual Evening (NS Series)

Students commuting to campus who require an evening permit for the academic year as well as the summer following the spring semester may obtain an Annual Evening permit. The permit expires on August 31 of the current academic year in which it was issued. Commuter permits are issued to students who do not reside in one of the campus residence halls and whose classes begin at 4 p.m. or later on weeknights or any time on weekends. No parking is permitted between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. during the academic year except when the permit holder is using the library. During the summer parking is permitted 24 hours starting with the day after commencement.

3.7. Summer Session (S Series)

Summer permits are valid from May 1 to August 31 of the year in which they were purchased. Parking is permitted between 6 a.m. and 2 a.m. daily until the day following commencement when parking will be permitted 24 hours a day.

3.8. Multi-vehicle

A student who drives more than one (1) vehicle during the semester may register up two (2) vehicles for a multi-vehicle placard permit. Only vehicles belonging to an immediate family member may be registered. These vehicles are subject to the General Rules and Regulations for parking violations. Multi-vehicle permits will not be issued for any Resident permits (R, Y or RS series)

3.8.1. Reuse

Multi-vehicle permits are valid ONLY for the semester or academic year in which they are issued. Reuse of a multi-vehicle placard will be considered use of a counterfeit or altered permit and will result in ticketing as well as booting and/or towing.

3.8.2. Forgotten Placards

Multi-vehicle placards forgotten more than five (5) times will require the driver to purchase a temporary permit. Temporary permits are available at a cost of $10 per day (plus sales tax where applicable).

3.9. Carpools

Two or more drivers may register for a carpool by bringing their valid vehicle registrations into parking services. ONLY one vehicle associated with the carpool permit can be driven on campus at a time. Carpool violations are adjudicated strictly by the appeals board. Multi-vehicle permits will not be issued for any Resident permits (R, Y or RS series).

3.9.1. Reuse

Carpool permits are valid ONLY for the semester or academic year in which they are issued. Reuse of a carpool placard will be considered use of a counterfeit or altered permit and will result in ticketing as well as booting and/or towing.

3.9.2. Forgotten Placards

Carpool placards forgotten more than five (5) times will require the driver to purchase a temporary permit. Temporary permits are available at a cost of $10 per day (plus sales tax where applicable).

3.10. Permit Fees

Permit Type Fee
Resident $350
Half Year Resident (Fall Only) $185
Half Year Resident (Spring Only) $185
Half Year Resident (Spring and Summer) $229
Annual Resident $400
Weekend Resident $125 per semester
Commuter $327.42 (plus applicable NJ sales tax)
Half Year Commuter (Fall Only) $177.62 (plus applicable NJ sales tax)
Half Year Commuter (Spring Only) $177.62 (plus applicable NJ sales tax)
Half Year Commuter (Spring and Summer) $219.35 (plus applicable NJ sales tax)
Annual Commuter $374.50 (plus applicable NJ sales tax)
Evening $192.60 (plus applicable NJ sales tax)
Fall Evening $110.21 (plus applicable NJ sales tax)
Half Year Evening (Spring Only) $110.21 (plus applicable NJ sales tax)
Half Year Evening (Spring and Summer) $143.38 (plus applicable NJ sales tax)
Annual Evening $224.70 (plus applicable NJ sales tax)
Summer $65 (plus applicable NJ sales tax)
Ora Manor Included in purchase of applicable Commuter permit with approval through HRL
Turrell Manor Included with purchase of applicable Resident permit
Multi-vehicle/Carpool Placard Cost of one permit plus $25 setup (plus applicable NJ sales tax)*
Temporary Permits $10 per day (plus applicable NJ sales tax)**

*A third or additional vehicles may be added at a further cost of $25 per vehicle (plus applicable NJ sales tax)

** If purchase from Public Safety, Pirate's Gold or Bursar transfer are the only available methods of payment. Insufficient Pirate's Gold funds will result in payment being billed to the Bursar account.

3.11. Refund Policy

If a permit is returned within 10 business days after the start of the Fall semester a full refund will be issued. Permits returned between the 11th day after the start of the Fall semester and 10 days after the start of the Spring semester will be issued a 50% refund. Any permit returned on 11th day, or later, after the start of the Spring semester will not be issued a refund. For permits purchased in the Spring semester or for the Fall semester only, if the permit is returned within 10 business days after the start of the given semester a full refund will be issued. Permits returned on the 11th day or later will not be issued a refund. For permits purchased for the Summer session only, if the permit is returned within 3 business days after the start of the May intersession a full refund will be issued. Permits returned on the 4th day or later will not be issued a refund.

4. FACULTY / EMPLOYEE PERMITS

All faculty and employees must purchase a permit to park on campus. Payment may be made by payroll deduction, Pirate's Gold, check, money order, and credit card (Visa, MasterCard, and American Express). Individuals with unpaid tickets will not be issued a permit until all outstanding tickets are paid. Temporary employees must purchase a $10.00 weekly temporary permit to park on campus. The following permits are available for faculty and employees only:

4.1. Permit Fees

Faculty

  • $300 (purchased between September & December)
  • $200 (purchased between January & April)
  • $65 (purchased between May & August)

Adjunct Faculty

  • $100 (purchased between September & April)
  • $65 (purchased between May & August)

Employee

  • $300(purchased between September & December)
  • $200 (purchased between January & April)
  • $65 (purchased between May & August)

Temporary Employee

  • $10 weekly

4.2. Refund Policy

Permits returned within 10 days after the start of fall classes will receive a full refund. If a permit is returned between 11 days after the start of fall classes and 10 days after the start of spring classes a 50% refund will be issued. Any permit returned on or after the 11th day of the spring semester will not receive a refund. For permits purchased during the Summer session only, if the permit is returned within 3 business days after the start of the May intersession a full refund will be issued. Permits returned on the 4th day or later will not be issued a refund.

5. MOTORCYCLE PERMITS (M Series)

Motorcycles require a separate permit. Motorcycles used as primary vehicles are charged the full permit fee. Motorcycles used as a secondary vehicle have a fee of $10. New Jersey sales tax will be charged where applicable.

6. TEMPORARY PERMITS

Temporary permits may be obtained for special reasons for limited time periods totaling no more than five (5) days per semester to the individual and/or vehicle. Any parking needs beyond these limitations will require the purchase of a permit if eligible (exceptions must be submitted in writing to Parking Services for prior approval). The permit cannot be issued at either of the two entry gates.

For persons with a valid permit, temporary permits will be issued for the following reasons: (1) disabled vehicle (with valid proof); (2) medical appointments (with prior approval from the Office of Disability Support Services); (3) family emergency and/or (4) overnight parking. Reasons not meeting the above criteria will be dealt with on an individual basis. For those persons who do not poses a valid permit, up to five temporary permits, totaling no more than five (5) days per semester, will be issued at a cost of $10 per day. Bringing a vehicle to campus without prior approval does not guarantee automatic issuance of a permit.

6.1. Resident Student

A resident student who is not eligible for a resident permit may receive a temporary permit from Parking Services during business hours or at the Public Safety Office after business hours with prior approval from parking services. The permit can be issued in any combination of days but cannot exceed more than five (5) days in a given semester to the student and/or vehicle; unused days cannot be carried over to the next semester. A student may not register another student's vehicle in order to obtain a permit. Penalty for all parties involved includes a $200 fine for each person, cost of boot or tow, cost of any additional citations issued, plus loss of parking privileges for an academic year.

Students with a resident permit who may need to bring a different vehicle to campus must provide a letter to Parking Services stating the reasons and time period. If the request is approved there is no charge for the temporary permit. If both vehicles are discovered to be on campus at the same time parking privileges will be revoked.

Resident students who are hosting an overnight guest are responsible for ensuring a temporary permit for the guest's vehicle is obtained. The host will be responsible for any violations incurred by their guests. Previously unidentified citations as well as future citations issued to a guest's vehicle will also be assigned to that host. All Housing and Residence Life guest policies must be complied with prior to requesting the permit.

Weekend Resident Permits do not count against the five (5) weekday permits.

6.2. Commuter Student

A commuter student without a vehicle permit may obtain a temporary permit for special reasons for limited time periods. The permit can be issued in any combination of days but cannot exceed more than a total of five (5) days in a given semester. Any parking needs beyond these limitations will require the purchase of a permit if the requestor is eligible. A student may not register another student's vehicle in order to obtain a permit. Penalty for all parties involved includes a $200 fine for each person, cost of boot or tow, cost of any additional citations issued, plus loss of parking privileges for an academic year. A commuter student who will be the overnight guest of a resident student must obtain an overnight permit after complying with the Housing and Residence Life guest polices.

6.3. Faculty / Employee

To obtain a temporary permit for a vehicle that is not registered with Parking Services the requestor must report to Parking Services. The permit can be issued in any combination of days but cannot exceed more than five (5) days in a given semester to the faculty/employee and/or vehicle. If a temporary permit is required for more than five (5) days additional information and documentation may be required.

7. OTHER PERMITS

These permits are issued to visitors, recreation center members and vendors/contractors who are considered persons not affiliated with or active members of the university. They are guests or providing a service to the university.

7.1. Handicapped Permit (H Series)

Handicapped parking requires registration with the appropriate state agency. The handicapped individual must accompany the vehicle in order to qualify for handicapped parking. The availability of handicapped spaces is not guaranteed. Lack of handicapped spaces does not authorize the driver to park illegally.

7.2. Guest Permit (GP Series)

Any person who is not a student, faculty member, employee, recreation center member or a regularly contracted vendor/contractor is considered a guest and will be issued a guest permit at either of the entry gates. The permit is good for one day only and invalid after 11:59 p.m. Students, faculty, and employees may not receive a guest pass for their use. Those community members found to be obtaining guest permits will be issued citations which will be not be eligible to be appealed.

7.3. Recreation Center (RC Series)

Membership at the recreation center is established by the Athletic Department. Parking Services will issue a parking permit to the recreation center designee for eligible members. These permits are only valid for the normal operational hours of the Recreation Center.

7.4. Vendor/Contractor (V and SHU/Construction Series)

Regularly contracted vendor/contractors performing work for the university on a continuous schedule will be issued a permit after completing the necessary requirements set forth by Public Safety. These permits will have the same hours available to an employee.

8. PROPER DISPLAY OF PERMIT

Each type of permit must be displayed properly; failure to do so may result in the issuance of a citation for improper display of permit.

8.1. Hangtags

The hangtag must be suspended from the rearview mirror with the number colored side facing out. It must not be obstructed from view.

8.2. Window Decal

The decal must be affixed to the outside of left rear window. Decals taped to the window or displayed in any other manner are invalid and will result in a citation.

8.3. Dashboard Permit Placards

The placard must be displayed on the driver's side dash and clearly visible. Any obstruction that prevents Public Safety personnel from reading the information will result in a citation.

8.4. Motorcycles

The permit must be affixed to the left front fork.

Revised July 2014
These regulations are subject to change.

Related Services:

Parking Permits
Anyone wishing to park their vehicle on the South Orange campus must display a valid parking permit at all times.



Effective Date

May 1, 2008

 
 
Contact Us

Parking Services
(973) 761-9329
(973) 275-2445
Fax (973) 275-2084
ParkingServices@shu.edu
Duffy Hall Rm. 63

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