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Parking and Traffic Regulations
The county and municipal police, as well as campus public safety officers, enforce all traffic and parking regulations on campus. Students violating traffic and parking regulations on campus are subject to fines, penalties, and/or disciplinary action that could lead to suspension or dismissal from the College.
Parking Permit Decal
Students planning to use campus parking facilities must obtain a parking permit decal for their vehicle. Extra cars may be registered at a cost of $5.00 each. This sticker is obtained after proper registration of the vehicle has been completed at the Department of Public Safety, Room L-154, on the College’s main campus in Paramus, or you can apply for a decal online using the Parking Decal Request Form.
Students must present a valid driver’s license and the current bursar’s receipt, and/or I.D. Card.
Continuing Ed and ILR Students should go to B-119 to fill out a decal form and receive their Parking Decal Sticker.
Parking is permitted only in designated areas. Individuals violating college regulations are subject to fines as outlined in the Motor Vehicle Regulation Booklet.
Student parking is available in lots A through E and G where specified. Unless given advance authorization and permit by Public Safety (Room L-154), use of all other parking areas is prohibited.
Parking along curbs, fire, handicapped or medical zones, and loading/unloading areas is prohibited.
Disabled or severely injured students can make arrangements for special parking privileges at the Department of Public Safety. The application for temporary medical parking is available in the Health Services Office.
If a student, staff, or faculty member is issued a ticket resulting in a fine, they must pay the ticket in person or by mail to the Bursar’s Office within 15 days of issuance. Failure to do so will result in an additional $10 fine. (Reg. VI, Article D)
To appeal a ticket to the College Motor Vehicle Appeals Board, please complete the Appeal Form within 15 days of the issuance of the ticket. This board is composed of students, faculty, and staff that are trained in Public Safety & Student Conduct processes.
2019-2020 College Motor Vehicle Appeals Board Schedule TBA.
To inquire about the College Motor Vehicle Appeals Board, please contact Director Michelle Roche at firstname.lastname@example.org.