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I have a restricted permit but I sometimes have to load or unload my car at my residence hall. I can't carry all that stuff up from Facilities Services.

April 16th, 2010 by Michael

Although vehicles with restricted permits cannot park on the main campus, we do allow for those times when a vehicle has to be on campus to load or unload. Examples include when you return after being gone for the weekend or holiday or even when you do laundry or have groceries. You may park in a 15- or 30-minute space near your residence hall or campus apartment for this purpose. If none of these spaces are available,  just leave a note on your vehicle (including the time you parked it,) your hazards on, and the University Police will allow a reasonable amount of time for you to park while unloading.

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Move Out

May 6th, 2014 by Amanda

To students moving out of the Residential Halls please only bring your vehicle up to park near your building for only loading your vehicles with your belongings, also vehicles can not be left in those areas if no move-out activity is taking place.

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