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What is “Misuse of Permit”?

April 16th, 2010 by Michael

Before obtaining a permit, it is your responsibility to read and understand the rules and regulations of parking at PSU. Anyone who provides false information to obtain a permit, obtains a permit for another person who is not qualified for a permit, alters, transfers or duplicates any permit or facsimile, or who knowingly obtains a permit for which he or she does not qualify, is subject to a fine of $100.00 and possible disciplinary action through the Office of Student Conduct and Judicial Programs, and may lose the privilege of bringing a vehicle onto PSU property. Duplication and sale or transfer of a permit may also result in arrest and prosecution. If you have a question about which permit you are qualified for, contact University Police before obtaining a permit to ensure that you receive the appropriate one. Other “misuse of permit” violations include applying your permit in the wrong place on your vehicle or failing to update your information on thepermitstore.com when you change vehicles.

Community Alerts

Lot 502 CLOSURE

October 23rd, 2014 by Amanda

All restricted permitted vehicles in lot 502 need to be moved to lot 603 ASAP due to construction.

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