Anyone who operates a motor vehicle on University property is responsible for knowing and observing University traffic and parking regulations contained in the Student Handbook.
Vehicles parked on University property shall be registered with Campus Security, no exceptions. Each vehicle shall have one valid Texas Wesleyan University parking permit sticker affixed to the lower driver's side corner of the rear windshield. Permits may be obtained at the library circulation desk after completing the Vehicle Registration formVehicle Registration form.
Persons who drive rental cars or parent's cars temporarily on campus shall be required to have a temporary parking hangtag. These hangtags may be obtained at the library circulation desk.
Visitor parking shall not be used by students before 5 p.m. under any circumstances. The only exception to this rule is for students who are temporarily disabled due to an injury. These students will be allowed to use visitor parking ONLY if they fill out a "Temporary Visitor/Handicap Parking" form and receive a hangtag. The form can be obtained from the library circulation desk.
Security officers will issue parking citation to students for the following violations:
Fines are assessed per violation.
Students have 10 days in which to pay or appeal the ticket. If the ticket is not paid or appealed within this time, a hold will be placed on the student's account. This will result in the student's inability to register, receive transcripts or graduate until the ticket is paid.
Security will run the plates on any car without a parking permit, in order to determine the owner of the car. An additional $10 fine will be assessed to cover the cost.