All students’ vehicles including part-time, weekend, and evening students must obtain a parking permit from the Office of Security. On-campus parking is available to Mount Aloysius students. However, these spaces are only available if everyone cooperates and abides by the regulations set forth in the parking program. Specific areas are assigned to resident and commuter students, as well as faculty and staff. The campus map identifies the designated student parking areas.
Students must park in student designated areas when on-campus and are not allowed to park in front of the Main Building (lot 1) at any time. Parking privileges may be revoked if an individual deliberately attempts to deceive the College regarding the ownership of a vehicle or accumulation of ten or more points due to parking illegally. The Security Office is authorized to tow a vehicle at the owner’s expense. Anyone who uses their vehicle to transport contraband onto campus also risks losing the privilege of having a vehicle on campus premises. Fire Department regulations do not permit parking in any fire lane on-campus.
A vehicle parked on-campus is at the risk of the owner. Mount Aloysius assumes no responsibility for damages, thefts, accidents, or other incidents involving student vehicles. All vehicles must be registered by the end of the first week of each academic semester. Vehicles can be registered in the Security Office during orientation or thereafter. The vehicle registration card or a copy of the card must be shown to the officer for each vehicle when registering. A fee of $20 is payable at the time of registration. Replacement cost of a permit is $5. Inquire at the Security Department for registering multiple vehicles.
The Security Office will issue special one-day permits in emergency situations. Security must be notified immediately, either in person or by note left at the Security Office relating the description, location and license plate of the unregistered vehicle.
Students with special needs regarding parking must contact the Security Director to discuss their specific circumstances.