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Campus Parking Regulations


Parking Regs & Map | Vehicle Registration | Parking Fee Waiver

Westminster students must register their motor vehicles within seventy-two (72) hours of arrival in Fulton whether they reside on or off campus. Complete the Vehicle Registration form to receive a parking decal at Hunter Activity CenterUpon registration, students will receive a parking permit which must be affixed and clearly visible on the inside bottom right of the front windshield. A $50.00 annual parking fee is charged to the student account receivable at the rate of $25.00 per semester. Replacement and/or temporary permits are also available and obtained through the Campus Information Center in the lower level of Hunter Activity Center. If you do not own a vehicle please fill out a Parking Fee Waiver and return to the Student Life office to avoid receiving the annual parking charges on your student account. The waiver forms must be turned in within the first 7 days of classes.

Students will be held responsible for observing campus parking regulations and any parking fines regardless of who may drive the vehicle. Between 8:00a.m. and 5:00p.m., Monday through Friday, students are prohibited from parking in areas designated as Faculty/Staff Parking. Vehicles illegally parked or abandoned may be towed at the owner's expense. Students are encouraged to notify Campus Security at 573-592-5555 should they need to park their vehicle on campus for an extended period of time. If a student receives more than three (3) tickets in a semester, the vehicle is subject to towing at the owner's expense. Students are encouraged to notify Campus Security at 573-592-5555 should they need to park their vehicle on campus for an extended period of time.

Faculty & Staff

All Westminster faculty and staff must register their motor vehicles with campus Saftey and Security as soon as possible but within seventy-two (72) hours from the time their vehicle arrives on campus. Decals, to be affixed to the lower right hand (passenger) side of the windshield (taping to the windshield is not acceptable), or by placing a Westminster hangtag on the rear view mirror. If you are using a hang tag, it must be visible at all times when parking in Westminster College parking lots. A faculty or staff member may register any number of vehicles. There is no charge to faculty or staff for obtaining a parking hang tag/permit. New hang tags and temporary parking permits may also be obtained at the Office of Campus Saftey and Security. Faculty and staff are responsible for their decals/hang tags and motor vehicles regardless of who uses the vehicle.

Faculty and staff may park in regular student parking if all designated spaces are taken. You may not park in 15-minute student parking, admission visitor parking, guest parking, etc. as those are considered specialty areas. The city of Fulton requires motor vehicles parked on public streets to be moved at least every 72 hours. While this is usually not a problem, students, faculty or staff members should not leave their vehicles on public streets during vacation periods, or for extended periods of time. Vehicles illegally parked or abandoned may be towed or impounded at the owner's expense. Faculty or staff members needing to park vehicles on campus during a vacation period should contact Campus Safety & Security at 573-592-5555.

Additional or Replacement Hang Tags

Faculty and staff can obtain parking permits from the Campus Information Center, (The Bubble), located in the lower level of Hunter Activity Center. If you are a current faculty or staff member and wish to obtain an additional or replacement parking permit, complete the online request form. Your parking permit will be sent through the campus mail. If you should have any questions, please contact Lori.Anderson@westminster-mo.edu or call 573-592-5018.

Appealing a Parking Ticket

Students, faculty and staff desiring to contest a parking violation must complete the online appeal form within ten (10) days of the violation. Appeals made later than 10 days after the violation will not be considered.

Parking Fines

The schedule of fines for parking violations:
No parking permit $70
Handicap parking $100
Admission Visitor parking $70
Visitor parking $40
Faculty/Staff parking $30
Improper parking $40

Fines are to be paid at the Business Office in Westminster Hall within ten (10) business days of receiving the ticket or it will be placed on an accounts receivable account. Citations for violations will be left on the windshield of the offending vehicle. If a fine is imposed, the amount will be shown on the citation.

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