Please note the parking and driving regulations in place throughout campus. If you have any questions, please contact Campus Safety at ext. 6300.
- The roadway and various parking lots throughout campus have designated areas that are “Yellow Zones”. These are restricted areas and vehicles are not allowed to park at these locations.
- Pillars Drive is "ONE WAY" all the way down to Shannon Hall's parking lot.
- The entrance to Circle Drive in front of Shannon Hall is now "ONE WAY."
- The Faculty/Staff Parking Lot of Johnson Hall/Crown Center is "ONE WAY."
- The Upper Parking Lot near the PAC is designated "Commuter Parking."
- No vehicles are to pass the "Yellow Zone" in the lower parking lot behind Stone Hall onto the patio area of Stone Hall.
Vehicles may be ticketed for the following reasons:
- Parked in a handicapped, visitor or reserved area without appropriate permit
- Parked in or blocking a fire lane, yellow/loading zone or emergency entrance
- Obstructing a pedestrian walkway, parking lot entrance or building entrance
- Parked on a sidewalk or any grassy area
- Any motor vehicle determined to have been abandoned (not displaying a state license plate or state inspection or a plate or inspection permit that has expired)
- Vehicles impeding snow removal, maintenance or construction work
- Vehicles parked along any college roadway (excluding maintenance or vendors when applicable)
- Impounded/booted vehicles exceeding the 48-hour limit (see boot policy)
- Disabled vehicles illegally parked
- Parking on campus after parking privileges have been revoked
- Any vehicle parked in an unsafe manner or that is restricting traffic or creating a traffic hazard
- If the responsible party, when notified by Campus Safety to move a vehicle does not accomplish the move within the specified time
The enforcement of parking violations for parking in a fire lane, blocking the road, parking on the grass, handicap zones, yellow zones and special designated "reserved parking" are 24 hours a day. During the week, open parking throughout campus starts at 5 p.m. and ends at 7 a.m. On the weekend open parking begins Friday at 5 p.m. and ends Monday morning at 7 a.m.
Any vehicle parked in violation of the parking regulations is subject to towing without notice. All parking fines and charges for towing and storage are the responsibility of the owner/driver of the vehicle and must be paid before the vehicle will be released. Culver-Stockton assumes no responsibility for damages to the vehicle either during towing or storage.
To have your vehicle released from storage you must first pay any parking fines owed to Culver-Stockton. You will then be given a paid receipt to present to the towing company at which time you will be required to pay any towing and or storage charges.
Campus Safety will place a wheel boot on vehicles for the following reasons:
- Accounts associated with five or more citations in any one semester.
- Vehicles failing to register and/or display a current C-SC parking permit who have received two or more citations in any 30-day period.
Procedure for boot removal will be as follows:
- All parking fines, plus a $25 boot-removal fee, must be paid and the paid receipt presented to Campus Safety prior to the boot being removed.
- If the driver or responsible party has not made arrangements to have the boot removed within 48 hours, the vehicle is subject to towing and all fees incurred (including purchase of permit and boot-removal fee).
All students and employees wishing to utilize campus parking are required to display a current parking permit. Regular student parking permits are $50. A second vehicle can be registered for $10. All student stickers are renewed annually.
There are two classifications of parking: Faculty/Staff, hanging permit required; and Resident/Commuter Student, sticker permit required. Faculty/Staff lots will be designated as such. Parking permits can be purchased online using your MyCulver account. Once a parking permit has been purchased, students can obtain their parking permits onsite at the assistant director’s office, located at Crown Center 201.
Temporary parking permits will be issued by Campus Safety on an as-needed basis and only for a period not to exceed seven days. Until the temporary permit is properly displayed in the vehicle, it will be treated as a vehicle parked without a permit and will be fined accordingly. Temporary permits will not be issued to unregistered vehicles.
Flashers may be used when a student has contacted Campus Safety in an emergency only (i.e. accident or illness).
If a ticket is issued involving policy or enforcement ambiguity, a detailed appeal stating how the vehicle was not in violation of a parking regulation should be filed within 3 days (72 hours) of the violation. Appeals can be completed online by accessing your MyCulver account. All parking appeals are heard by a student parking appeals committee that meets monthly.
Designated parking for visitors is available at several locations. There is visitor parking available on the west side of Henderson Hall and the south side of Johann Library. Visitors should contact Campus Safety for a visitor parking pass.
Parking on campus without a permit: $40
Parking in a wrong area: $40
Parking in visitor, loading/yellow zone: $40
Parking in handicapped space without a permit: $100