Resident Student Permit Waiver
Reasons to Request a Waiver
- Off-campus employment – The student will need to submit the most recent pay stub with an address which must be further than five miles from the campus. In addition, if a waiver is awarded, a pay stub must be submitted to the Parking Office by the 10th of each month as proof of continued employment
- Medical or Disability Services Need – Applicants with accessibility issues or medical conditions that necessitate parking a vehicle on campus should contact the Dean of Student’s Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) concurrent to submitting a waiver with corroborating documentation.
- Extreme Transportation Need – Any other transportation need deemed valid by the review committee. Having a car for convenience does not qualify for this exception.
Waiver Review Process
Application forms will be reviewed by a committee comprised of student representatives, faculty, and staff. Applications must be submitted by the student intending to use the permit. Documentation to support the request is required.
Committee decisions will be emailed via campus email to waiver applicants no later than six weeks from the date the application was submitted.
Consequences for Waiver Application Fraud
Applications must be submitted by the student intending to use the permit. First-year students who obtain a parking permit by providing falsified information, as well as upperclassmen who attempt to purchase a permit for first-year resident students or other restricted classes, will have future parking privileges revoked and may face further action under the Student Conduct Process.
First Year Resident Parking Permit Waiver Request