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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Who are the reserved parking spaces for?

2. Will I get a ticket for parking in the reserved spaces if I am a student?

3. Do I have to put my parking hang tag on the rear-view mirror? Where does a GHC parking decal go?

4. If I have a parking hang tag but have to drive another car will I get a ticket?

5. If I have a temporary injury can I park in the handicapped parking space?

6. When do I have to pay my ticket?

7. What if I disagree with my ticket?

8. What is the speed limit on campus?

9. What do I do if I am involved in a traffic accident on campus?

10. Can Campus Safety help me if my battery is dead or my keys are locked in my car?

11. Can the Campus Safety Department help me locate someone on campus in the event of an emergency?

 

1. Who are the reserved parking spaces for?

A: Faculty and Staff

2. Will I get a ticket for parking in the reserved spaces if I am a student?

A: Yes, and no. You may park in one reserved lot on the Floyd Campus (parking lot F2after 5:30PM during classes, but not in any other campus lot or marked reserved space.

3. Do I have to put my parking hang tag on the rear-view mirror?

A: Yes, unless there is no rear view mirror. On the dash or in a readily viewable place with the numbers showing is acceptable.

Student Parking Decals should be displayed on the left rear window.

4. If I have a hang tag but have to drive another car will I get a ticket?

A: Yes, however, temporary parking permits are available from the Campus Safety Office at no charge.

5.  If I have a temporary injury can I park in the handicapped parking space?

A: No. Only State issued temporary permits or disability license plates can be recognized by law. Contact your local county clerk for a temporary permit.

6. When do I have to pay my ticket?

A: Anytime before the end of the current academic term.

7. What if I disagree with my ticket?

A: Bring the ticket to the Campus Safety Office within 5 days and submit an appeal form. You may appeal within 7 calendar days through the Office of Student Life.

8. What is the speed limit on campus?

A: 15 Miles per hour.

9.  What do I do if I am involved in a traffic accident on campus?

A: Call Campus Safety for assistance.

10. Can Campus Safety help me if my battery is dead or my keys are locked in my car?

A: Yes, we will attempt (with your written permission) to jump start your car or unlock your car.

11. Can the Campus Safety Department help me locate someone on campus in the event of an emergency?

A: Yes, if the person is a current student, faculty or staff member, but we cannot reveal any information regarding students without a prior written authorization due to FERPA regulations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Page last updated: February 24, 2014