Pay A Citation Online
Current faculty, staff, and students may pay online by following these steps:
After 10 calendar days a $10.00 late fee will be automatically assessed to any outstanding ticket. Having two or more overdue unpaid citations may result in the immobilization of your vehicle. All fines must be paid to release the vehicle.
Applicable to faculty, staff, and students only
|General parking violations
|Reserve space violations
|Disabled space violations
|Immobilization "Boot" fee
How to Appeal Your Citation
The purpose of the appeal procedure is to provide Faculty/Staff, Students and Visitors with a channel for the administrative settlement of a parking citation. All appeals must be submitted within ten (10) calendar days of the citation issue date.
In addition to providing the appellant with the opportunity of having an appeal heard and considered, this procedure will assist Parking Services Division by providing additional means for internal resolution of issues and improving lines of communication. The Traffic Appeals Board shall consider any facts or evidence, which is relevant to its determination of the appeal. Lack of parking spaces or the failure of others to observe regulations shall not be valid defenses to violation of the University’s parking and traffic regulations.
University Parking Citations Appeals Board
The University Parking Citations Appeals Board consists of six members who are appointed by the University President for two-year staggered terms. The membership of the Board shall include two representatives from student government, one faculty member, one Administrative and Professional employee, one Support Personnel employee and one additional member appointed at large by the President. The University Parking Citations Appeals Board shall have the authority to hear and resolve appeals of University parking infractions including cases of permit revocation.