- Persons apprehended for operation of vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or other mind-altering drugs will be prosecuted in State Court and turned over to the Judicial Affairs Office.
- Speeding and/or reckless driving charges may be turned over to the local authorities and/or the Judicial Affairs office.
- All fines not paid within the specified time become financial obligations to the university. Staff members and students must pay all fines before they can purchase future permits, clear for graduation, or receive transcripts.
- Vehicles may be towed from campus if they received 5 or more parking citations in a semester whether paid or not. Parking privileges may be revoked for any staff or student who receives more than 3 moving citations per semester or 6 moving citations per academic year. (Academic year is defined as two consecutive semesters.)
- Students or staff who persist in violating these regulations or a violation with aggravated circumstances, will be referred to the appropriate office which could lead to revocation of parking privileges or suspension or dismissal from the university.
- Persons displaying abusive language, discourtesy or disrespect toward University Police, city or state officers, or Parking employees may be turned over to the local authorities and/or to the Judicial Affairs office.
- Individuals receiving five (5) or more tickets in one term may be subject to parking restrictions and possible revocation of parking privileges.
Last updated: 3/29/2018