Who must register their vehicle?:
- All students, regardless of program (residential, commuter, ADP, etc).
- All daytime guests of students (parents, friends, family, etc).
- All overnight guests of students (family, friends, etc).
- All faculty and staff.
Where to register your vehicle:
- At the Campus Safety Office, located at 237 Sycamore St. (Taylor House).
- Decals can be obtained from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
(Please note that initial registration at the start of the academic year may be held at another location due to the volume of requests!)
- Residential Students: $50.00 per academic year
- Commuter Students: $20.00 per academic year
- Replacement decal – $5.00 **Proof of State Issued Vehicle Registration for both vehicles required and current year MBU decal returned**
Display of Vehicle Decal:
- When you register your vehicle, you will be given a decal to display on your vehicle. Place the decal on the rear window so that it is on the right hand side when looking at the rear of the vehicle.
- Should you have a guest visiting during daytime hours or guest for overnight, they are required to obtain a Temporary Guest Parking Pass from the Campus Safety Office. These passes can be obtained 24 hours a day/7 days a week. The Guest Pass is to be placed on the dashboard of the guest’s vehicle, so that it is visible from the outside. There is no fee for the Temporary Guest Pass. Students are held responsible for their guests and any parking tickets that they may receive.
- Temporary Guest Passes are not valid for parking in Skyline I, Spencer or any designated Faculty/Staff Parking lot or areas.
Where to Park:
- Freshman Parking: Skyline III; Westmoreland Parking Lot; Tullidge Parking Lot
- Upper Class Residential Student Parking – Residential (sophomore, junior, senior): Skyline I, is reserved for upper class residential student parking. Upper class residential students may also park in any other campus General Parking location except where designated for Faculty/Staff parking.
- Commuter Parking: Commuter Students can park in any area that is marked General Parking.
- General Parking Locations: Skyline II, Skyline III, Westmoreland, Kable Residence Hall, Point Street (by the tennis courts), Tullidge Residence Hall, ADP House, Alumnae House, Coalter House, Kable Street, Physical Activities Center (PAC).
- Faculty/Staff Designated Parking: Grafton Library, Pearce Science Center, Spencer Residence Hall, Student Activities Center (SAC) lot; designated spaces in Skyline II, Kable/Deming, Market St in front of Rose Terrace. Faculty/Staff may also utilize any General Parking location.
With the exception of upper class residential parking only in Skyline I, all campus parking lots are available for student use from the hours of 5 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. Monday through Friday and all time frames on Saturday and Sunday unless otherwise reserved by Campus Safety for a special event.
- No Parking Areas: Students MAY NOT park on any City Streets surrounding MBU Campus. No Parking Area streets include Sycamore St., Vine St., Berkley Place, Coalter St., North Market St., and Prospect St. Students are not allowed to park in the Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Parking Lot or the Saint Francis Church Parking Lot. Students will be issued parking tickets for violations of this policy. Only Upper Class students may park on the metered spaces on East Frederick Street and New Street.
- All Parking Violations fees are $30.00 except for the following:
◦A Fire Lane Violation is $ 50.00
◦Handicap Parking Space Violation is $100.00
- Three (3) parking violations for an unregistered vehicle within the academic year, will result in the loss of parking privileges on Campus for the remainder of the academic year. Upon issuance of the third violation for Unregistered Vehicle, Campus Safety shall immobilize your vehicle with a Parking Boot. An additional fee of $25.00 will be assessed for the removal of the Parking Boot. Any outstanding parking violation fees must also be paid before the Parking Boot is removed. Any vehicle that has been immobilized by a Parking Boot and has remained on campus for three days after receiving the Parking Boot, will be towed and stored off campus at the owner’s expense.
- Five (5) parking violations within an academic year will result in the loss of parking privileges on Campus for the remainder of the academic year. Campus Safety shall immobilize, by use of a Parking Boot, any vehicle parked on campus that is found to have received five Parking Violations within any academic year. An additional fee of $25.00 will be assessed for the removal of the Parking Boot. All outstanding parking violation fees must be paid before the Parking Boot is removed. Any vehicle that has been immobilized by a Parking Boot and has remained on campus for three days after receiving the Parking Boot, will be towed and stored off campus at the owner’s expense.
- Parking Violation fees are due within 7 days of the issue date of the violation notice. Parking Violation fee payments are made in the Campus Safety Office, Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
- Students are responsible for violations committed by their guest or person using their vehicle.
Parking Violation Appeal:
- If you choose to appeal the Parking Violation, the appeal must be made within 7 days of the violation. The Parking Violation Appeal Form is an electronic process through the Maxient Conduct Manager application. The Parking Violation Appeal Form can be found by clicking on the following link: https://cm.maxient.com/reportingform.php?MaryBaldwin&layout_id=5
The Parking Violation Appeal Form can also be accessed by a direct link located on the Campus Safety page or from the Student Life page of the Mary Baldwin University website.
Towing and Emergencies:
- Your vehicle may be towed at your expense for the following reasons:
- Parking in a fire lane
- Blocking service entrances
- Parking in a restricted area, reserved, or no parking area
- Parking an unregistered vehicle on campus
- Having five outstanding parking violations
- A vehicle found to be creating a safety hazard or impeding the movement of other vehicles
- The University is not responsible for any damages occurring due to a tow made as a result of the above violations.
- The University reserves the right to remove any legally parked vehicle if necessary, at the University expense.
MARY BALDWIN UNIVERSITY IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGES TO VEHICLES PARKED ON CAMPUS!