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Parking for Visitors

All visitors to Shepherd University are required to obtain and properly display in their vehicle a parking decal for the current academic year in order to park on campus.

Temporary visitor permits are available at the Shepherd University Police Department, located at Moler Hall, for those visiting campus. Visitors will need to bring a valid vehicle registration and driver’s license to the Police Department Parking Services office upon arrival to campus to obtain a pass.  Vehicles must be registered with the University Police in order park on campus and will be permitted to park in H-Lot.

Students and staff who know ahead of time that a visitor is coming to campus may bring a copy  of the visitor’s registration and driver’s license to the University Police Department Parking Services office to receive a temporary pass for the visitor to park in H-Lot.  Acceptable forms of paperwork include a picture (text or email) or photocopy – written text of information will not be accepted.

Campus Parking Map Parking, Vehicle & Grounds Regulations

Wellness Center Patrons

Wellness Center parking permit applications and day passes are issued at the Wellness Center. Parking decals are to be hung from the rearview mirror and be clearly visible from the road.  Wellness Center community member parking is permitted in G-lot non-faculty spaces.  Please note signage.

Local High School Swim Team Members

Parking for members of the local high school swim teams during practices and meets is available in H-lot (free) and G-lot ($35 October-February).  Parking decals for high school swim team members for G-lot may be purchased at the Wellness Center.

Event Parking

Football Game Day Parking & Tailgating

Game day parking and tailgating is orchestrated through the Athletics Department, not the University Police Department.  For policies and information and parking changes for the current season, contact Aaron Ryan, Assistant Athletic Director for External Affairs.

Sporting Event Parking

Weekday: Parking to attend sporting events during the academic weekday is available in H-lot and G-lot (non-faculty/staff)*.  Visitor vehicle registration is not required during the time of the sporting event.  Employees and students are required to adhere to lot restrictions during weekday sporting events.

*Parking during weekday soccer games is permitted at the soccer field parking area as well

Weekend: Parking to attend sporting events during the weekend is without lot restriction or visitor vehicle registration. Universal parking regulations are enforced 24/7.

Non-Sporting Campus Event Parking

Weekday: If not noted in the event advertisement or from the department holding the event, please register your vehicle with the Shepherd University Police Department.

Weekend: Parking to attend campus events during the weekend is without lot restriction or visitor vehicle registration. Universal parking regulations are enforced 24/7.


Lot Enforcement

Lot restrictions are enforced until 4:30pm during the academic week. Universal parking regulations are enforced 24/7

Parking Ticket Payment

In Person:   Pay university parking tickets at the Police Department office, located in Moler Hall 102, within the first 10 days. Administrative office hours are Monday through Thursday from 730 a.m.-530p.m; Friday 7:30am-5pm. Please bring your Rambler or ID, ticket, and payment with you.

Mail:     Payment may also be made via mail with check or money order. Include  ticket number, name (if different than payer of the ticket), and SID (if applicable) of the ticket recipient in the memo.

Over the Phone: Payment may be made via credit card during regular business hours.  Please have the ticket accessible for reference.

Weekend Ticketing

Lot restrictions are not enforced on Saturday and Sunday*; however universal parking regulations are enforced 24/7.  See Parking, Vehicle & Grounds Regulations for complete information.

*B-Lot gates are lowered Saturday night into Sunday.  Parking in B-lot is prohibited from unauthorized vehicles when gates are lowered and violating vehicles may be ticketed.

Parking Ticket Appeal

If you feel that a parking ticket was issued in error, bring the parking ticket in question and any evidence to be considered to the Police Department. There you will fill out an appeal form, which will be submitted to the officers for review. You will be contacted with the decision once it has been made.

Appeals will only be considered when it is believed that the ticket was issued in error. A lost ticket, forgetfulness, parking illegally for a short time, or failure to note signage is not grounds for appeal.

Forms of Payment Accepted at the Shepherd University Police Department Include: Cash, Check or Money Order addressed to Shepherd University, Credit Card, Rambler Card