Parking Regulations | NGU Parking

2015-2016 

Important Notice 

Due to construction and policy changes at North Greenville University, North Greenville University Campus Security reserves the right to change or add to these Parking Regulations to better accommodate parking and traffic for students, faculty, staff and visitors at any time. Proper e-mail and other notices will be made before these changes take effect.

These regulations are applicable to all members of the campus community, including students, faculty, staff, and visitors.

Parking Color Codes

Below is a list of the different colored lines you will see on campus and what they mean.

 White Lines: student parking. Any student may park in this space so long as it is within a lot they are permitted to park in (for a detailed explanation of what permit type allows a student to park in what lots, see Where can I park?).

 Yellow Lines: faculty/staff parking. Students are not permitted to park in yellow spaces between 7:30am and 5:30pm. Students may park in yellow spaces from 6:00am until 7:30am or after 5:30pm. However, students are not allowed to leave their cars parked in yellow spaces after curfew (Sunday-Thursday: midnight, Friday-Saturday 1:00am).

 Blue Lines: state-mandated handicapped parking. Only those with state-issued handicapped permits, plaques, or license plates may park in blue spaces (note: an appropriate NGU-issued parking permit should also be displayed). Those with temporary medical permits issued by Campus Security are not allowed to park in state-mandated handicapped spaces (for questions about temporary medical permits, see Where can I park?).

 Red Lines/Curbs: fire lanes and no-parking zones. No parking is permitted in zones with red lines or curbs. Those who choose to park in red line areas will be ticketed.

Special Reserved Spaces

There are several special reserved spaces around campus. These spaces are marked with a sign and are unavailable for students, faculty, staff, or visitors at all times. These spaces include, but are not limited to:

 Dr. Pannellís (Interim Presidentís) Space

 Chairman of the Board of Trusteeís Space

 Marked spaces at Younts Football Stadium

 Spaces reserved for Student Life employees in the dorm areas (marked by yellow lines and/or signs)  

Visitor/Guest Spaces

There are several spaces around campus that are reserved for visitors and guests to specific facilities, such as in front of Hayes Ministry Center and Turner Chapel. These spots are reserved only for off-campus visitors/guests of those departments and are unavailable to students, faculty, and staff at all times.

Chapel Speaker Spots

The Chapel Speaker Space is reserved for the Chapel Speaker on Monday and Wednesday mornings. All other times, this space should be treated as a visitor or guest space.

Purchasing a Parking Permit

All students, staff, and faculty members are required to have a parking permit.

Faculty and Staff

Permits are available for faculty and staff members at no charge at the Campus Security office. Faculty and staff members may have as many permits as needed.

Students

Students are required to purchase a parking permit each school year. Permits are issued from August 1 of the first calendar year (i.e. 2016) through July 31 of the second calendar year of the school year (i.e. 2017). At this time, single-semester or half-year permits are not available.

There is a parking permit fee of $65.00. Students who wish to have two cars on campus may do so, but must purchase a second permit at the Campus Security Office. The charge for a second permit is $10.00. If two students are members of the same household, they may purchase a primary permit for one student for $65.00 and the other a secondary permit for $10.00. Students wishing to purchase two permits in this manner must either be siblings residing in the same home or married students. Any student under 18 years of age at the time of enrollment must discuss the parking regulations with a parent or guardian at the time a permit is purchased.

If a student wishes to purchase his or her permit with a credit or debit card, visit https://www.permitsales.net/NGU. If a student is unable to purchase his or her permit with a credit or debit card, a parking permit may be purchased with cash or check at the Campus Security Office located at 23 Wingo St. (behind Todd Dining Hall).

If a student serves as a Resident Assistant ("RA") or Resident Coordinator ("RC"), he or she is entitled to one free permit. If an RA or RC wishes to have two vehicles on campus, a second permit may be purchased for $10.00.

Student vehicles with a North Greenville "NU" vanity license plate (see picture) are required to register their vehicles with Campus Security and are entitled to receive one free parking permit. 3

By purchasing or accepting a permit, a student is acknowledging that he or she understands and agrees to abide by the parking regulations. Furthermore, he or she agrees that failure to obey regulation will result in a ticket for which he or she will be financially responsible.

In the event a student is unable to purchase a permit due to financial difficulties, a student may bring documentation of that difficulty to the Campus Security Office in order to make other arrangements for purchasing a parking permit. All requests will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

Where can I park?

Please find your permit type below to determine where you may park on campus.

A (Auxiliary) Parking Permits:

A permits are issued to the ladies living in Chinq. 4, Chinq. 8, Chinq. 12, Chinq. 14, and Chinq. 100. Students with an A permit may park in the lot at their respective houses, or in the white spaces on the left of the entrance to Student Services Dr. These spots are marked with signs that denote them as Auxiliary parking.

BA (Brashier) Parking Permits:

BA permits are issued to the ladies living in Brashier Apartments, Vandiver Res. Hall, and Martin Res. Hall. Students with a BA permits may park in the white spaces around the perimeter of the "Old Tennis Court" Lot, the Younts Fitness Center Lot, the Brashier Loop, and the Self/Trustee/Horton-Tingle/Emery Lot.

C (Commuter) Parking Permits:

C permits are issued to all commuter students. Students with a C permit may park in the Commuter Lot around and behind the Averyt-Wood Classroom Building and Hayes Ministry Center, the Gravel Einsteinís Lot, the white spaces in the Billingsley Theater Lot, Tigerville Baptist Church Lot, Tuttle Clinic Overflow Lot, the interior spaces in the "Old Tennis Court" Lot, the white spaces on either side as you enter the Younts Fitness Center Lot, and the general overflow area of the Self/Trustee/Horton-Tingle/Emery Lot. Note that vehicles with C permits are not allowed to be left on campus later than curfew (Sunday-Thursday midnight, Friday-Saturday 1:00am) without making prior arrangements with Campus Security.

CC (Crusader Court) Parking Permits:

CC permits are issued to the male residents living in Crusader Court, Marshall Res. Hall, and Georgia Res. Hall. Students with a CC parking permit may park in the white spaces in the Crusader Court Lots, the Georgia Res. Hall Lot, the Crusader Court Overflow Lot at the Crusader Court entrance to Younts Stadium, the Younts Fitness Center Lot (but not Brashier Loop), and the general overflow area of the Self/Trustee/Horton-Tingle Emery Lot.

CH (Commuter Housing) Parking Permits:

CH permits are issued to male residents living in the areas designated as commuter housing, which includes the Wood Houses, Blackwell Houses, West Crain Houses, the McKinney House, and male Chinquapin Houses. Students with CH permits may park in the same areas designated for those with C permits as well as the parking areas around their respective houses. Please note that Commuter Housing and Auxiliary Housing are not the same thing.

DE (Dual Enrollment) Parking Permits:

DE permits are issued to duel enrollment students. Students with DE permits may park in the same areas designated for those with C permits.

F (Female) Parking Permits:

F permits are issued to the ladies living in Unit A, Unit B, Unit C, JR Howard Res. Hall, Cline Res. Hall, Hartness Res. Hall, Self Res. Hall, Trustee Res. Hall, Horton-Tingle Res. Hall, Emery Res. Hall, Roberson Res. Hall, Simpson Res. Hall, Howard Res. Hall, Wingo 101, and Wingo 207. Students with an F permit may park in the Tuttle Clinic Overflow Lot, the gravel JR Howard Lot, the Bruce Lot, the white spaces facing JR Howard/Cline/Hartness Res. Halls, the white spaces in the small lot between Howard Res. Hall and Self/Trustee Res. Halls, the Roberson Lot, the Self/Trustee/Horton-Tingle/Emery Lot, the white spaces around Wingo 101, the white spaces around and driveway of Wingo 207, and the white spaces around the perimeter of the "Old Tennis Court" Lot.

Faculty/Staff Parking Permits:

Faculty/Staff permits are issued to part-time and full-time faculty and staff members of North Greenville University. Faculty and staff with a Faculty/Staff permit are allowed to park in any yellow space convenient to the building in which they work.

FC (Fairview Campus) Parking Permits:

FC permits are issued to students attending classes at the Fairview Campus. Students with an FC permit may park in any white space in the parking lot at the Fairview Campus.

M (Male) Parking Permits:

M permits are issued to the male resident students living in Unit D, Unit E, Unit F, Unit G, Bruce Res. Hall, and Anthony Res. Hall. Students with M permits may park in the Tuttle Clinic Overflow Lot, the Bruce Lot, the white spaces facing Anthony Res. Hall, the white spaces around the perimeter of the "Old Tennis Court" Lot, and the general overflow area of the Self/Trustee/Horton-Tingle/Emery Lot.

Motorcycle Permits:

Students who wish to have a motorcycle, "street legal" dirt bike, moped, or motorized scooter on campus must purchase a motorcycle permit. The cost of a motorcycle permit is $65.00 if it your primary vehicle or $10.00 if it is your secondary vehicle. Motorcycles must obey all parking and traffic regulations and should be parked in the studentís designated area (for example, a male student living in Crusader Court should park his motorcycle in the CC parking areas or a female commuter should park her motorcycle in C parking areas). At this time, motorcycle permits are not available for purchase online, but can be purchased directly from the Campus Security office by cash or check.

MW (Male Walking) Parking Permits:

MW permits are issued to the male resident students living in the Foster Circle Houses, Chinquapin Duplexes, and the Yearwood Duplex. Students with MW permits are only allowed to park in the white spaces of the parking area around their respective houses.

PC (Pleasantburg Campus) Permits:

PC permits are issued to students attending classes at the Pleasantburg Campus. Student with a PC permit may park in any white spaces in the parking lot at the Pleasantburg Campus.

*Blue (Temporary Medical) Permits:

Blue permits are issued to students with a temporary or permanent medical condition or issue who do not otherwise qualify for a state-mandated handicapped parking permit, plaque, or tag (such has a broken foot, a temporary illness, etc.). Students wishing to obtain a blue permit may do so by bringing a note from their doctor to the Campus Security office and applying for one. (Note: a blue permit does not negate the need for a current year permit.) Students with a blue permit may park in any legal yellow or white space convenient to the buildings they need to use. However, students with a blue permit may not park in the state-mandated handicapped parking spaces.

Campus Visitors

Faculty, staff, and students who wish to bring a visitor onto campus are responsible for assisting that guest in finding appropriate parking and securing an appropriate parking pass for his or her visitor.

Short-Term/Day Visitors

Short-term visitors/day visitors (those who will not be staying on campus overnight) should come by the Campus Security office and ask for a temporary permit. Visitors may park in any lot designated for Commuters or in front of the residence hall in which the student they are visiting resides.

Overnight Visitors

Overnight visitors should obtain and fill out the Campus Guest Request form from the Office of Student Life. On this form, you will find a section labeled Guest Vehicle Copy. This portion should be placed on the dash on the driverís side of the guestís vehicle and will serve as his or her parking pass while on campus. Guests should park in the dorm area where they are staying.

Tickets Issued by Campus Security

The North Greenville University Campus Security Department is authorized to enforce both campus policy and state law on the property of the university (Ch. 18, Title 40, South Carolina Code). Campus Security is authorized to issue both "campus tickets" and South Carolina Uniform Traffic Tickets ("blue tickets").

Permit Regulations

All parking permits (with the exception of temporary or temporary medical permits) must be adhered to the windshield of the vehicle for which it is registered. Permits should be placed on the front windshield on the driverís side at the bottom and the rear windshield on the driverís side at the bottom. See Pictures Below: