Parking Regulations & Citations
Anyone who uses the College parking facilities are required to abide by Manhattan College parking regulations, instructions given by Public Safety personnel and vehicle traffic signs. Disregarding parking regulations or directions of a College official may result in the loss of parking privileges, citations and/or being towed away at the owner’s expense.
Prohibited Parking Actions:
- Parking in a campus fire lane or blocking a fire hydrant. All campus roads are considered fire lanes and must be clear at all times. (Note: the Horan Hall service road is considered a fire lane).
- Parking in handicapped spaces without authorized hang tag.
- Parking in an unauthorized area.
- Blocking other vehicles.
- Parking an unregistered vehicle on campus. Campus registered vehicles may also be subject to tow away if parked in a restricted area or blocking other vehicles.
- Tampering with or removing a college parking permit without permission.
- Resale of a parking permit.
- Involvement with the production or use of a forged parking permit.
- Displaying an expired decal or an unauthorized parking sign.
Any violation of the aforementioned parking permit regulations or directives may result in suspension/loss of parking privileges and/or subject you to College disciplinary action.
Citations & Late Fees
Citations may be issued for parking violations. Parking fine appeals must be submitted in writing, to the Public Safety Office within 20 days of receipt. Any appeals made after 20 days of issuance will not be considered for review. Fines are to be paid using the "Pay Parking Ticket" link below within 20 days of issuance of ticket. After 20 days, a $10 late fee will be assessed on each violation. A Public Safety hold is placed on the student account until payment is received. Public Safety holds may delay student affairs such as class registration and receiving a College diploma. NOTE: Public Safety holds are removed within 1 business day from payment date.
All employees with Manhattan College parking permits may park in the Draddy, Leo, Lower Forecourt, Jasper, RLC and the Broadway parking facility (levels 1-3 for “E” permits and levels 4-5 for 24-hr “EB” permits). See posted parking lot operating hours. The College reserves the right to restrict parking to accommodate special events on campus. Employees without 24-hr permits who intend to remain on campus past 2 a.m. are required to obtain a temporary overnight permit at the Public Safety Office.
All students with Manhattan College parking permits may park in the 240th Street parking lot and the Manhattan College parking facility (levels 1-3 for commuter “G” permits and levels 4-5 for 24-hr “B” permits). See posted parking lot operating hours. From 4:30 p.m. to 2 a.m., students with permits are authorized to park in faculty and staff areas. The College reserves the right to restrict parking to accommodate special events on campus. Commuter students with permits who intend to remain on campus past 2 a.m. are required to obtain a temporary overnight permit at the Public Safety Office.
Temporary Permits & Parking Permit Decals
When an employee or student’s College-registered vehicle is being repaired, the student must obtain a temporary parking permit for the non-College registered vehicle at the Public Safety Office.
If a vehicle does not have a decal affixed, the vehicle will NOT be permitted to make use of the parking facility unless a visitor's parking fee of $10 per day is paid at the Student Financial Services Office. You must receive proper form from the Public Safety Office before payment can be made. Payments can be made between 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m Monday - Friday. Overnight parking is permitted between the hours of 12 a.m. and 7 a.m. and the fee is an additional $10 per night. Vehicles must be registered at the Public Safety Office during office hours to obtain this parking privilege.
During intersession/spring break or when classes are not in session, the Broadway parking facility and other general parking lots may be temporary closed. Please contact the Public Safety Office for further parking instructions.
Parking in the Neighborhood
Fieldston is a private residential area, where public parking is prohibited by law. Violation is considered trespassing and can result in a $5,000 fine. Vehicles in violation will be towed.
Please note: Manhattan College assumes no responsibility for loss or damage to your vehicle or property. This includes accidents or theft while your vehicle is on campus property. Secure your vehicle and property. Any vehicle parked in violation of College parking regulations is subject to fines and towing.