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General Parking Information
General Parking Information
Special parking arrangements for large groups are to contact email@example.com
Visitor Parking Information
Visitors may also obtain visitor passes free of charge from the visitor's host or at the University Police Headquarters.
Visitors may park in any unreserved, legal parking space except in the Annapolis Lot. Specially designated visitor spaces are found only in the Hitchins lot, and for Admissions guests, in Lower Pullen Lot.
Visitors ticketed for failing to register a vehicle or display a valid permit must send the violation notice to the University Police Headquarters within 15 days or else they are liable for the ticket.
Visitors are responsible for any other parking citations they may receive.
Student Parking Information
All students may park a motor vehicle in designated lots on campus, upon proper registration.
All vehicles on campus must be registered with the University Police and must display a valid permit.
There is no registration fee for students who reside on campus. Students who do not live on campus must pay a fee when they register their cars in the University and Student Billing Office.
Permits are issued as hang-tags.
Lost or stolen parking permits should be reported to the University Police immediately replacement parking permit will be issued free of charge.
Persons whose vehicles become disabled should call University Police immediately. If the vehicle cannot be moved, a disabled vehicle notice will be placed on the dashboard to prevent a parking ticket from being issued.
What to do if you receive a parking ticket on Frostburg State University:
The University has instituted the following regulations to govern the parking, operation and use of vehicles on the Frostburg State University campus. They are designed to ensure the orderly and safe movement and parking of vehicles at FSU. All persons operating vehicles on campus are required to comply with these provisions.
Click below to view the parking regulation handbook.
Never Get Another Parking Ticket!
No one likes to get a parking ticket, and, in fact, the University Police would prefer not to give them. The complete text of the parking regulations follows, but in as my role as Chief of Police and as a non-voting member of the Parking Appeals Committee, I would like to offer these hints on how to avoid parking tickets:
If you follow these hints, you will avoid the most common parking problems and hopefully not receive a parking ticket. If you do receive a ticket, you should be aware of these additional Business Office procedures:
Best wishes for trouble free parking,
sincerely, Cynthia R. Smith, Chief