Answered By: John Kissinger Last Updated: Aug 15, 2016 Views: 457
We would hope that you never get parking tickets as there is plenty of parking on campus. Occasionally, you may have to count on walking a little further to get to your class on certain days when the campus is very crowded.
Unpaid tickets will result in a hold being placed on your student records. A hold means that you will be unable to register for classes, get your grades or get academic transcripts until the tickets are paid. A hold is pretty serious business. Please take care of your tickets and get the hold removed as soon as possible.
Parking policies and penalties are discussed on page 21 of the CCGA student handbook. (See Link Below)
Motor Vehicles/Vehicle Registration
All students (credit and non-credit) MUST register their vehicles. Credit students may obtain a permit at the Bursar's Office. Additional cars may be registered by buying an additional permit. The parking decal must be affixed to and visible from the rear of the vehicle. It may be applied to the rear window, bumper, or body of the registered vehicle. The decal number must be visible. If, for some reason, the student must drive an unregistered vehicle, he/she should obtain a temporary permit at the Bursar's Office before parking.
Those who do not have a parking decal on their vehicles will be ticketed. Students driving vehicles other than their own should obtain temporary decals from the Business Office or the Library. (See Motor Vehicle/Parking Regulations.) Camden Center students may purchase parking decals for the Brunswick campus in the Camden Center office.
Parking is available in the large, paved lot east of the Student Center and in the unreserved spaces in the lot west of the Howard Coffin Building. Parking in the small lot in front of the library is restricted to library patrons and campus visitors. Students with a disability should contact the Office of Disability Services for information regarding special parking privileges. Parking is not permitted in drives, roadways, sidewalks, crosswalks, or yellow curb areas. Parking on grass is permissible only in a clearly marked and specifically designated temporary lots. Traffic flow directions are clearly marked.