August 2014 – Mount Ida College is introducing a new campus-wide parking plan for fall 2014, with the goal of providing safe, orderly, and convenient parking for students, employees, and visitors to our campus. We strive to make parking on campus as convenient as possible, while promoting safe movement of vehicles, providing for pedestrian safety, and assuring free and continuous access to buildings and walkways for pedestrians and emergency vehicles. New, color-coded parking signage will identify the updated parking area designations.
Effective September 5, 2014, new parking regulations will be implemented for the purpose of establishing a more efficient and organized use of parking spaces.
Vehicles on campus (day or evening) must be registered with Mount Ida’s Campus Police Department and must display a valid permit. Please go directly to the Campus Police Department to obtain a parking permit.
Please read below for our FAQ on new campus parking procedures:
Q: Will I still be able to use my current parking pass after September 2014?
A: No. Effective September 15, 2014, any previously issued parking tags will not be considered valid.
Q: Will students need to apply and register for parking each year?
A: Effective September 2014, students will be required to apply and register for parking annually.
Q: Will there be specific parking designations for resident students, commuter students and faculty/staff?
A: Yes. Campus Police will issue new parking permits with specific designations for resident students, commuter students and faculty/staff. Parking spaces will be designated and clearly marked based on these three permit types. Parking designations will be strictly enforced.
Q: Where will resident student parking area designations be located on campus?
A: Resident student parking permits will allow a resident student to park in any of the lots by Chapman, Malloy, Wingate, as well as the roadway adjacent to Trustee Field. Resident parking will be identified by red signs.
Q: Where will commuter student parking area designations be located on campus?
A: Commuter student parking permits will allow a commuter student to park in the Longfellow, NEI, and Veterinary Technology lots, as well as the roadway that runs from Halden to the NEI building. Commuter parking will be identified by orange signs.
Q: What is the parking registration procedure for faculty and staff?
A: Faculty and staff must register for parking on or before September 5, 2014.
Q: Where will faculty and staff parking area designations be located on campus?
A: Faculty and staff parking permits will allow an employee to park in the Holbrook lot, the field side of the Shaw Middle Road adjacent to the lower field, Halden, Miller, Appleton, School of Design and designated spaces in the NEI parking lot. Faculty/staff parking will be identified by green or orange signs.
Q: Will there be designated areas for guests and visitors?
A: Yes. Visitor and guest parking will be in the Campus Center lot.
For questions or concerns regarding parking permits and parking assignments, please contact Campus Police at email@example.com.