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The Police Department at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey continues its efforts to ease campus parking concerns for residential and commuting students, faculty and staff, visitors and guests. These regulations are in effect this academic year and are designed to improve parking conditions on campus for everyone. Your cooperation is essential to help facilitate and improve campus parking conditions.
Commuters Parking Regulations
Commuting students, faculty, staff and visitorscan park in lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and designated sections of lot 7, or any of the A & S overflow lots at Circle and Waterway Drive. The North Lot (located by the Pomona Road entrance) is for overflow parking and commuting students, faculty, staff and visitors may park there between 8am and 11pm. A campus shuttle is available from the North Lot to the main campus between 8am and 11pm.
Currently, there is no fee to park on campus and there are no parking permits/stickers required for commuting students, visitors, faculty and staff.
The Stockton College Police Department has authority to enforce parking regulations on campus. We ask that commuting students, visitors, faculty and staff to refrain from parking in areas designated for our residential students. Parking citations will be issued for that violation. For your safety, all vehicles are prohibited from parking on all campus roadways except as otherwise designated. Please park only in designated parking spaces and do not block any other vehicle. Vehicles parked in a hazardous manner will receive a summons and be towed at the owner’s expense. Any vehicle parked in a handicapped space without a valid permit will be issued summons and may be towed at the owner’s expense. If you have any questions or concerns, please call the police department at 609-652-4390 or extension 4390.
Residential Students Parking Regulations
All Housing 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and Seaview residential students must register their vehicles online at Go Portal/HousingNET and obtain a parking permit at the following Residential Life Office locations:
Housing 2, 3: A-100 Office
Housing 1, 4, and 5: Housing 4, Building 82, Suites 3 and 4
Seaview Residents: Seaview Residential Life Office.
All Permits are valid for one academic year, and must bepermanently affixed to the outside of the driver’s side rear window of their vehicle.
Please note:Parking Permits for housing 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and Seaview are also available at the Police Department, Monday thru Friday 8 AM to 5 PM. Please call ahead at 609-652-4379 to ensure someone is available to assist you.
Residential Parking Regulations:All Residential Students must keep their vehicles parked within their respective residential parking areas between 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday.
Residents of Housing 2 and 3are required to park in the designated section of Lot 7 only.
Only registered vehicles displaying properly affixed residential permits may park in lot 7.
Residents of Housing 1, 4, and 5are required to use residential parking lots in those respective housing areas. Only registered vehicles displaying properly affixed residential permits may park in the Housing 1, 4, and 5 parking lots, which also include the North, South, and West parking lots.
Residents of Seaviewmust park in the lot designated "Private Parking" adjacent to the Pine Wing 100 level.
Residents of housing 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 are strictly prohibited from parking in the main academic lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and designated section of lot 7, or any of the A & S overflow lots at Circle Dr. and Waterway Drive. Between 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday when school is in session.
Seaview and Residential Students of housing 1, 4 and 5 are strictly prohibited from parking in section of lot 7 markedResident Parking Only.
Temporary Vehicle use:If the vehicle you have registered cannot be utilized for any reason, and you utilize a different/temporary vehicle, you must register this vehicle as a "guest" vehicle and follow the guest vehicle policy.
Guests of Residential Students
All guests MUST be registered by a residential student if they are in a residential area after 10 PM and have the guest pass in their possession at all times, and also ensure they have a guest vehicle permit which should be displayed on the driver side dashboard when parked in the designated visitor’s parking lot. Residential student may complete this process for their guest online at GO PORTAL/HOUSINGNET.
All guests of Housing 1, 4, 5 residential students MUST PARK in theNorth Lot only.
All guests of Housing 2 and 3 residential students MUST PARK in lot 6, or any properly marked parking spaces for commuter/visitors.
The Campus Police vigorously enforce these regulations and issue citations payable at the Bursar’s Office for a violation of any these parking regulations. Traffic summonses issued for violations of Title 39 are payable at the Galloway Township Municipal Court.
For questions visit the PARKING FAQ on the Police Department’s web site. Also Parking Appeals form can be foundhere. If you have any questions, you may e-mail the Parking Appeals Board at firstname.lastname@example.org
A Residential Student from Housing 1, 4, and 5who wish to visit their friends in Housing 2 or 3 must park in lot 6 or any valid spaces for visitors/ commuter after the hours of 5:00 PM and must be removed from the parking lot before 8:00 AM the following day.
A Residential Student of Housing 2 or 3 who wish to visit their friends in Housing 1, 4, 5must park in the NORTH LOT ONLY at all times.
Seaview residents visiting housing 1thru 5must follow the guest and parking restrictions for housing 1 thru 5.
Handicappedresidential students must register their vehicle on the GO PORTAL/HousingNet and display a residential parking permit, but are exempt from this regulation with the proper display and use of a valid Handicapped parking tag.
If your housing privilege has been revokedyou must remove the parking permit/sticker immediately. When your housing privilege is reinstated you must contact the Residential Life office or police department to obtain a new permit/sticker.
If you were a campus resident in the fall semester and are now living off campus, you must remove permit/sticker immediately to avoid receiving a citation.
Laurel Lane and Osprey Walkare only for service and emergency vehicles and are not parking or drop-off areas. Student vehicles are prohibited from that area. The Lakeside Center parking lot (between Housing 1 B-C Courts) is only for properly permitted handicapped students and service vehicles.
Designated "Drop-off" areas:are established by posted signage in Housing 5 parking lots. A maximum 15 minute drop-off/pick up is allowed.
Parking Permit must be permanently affixed to the outside rear window on the driver side of their vehicle, as shown in the above picture.
PARKING ON THE GRASS OR DIRT WHICH IS NOT A DESIGNATED PARKING AREA IS STRICTLY PROHIBITTED!
It is your obligation to check your Bursar’s account regularly.
The Campus Police vigorously enforce these regulations and issue citations payable within 10 days at the Bursar's Office for a violationof any of these parking regulations. Traffic summonses issued for violations of Title 39 are payable at the Galloway Township Municipal Court. For questions visit the PARKING FAQ on the police department’s web site. The Parking Citation Appeals Form can also be found here. If you have any questions, you may email the Parking Appeals Board at email@example.com
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