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Parking Lots Available to Grad/SCE Students

Parking is available to degree seeking graduate and SCE students WITH parking permits in the following lots AFTER​ 3:30pm:

 

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Apply for Parking Pass​​
PLEASE NOTE: When applying​​​ for a parking pass using a Mac Computer, you must use Chrome or Firefox. Safari is not ​compatible​ with the parking pass system.



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Graduate / School of Continuing Education (SCE) / Adjunct​ Parking

​​​​​​​​​​​​​Parking Permits

2016-2017 COMING SOON

All Graduate and SCE students, as well as Adjunct Faculty and Special Lecturers, are eligible to park on campus at no cost, but only after applying for and receiving a parking sticker. These stickers will be valid for the academic school year.

Parking and operating a motor vehicle, on the Providence College campus, is a privilege, not a right, and constitutes acceptance by the individual of the responsibility to ensure that his or her vehicle is neither parked nor operated in violation of any of the College regulations.

A parking permit allows a student to park on campus, but does not guarantee a parking space. 

All Graduate and SCE students, as well as Adjunct Faculty and Special Lecturers, are able to register on line on August 15, 2016, for the new academic year 2016 - 2017.

Passes will be mailed to the home address specified on the application.

PLEASE NOTE: 

The application can be done from any computer and no longer requires the use of an on-campus computer.  We do NOT charge for a permit.

All mandatory fields must be completed so that the application process can successfully proceed.  Print and retain the voucher (final page in application process) for your records.

IMPORTANT:  Permits can only be obtained through the below link and will be issued by the Office of Safety and Security.

APPLY FOR A PARKING PASS​

Stickers must be placed on the lower left part of the driver’s side windshield.  The sticker is not to be removed or transferred.  A replacement sticker may be obtained for a newly purchased vehicle or a replacement windshield at the Office of Safety and Security.

Where to Park (Grad/SCE lots and access points)

View Campus Parking Map​

After 3:30 p.m., Graduate and SCE students will be allowed to park in the following parking areas:

From Huxley Avenue

  • Slavin Center Lot
  • Lennon Parking Garage (after 3:45 p.m.)
  • Anderson Parking Garage

From Eaton Street

  • Smith Lot

From River Avenue

  • Library Parking Lot (after 4:30 p.m.)
  • Harkins Hall Circle (after 4:30 p.m.)
  • Ruane Lot (after 4:30 p.m.)
  • Albertus Magnus Lot  (after 4:30 p.m.)

From Wardlaw Avenue

  • Wardlaw Lot
  • Alumni Hall Lot

Parking Regulations

Parking Tickets

Parking violations are classified as major or minor infractions.   Both categories carry fines ranging from $10.00 to $50.00.  A vehicle immobilization or “Boot” violation is $100.00

Ticket Payments or Disputes

All fines must be paid within seven days of issue.  Fines can be mailed or paid in person at the Office of Safety & Security, during the hours of 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. If you choose to dispute the violation, ticket disputes will be heard Monday through Friday, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm and 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm only.

“Booting” / Towing

All illegally parked vehicles are subject to be “Booted” or towed.  Providence College is not responsible for damage to a vehicle during towing and storage.  Vehicles parked on campus or on College owned property may be “Booted” or towed at the owner’s expense when:

  • Vehicle is blocking the flow of traffic, causing a hazard.
  • Vehicle is parked in a handicapped zone or fire lane.
  • Vehicle is in violation of RI motor laws.
  • Vehicle has (3) outstanding parking infractions
  • Vehicle is not authorized for campus parking

Snow Emergencies

Due to inclement weather, students and faculty/staff are advised to call the weather line at 865-1012 for information regarding school closings and class cancellations.  In the event of a snow emergency, vehicles need to be moved and students and faculty/staff must listen to the snow line instructions in order to know when plowing will be conducted in each parking lot. ​