Where Can I Get My Parking Permit?
You will receive your parking permit when you attend orientation before starting classes. The first parking permit is free. If you need an additional permit, or you have lost your original, you must first go to the Business Office, pay a $2.50 replacement charge, bring the receipt to the Campus Safety office, and we will issue you the permit.
Can I Have a Motorcycle on Campus?
Yes. However, keeping the student parking permit on your motorcycle will be difficult. Therefore, you are required to come into the Campus Safety office with the color, make, model and license plate for your motorcycle so it can be registered.
How do I Display My Parking Permit?
Parking permits must always be displayed while on campus, in plain sight either on the rear view mirror or on the driver’s side dash board (unobstructed from view). Failure to properly display your parking permit may result in a parking ticket (see fine schedule) or towing at the owner’s expense.
How Many Permits Can I Get?
The first permit is free. If you need an additional permit, or you have lost your original, you must first go to the Business Office, pay a $2.50 replacement charge, bring the receipt to the Campus Safety office, and we will issue you the permit.
Temporary parking permits are available for those who may have a vehicle on campus for a limited number of days (loaner vehicles, etc.) and may be obtained from the Campus Safety Office.
Where Can I Park?
Commuter students may park in any unreserved parking space on campus while attending classes. Students may not use “Visitor Parking” (in front of the Welcome Center), “Employee Parking”, or “Residence Hall Parking” at any time or for any reason.
Residence Hall Students may only park in their designated Residence Hall parking lot. Students may not use “Visitor Parking”, “Employee Parking”, or park in the commuter parking lots at any time. Parking near your hall is on a first-come first-serve basis. While Baker College attempts to provide convenient parking, living in a residence hall does not guarantee you a parking space next to your hall. Residence Hall students are only allowed one vehicle on campus. Vehicles must remain in running condition and must be removed during breaks.
Faculty and Staff must use the employee parking lots designated in the gated lot or on the south side of campus by the gym during the Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters. Faculty and staff may also park in the northwest parking lot (by C-Wing) on the side closest to the road. Faculty and Staff may not park in the Visitor Parking lot at any time or for any reason.
Handicap Spaces are clearly marked and are provided for anyone possessing a valid Handicap Permit. Permits must be displayed prominently. Anyone using a handicap space without a valid permit is subject to a $50.00 parking fine. If you are entitled to handicap parking, you must obtain a valid permit prior to using the space.
All vehicles in the parking lot must be in working order. They must be able to start and be moved. This includes tire maintenance. Disabled vehicles must be immediately reported to the Campus Safety office and plans made for their removal.
Vehicle maintenance and repair may NOT occur in any campus parking lot.
Can I Leave My Vehicle Here Overnight or During Break?
Vehicles cannot be left in the parking lots overnight or during breaks without special permission from the Campus Safety Office.