Campus Parking Regulations
Violators of campus parking regulations are subject to fines
Parking is restricted as follows: Monday - Friday (Classes in Session) Days - to vehicles registered at the college, authorized guests and visitors. All daytime students, faculty and Trustees' vehicles are to be registered. A numbered identification tag, provided free of charge, is to be prominently displayed on the corresponding vehicle while parked on college facilities. Replacement of lost or mutilated identification tags can be obtained for a nominal fee at the Student Life Desk, George F. Shepard Student Center.
During the day when college is in session, student parking is permitted in the following areas: Lot #1, Lot #5, Lot #7, Lot #7B, Lot #9, Lot #11, Lot #13, and Lot #14.
During the day when school is in session, the following lots are reserved for the use of faculty and staff only: Lot #4, Lot #6, and Lot #8.
In the evening, all lots are open to faculty, staff, registered students and authorized visitors on a first-come basis.
Bicycles and motorcycles are restricted to spaces specifically designated for their use.
"Be kind - park between the lines": Parking in the lots is permitted only within the stalls. Drivers should be careful to park within the painted lines. Parking is prohibited adjacent to curbing or lanes painted yellow.
Overnight or weekend parking is not permitted. Parking lots are closed after the last evening class and/or college function.
Upper Campus - No vehicles will be driven on the Upper Campus without proper authorization from college authorities.
Off-Campus Parking - Off-campus parking on streets adjacent to and in the area of the college is subject to regulations imposed by the City of Middletown.
Handicapped Parking - Only those persons issued governmental handicapped identification, properly displayed, are eligible to park in spaces reserved for the handicapped. Handicapped parking spaces are reserved exclusively for the handicapped students, faculty, staff and visitors conducting legitimate business, study or recreation activities at the college. Only the person named on the Handicapped Parking Identification may avail themselves of such parking. Any other driver of that vehicle is subject to the parking requirements of the general population. Heavy fines for violators.
Handicapped Parking # of Spaces George F. Shepard Student Center Building Lot #6 4 Harriman Hall (off E. Conklin upper campus) 4 Horton Hall (Concourse behind Horton) 3 Hudson Hall (Inner Campus) 8 Kaplan Garage 13 Morrison Lot #5 14 Orange Hall Lot #1 1 Tower (on Broadway) 5
Dead Battery: call 4600 - Middletown Campus and 9533 - Newburgh Campus.
Keys locked in auto - SORRY - we do not attempt to open doors with the "Slim Jims" as they cause damage to the electrical system - Hint - carry extra key in purse or wallet or attached key to screw that holds your license plate.
Violators will be prosecuted by the City of Middletown pOLICE dEPARTMENT / CITY OF NEWBURGH POLICE DEPARTMENT.
Persons wishing to contest college issued summonses may do so within 10 business days of issuance as follows:
- Students to the Director of Security.
- Faculty/Staff to the Vice President for Administration.
- Parking Lots & Regulations
- Parking Maps
- Promoting Safety
- Safety and Security Resources
- Crime Statistics
- Emergency Management Plan
- Campus Safety Report
EMERGENCY: Ext. 77
1st Floor of Tower Building
Director of Safety and Security
Security Coordinator - Newburgh Campus
1st Floor Tower Building