students at The University of Findlay are permitted to have a motor
vehicle on campus regardless of class standing. All students who wish to
park their vehicles in campus parking lots or on any property owned by
the University must be registered with the Campus Security Office,
located in Lovett Hall.
must be completed within five days of the start of the fall semester,
or within three days of bringing the vehicle campus. The
University assumes no responsibility for vehicles or their contents
while vehicles are parked on University controlled property.
student is responsible for reporting any change of license plate number
within three days of the date on which the new number was changed in
the appropriate state bureau of motor vehicles. A student operating more
than one vehicle must register both vehicles and have a separate
parking permit for each vehicle that is driven.
How to Register Online
Go to http://my.findlay.edu/
and log in using you e-mail user name and password. Click on the UF INTRANET tab, and then click on ONLINE PARKING PERMIT REGISTRATION. Complete the form accurately, and then click SUBMIT. You can then pick up your permit at the Security Office during the first week of classes.
parking hanger must be displayed or hung from the rear view mirror and
face outward. Should the vehicle be missing the rear view mirror, the
permit must be displayed on the dash in a manner that can be readily
seen by Security. a parking sticker must be displayed on motorcycles,
motor bikes, and other types of motor vehicles so that it can be easily
seen. All students must produce a valid student ID card when
campus speed limit is 10 miles per hour. Restricted and reserved
parking areas are so marked. All of the lots are striped to keep the
parking lots orderly. Yellow striped spaces are reserved for faculty and
staff, green stripes are for commuters, and white stripes are for
resident student parking. Commuters may park in white striped stalls if green are filled.
responsibility of finding a legal parking space rests with the vehicle
operator. Lack of space is not considered a valid excuse for violation
of these regulations.
Traffic Violations and Fines
unregistered vehicles on The University of Findlay property after the
first week of classes without a valid parking permit will be subject to
towing. The first parking violation will be considered a warning (except Handicap and Fire Lane Violations). The
second violation will result in a fine. Should anyone wish to appeal a
parking violation, they must contact Campus Security within five days at
X4799, X4601, or off campus at 419-434-4799 or 419-434-4601.
The following fines will be imposed:
- $50 - Parking in a handicap parking space
- $50 - Reckless operation of motor vehicle
- $50 - Fire Lane, second violation vehicle towed or booted
- $50 - Blocking Code Blue Phone + vehicle towed or booted, no exceptions
- $30 - Failure to register and properly display
- $30 - Parking in faculty and staff area
- $30 - Unauthorized parking in (restricted areas, reserved or visitor spaces, lawns, sidewalks, crosswalks, alleys, aisle ways)
- $75 - Boot Removal Fee
- $15 - Commuter/Resident lot violations
student who willfully disregards these traffic regulations and
accumulates more than three parking violations will be responsible for
the towing and/or booting costs of the vehicle on the fourth violation.
the boot removal fee is $75, the boot removal fee and the violation
must be paid at the business office or online before the boot is
Payment of Fines
should be made at the Business Office between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday. After hours, the owner of the booted vehicle can
go online at: http://www.findlay.edu/offices/businessaffairs/businessoffice/Pages/Payments-Online.aspx
Once the fee is paid, a receipt should be printed. When the receipt is
presented to the on duty officer, he will remove the boot. All unpaid
fines will be applied to your account (except the boot removal fee and
ticket) and are subject to the regulations governing student accounts.
We welcome visitors on campus. Persons
who visit campus must secure a visitor's parking permit from the Campus
Security Office upon arrival on campus. This permit should be displayed
on the dash of the visitor's vehicle. This permit allows the visitor to
park in any student or faculty/staff lot except where designated as
handicapped or reserved.