D. Vehicle Registration Requirements
1. Faculty and Staff
a) Members of the Faculty or staff may apply by mail or in person at
the Security and Safety Department for a parking permit.
b) Main Campus parking permits are limited and available only to personnel
whose position with the University or whose demonstrated need requires
such consideration. A list of the categories of positions eligible to
be considered for main campus parking permits is available from the
Security and Safety Department.
c) Faculty/Staff parking permits are for the sole use of the person
to whom issued and are not transferable.
2. Student Decals/Permits
a) It is the policy of La Salle University to afford all eligible students the opportunity to use on-campus parking facilities consistent with the requirements, rules, and regulations contained within this Traffic Control Policy. As a courtesy to our neighbors, we encourage all eligible students to use on-campus parking facilities instead of trying to find parking in the surrounding community.
b) Resident freshman students are not eligible to register for on-campus parking. It is also suggested that non-eligible students do not bring their vehicles and park in the residential areas surrounding the University.
c) Commuting freshman students are eligible to register for parking, however they must park their vehicle in one specific lot; which is the University’s G Lot - "Shoppes at La Salle." Commuting freshman students must complete a parking permit application and display a permit/hangtag.
d) For parking policy purposes, freshman students are defined as “incoming full-time freshman.”
e) Exceptions to this policy would only be made for those individuals that have a permanent or temporary physical disability.
f) Permanently disabled faculty, staff and students must display a current University parking permit, in addition to, an appropriate Disabled Persons placard or license plate issued by a state authority.
g) Temporary handicap parking permits are issued through the Security and Safety Department for those persons having a need. Permits issued under this classification shall be issued for the probable duration of the handicap or a period of time that will not exceed 90 days. A treating physician’s documentation is required specifically requesting handicap parking.
h) Permanent or temporarily disabled freshmen students who require on-campus parking should contact the Security and Safety Department’s Parking Office for further instructions on obtaining parking at La Salle University.
i) All eligible students may apply for a parking permit by mail or in-person
at the Security and Safety Office or at the appropriate designated area
during in-person registration. The vehicle owner's card, a validated
I.D. card or stamped matriculation receipt, and a completed permit application
are required. Students will be issued a decal/hangtag, which permits
access to student lots whenever they are open.
1) Resident students will be issued resident permits.
2) Commuter students will be issued commuter permits.
3) A G Lot - "Shoppes at La Salle" permit is only valid for that facility.
4) Vehicles registered to commuter students are not permitted overnight
parking on La Salle property without permission, which may be requested
from the Security and Safety Department.
3. Visitor Parking
a) Visitors who are visiting the campus for one day may park at G Lot - "Shoppes at La Salle."
b) Overnight visitors/guests may use the G Lot - "Shoppes at La Salle" if they desire
on-campus parking. Overnight visitors and guest may not park in any
of the paid parking areas of campus.
c) La Salle University faculty, staff, or students are not visitors;
therefore they may not acquire a visitor’s permit. Faculty, staff,
or students may use the G Lot - "Shoppes at La Salle", if they desire on-campus
parking on a temporary basis.