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Safety

Automotive Regulations

 

The Office of Campus Care has jurisdiction over parking and traffic regulations, rules, and fines. Campus Safety and Student Life may assist in reporting, investigation, or enforcement of these rules. This may include: University fines and sanctions, and/or any civil or criminal penalties that may apply.

Tickets: Parking and traffic violations carry a minimum $25 fine. Repeat offenders may lose their parking privilege.

Traffic and vehicle related fines must be paid in the Campus Care Office. If a question arises concerning a violation you must submit a written challenge with payment for the fine to Campus Care within seven days. After that time the violation will stand as written. Unpaid fines will result in vehicle impound after seven days.

General Regulations:

  • Any legally licensed student is permitted to operate a motor vehicle on campus; however, improper use of vehicles may result in the loss of the privilege.
  • All students must register their vehicles at the beginning of the school year. Parking permits must be visible at all times in the driver’s side of the rear window. If the rear window is tinted, you may place it in the bottom driver’s side corner of the windshield. Parking permits are free. Due to the limited availability of parking spaces, only one vehicle per student is permitted on campus at a time.
  • If you will be using more than one car, you are required to register all cars. In order to register a motor vehicle, you must have your license plate number, make, color, and model of your vehicle.
  • All motor bikes and motorcycles must also be registered during at the beginning of the school year.
  • Students are allowed to park in front of Schimmel Hall after 6:30 p.m. and before 6:30 a.m. Monday-Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday. Guest events always have priority and students are expected to comply with notices regarding guest event parking.
  • Speed limit on campus is 15 miles per hour. Please be especially cautious as pedestrian traffic is frequent and weather conditions may create further safety concerns. The painted areas near the residence halls and gym designate pedestrian crossing points.
  • Speeding, reckless driving, squealing tires, unnecessary horn blowing, or excessive noise are prohibited at any time by any member of the Corban community. Fines and other penalties may be assessed.
  • Resident students are required to park in their residence hall parking lot at all times. Parking in any office location or commuter lot requires permission from the Campus Care Office.
  • Commuters are not to park in designated residence hall parking.
  • Double parking is never allowed.
  • There are 21 parking spaces designated for handicapped persons. Two are located in front of Schimmel Hall, four are located at the gymnasium, four in the Prewitt/Van Gilder parking lot, four at Davidson, four at the Psalm Center and three at the sports field parking lot. Campus safety authorities and local police agencies monitor handicap parking on our campus and will issue citations to owners of vehicles improperly parked. Fines are significant.
  • Loading dock areas, grassy areas, fire zones and other restricted areas are off limits for parking at all times. Areas designated “visitor” or “reserved” are to be used only by visitors or holders of permits during specified hours.
  • Vehicles not in running condition must be parked in areas designated by the Campus Care Office.
  • No vehicle oil changes are allowed on campus.
  • Unlicensed or abandoned vehicles will not be permitted to remain on campus and may be removed at the owner’s expense.
  • Traffic should flow in the direction of the painted arrows on the narrow roadways designated for one-way traffic. Going the opposite direction is dangerous to pedestrians and to other vehicles.
  • No vehicle should park in fire lanes or restricted areas.
  • Traffic lanes are never to be blocked. They must be kept clear for safety reasons, by order of the Salem Fire Department.
  • Vehicles must yield the right of way to Campus Safety or Emergency Response vehicles when they are operating their emergency lights.
  • Bicycle racks are located near each residence hall. Bicycles are to be kept in designated storage areas.