If you believe that a University parking ticket was issued improperly, you have the right to file an appeal. All appeals are reviewed by the Parking Appeals Committee, composed of faculty, staff and students.
Parking ticket appeals must be made in writing to the Parking Appeals Committee within 30 days of the notice of violation; after that, appeals are not accepted. Appeal forms may be obtained at Parking Services, Public Safety or the Information Booth.
An appeal of a ticket does not stop a block being placed on your account in Student Accounts. Notice of the decision of the Parking Appeals Committee will be mailed to you. The appeal of a parking ticket does not prevent the unpaid fine from doubling after 60 days.
If your written appeal is denied, you may appeal in person to the Parking Appeals Committee. To schedule a personal appeal appointment, please call the Parking Services office at 777-2279, within seven days of the receipt of the written appeal adjudication.
If the final adjudication of the Parking Appeals Committee is in your favor, your name will be removed from the delinquency system.
If your vehicle is towed, the only available appeal is a personal appearance before the Parking Appeals Committee. Requests to schedule appointments must be made to the Parking Services office within 30 days of the tow.
Last Updated: 5/12/10