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Saint Francis University Parking Services provides parking for faculty and staff members, interested resident students and their guests, commuter students and visitors. The University is not responsible for fire, theft, damage to, or loss of, such vehicles parked or operated on property of the University, or any articles left therein. No bailment is created by the granting of any parking or operating privilege regarding a vehicle on any property owned, leased, or otherwise controlled by Saint Francis University. All vehicles shall be operated or parked on campus at the owner's risk.
Points will be awarded for any parking or traffic violations received. If a violation is appealed, no points will be awarded until a decision is made by the Parking Appeal Board. If 8 or more points are accumulated, parking privileges will be revoked for the remainder of the academic year. Parking rules are in effect each day of the year.
If you would like to contest a parking violation, please fill out theParking Violation Appeal Form.
Questions concerning procedures or interpretations of parking rules and regulations should be referred to the University Police, 1 Raymond Hall, 472-3360.
The appeal form must be turned in to the Police Office before the five (5) day limit is up. No appeals will be reviewed after five (5) business days from the date the citation was issued.
Appeals to parking and traffic violations are heard by The Parking & Traffic Appeal Board which is comprised of 2 SGA provided students, and 1 SFU employee (not affiliated with University Police Department). A University Police Officer is present for clarification of rules and to record results, they have no vote on the status of the appeal. Review Board hearings are informal and held in the Police Department Office at least monthly during each semester. The decision of the Parking and Traffic Appeal Board is final.
ALL students, faculty, and staff members, and visitors to the University are required to register the vehicle in their possession for use to the University Police Department.
For more detailed information, check out our guide for managing Your Car on Campus and then fill out Vehicle Registration Form
117 Evergreen Drive P.O. Box 600 Loretto, PA 15940