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Passes will be available: Thursday, January 28, 2021
Traffic & Parking Guidelines
For the protection of Virginia Union University students, faculty, and staff, no parking is allowed at anytime, anywhere on campus, without a valid Virginia Union University registration permit, except by approved visitors or spaces otherwise designated for visitors. Parking permits/decals are available for spring semester (September 2020 - May 2021). Parking restrictions may change throughout the year due to space availability, construction, or access; however, permit/decal subscribers will be notified (via email, and social media,) in the event of such changes.
Each parking subscriber will be issued (one) parking permit/decal and may only have (one) vehicle parked on the VUU property. A parking permit/decal guarantees spaces for Premium and Reserved spaces only. The inability to find a legal parking space within a particular lot is not valid reason for parking in violation of any parking regulations. Parking is on a first come/first serve basis.
Faculty, staff, students and visitors are required to register a vehicle that will be parked on campus. Parking permits or passes may be requested by completing and submitting an online vehicle registration form and are not transferable from person to person. Each parking subscriber will be issued (one) parking permit/decal and may have only (one) vehicle parked on VUU property. We will be enforcing the requirement for all registered students to register their vehicles if they wish to drive on campus.
Steps to Accessing Parking Passes/Decals
After completing the Online Parking Permit Form, Parking permit procedures will be emailed once the permit has been assigned. Notifications for pick up will be conducted by phone and email to confirm assigned permit/hang tag. Assigned permits will be available for pick up at Pickford Hall from Campus Police, during business hours, Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
In order to be eligible for university parking privileges, a community member must:
Free Lots by Category, all vehicles must be registered with VUU Police
Paid Parking, on-campus for $100-$150
Notice: Permits stolen while on the VUU Campus must be reported to VUU Police
Definition: VUU Reserved Parking spaces are restricted parking spaces reserved for paid subscribers and designated by lot location. (See Parking locations/Designations below.) They are open spaces with no parking placards and plates.
You may apply pay $100 by going to VUU homepage ( https://www.vuu.edu/ ), Click on Pay Bill in the quick links, scroll down to parking and select Parking Reserved option to receive a reserved parking permit/tag.
Reserved Parking - Handicap
Definition: State issued parking placards and plates for customers with temporary or permanent disabilities that limit or impair their mobility.
On-campus parking available adjacent to buildings, vehicle and/or plate must be registered with Department of Motor Vehicles. You will need to complete the registration process, display your tag or plate, and decal for reserved parking.
For more information visit: https://www.dmv.virginia.gov/drivers/#disability/plates_assist.asp
Definition: VUU Premium Parking spaces are restricted parking spaces designated by numbers or placards with titles or office that are assigned to and reserved for paid subscribers, faculty and staff only. If you have a Premium Reserved spot you must have permission from a Vice President or the President
You may apply pay $150 by going to VUU homepage ( https://www.vuu.edu/ ), Click on Pay Bill in the quick links, scroll down to parking and select Parking Premium option to receive a premium parking permit/decal.. The cost is $150. Only faculty and staff are allowed to park in premium spaces, the vehicle must be registered with Campus Police.
Off-Campus Affiliated Parking
Definition: Students living at off-campus affiliated housing complexes, which include: The Birches, College Park, The James, or The Spectrum must contact the building manager of their complex facility and abide by their rules and guidelines.
Available Spaces: Vary, please see complex guidelines
Cost: Vary, please see complex guidelines
Parking Permit/Hang Tag Display
Parking Policy Violations
Approved guest/visitor parking is available. Approved guest/visitors must check-in at the security booth located on Graham Road before entering on campus and must be approved as a guest or visitor in order to receive a temporary parking pass. No approved guest parking allowed after normal business hours which is (9:00am to 5:00pm) unless approved by the Chief of Police or her designee.
Disabled vehicles must be reported to Campus Police and subscriber must obtain a disabled pass from the Traffic & Parking Administration Office. This will allow temporary parking for no longer than 5 days. A vehicle may not be left with notes on windshields or simply parked where the vehicle breaks down or maybe towed at the owner’s expense.
Rideshare and Food Delivery
Designated locations for all ride hail pick-up, drop-off, food or grocery deliveries (i.e. Uber Eats/ Grub hub) will be at the security booth located at the Graham Road Entrance. This decision was in direct response to the safety and well-being of students, faculty and staff during this pandemic. All students, faculty or staff will be required to meet their ride hail at a designated parking area near the Police Security booth location for pick up or drop off. No food or items can be accepted at the booth.
Lost or Stolen Permits
If your permit has been stolen or lost, contact VUU Police to report the incident.
Permits and Special Events
Commuter lots around campus, especially those closer to Hovey Field are used during special events such as (basketball and football games). Barricades, roped-off areas, and signs indicating parking for special events take precedence over general parking assignments. The university reserves the right to modify or add to parking regulations at any time.
Please email Parking@VUU.edu to make arrangements if you need to leave your vehicle on campus grounds temporarily.
To appeal a citation, you must submit the form below within (10) days of issuance. No appeal will be accepted if submitted after the (10) days of issuance.
You may submit an appeal by completing the form at https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=oIlcxrNwkUiZVZGGesxkzGulE4NVs-NCvTfG2ZjKunpUNTlZQlBUNDhYT1hKOUNWS0M1QlZKVUNFUS4u
Traffic & Parking Regulations