WELCOME TO SUNY OSWEGO!
Location: SUNY Oswego
Tuesday, May 26, 12:49 p.m. - 12:49 p.m.
Once thought to be a lonely planet at the edge of the solar system, Pluto has turned out to have more "friends and neighbors" than ever imagined. Dr. Scott Roby of SUNY Oswego's physics department will explore Pluto's controversial history and preview the first-ever spacecraft flyby of Pluto this July. Limited seating: first-come, first-served. Free, including parking in the Centennial Drive lot (E17) or Washington Boulevard lot (E8). 312-2790.
Location: Room 223, Shineman Center
Sunday, May 31, 7 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Tuesday, May 26, 12:49 p.m. - 12:49 p.m.
Tuesday, Sept 1, 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Tuesday, May 26, 12:48 p.m. - 12:48 p.m.
Tuesday, May 26, 12:48 p.m. - 12:48 p.m.
WHAT EVERY FRESHMAN COMMUTER SHOULD KNOW ABOUT PARKING ON SUNY OSWEGO CAMPUS.
Every vehicle that parks on campus grounds is required to have a parking permit, no matter how long the vehicle is parked. ie: 5 minutes or days. Where is Parking Services located and what are the hours of operation?
University Police Parking Services is located at the corner of State Route 104W and New Street, near the main entrance to the college. The phone number is 315-312-3227. Parking Services is open weekdays 7:30 am - 4:00 pm.
How do you register your car to get a parking permit (sticker)?
You may register on-line by going to :Online Parking Registration, follow the instructions for registering. Or you may register in person at parking services, fill out a registration form and present the form, your method of payment, (cash, credit card or check) and your vehicle registration card to the parking clerk. Remember to keep your receipt, take a map and rules and regulations document and affix your parking sticker to your vehicle on the passengers' side lower corner of the front windshield immediately, (so you won't lose it), also you aren’t legally registered until the sticker is affixed to the windshield.
Stickers must be displayed on the front windshield, lower passenger side corner and they must be permanently affixed, (meaning that they cannot be partially affixed or taped on) or your vehicle is not considered registered and you could still get a ticket for either improper display of your permit or for being unregistered if you did not put the permit on your car.
You must present a valid vehicle registration if you register in person. Expired registrations will not be accepted. You may purchase a duplicate vehicle registration at the Dept. of Motor Vehicles where the registered vehicle owner lives if you have misplaced the one issued to you by New York State DMV. The vehicle must be registered to either yourself or an immediate family member living at the same address.
Permits are not transferable from car to car or from driver to driver. What forms of payment are accepted?
You may pay by cash, check or credit card, (Master Card, Visa, Discover or American Express) or transfer to Student Accounts. Inquire at parking services for more information.
What is the procedure for online parking registration?
What if you drive a different vehicle on campus?
Payment for online registrations will be by credit card only, (Master Card, Visa, American Express or Discover). You need to fill out the form online and include your vehicle registration vin (vehicle identification number). Make sure you register in plenty of time for us to mail out your decal before classes start. You can also pick up your permit at Parking Services. If you choose to pick up your permit at parking services you will need to give us 48 hours to process. The online address is: www.oswego.edu/administration/parking/
If you already have a permanent permit for another vehicle, then you need to stop in parking services to obtain a temporary permit at no charge. If you do not have a permanent permit you may get up to seven temporary permits for $1.00 a day per semester. If parking services isn’t open you can always go to University Police located in Pathfinder Hall to obtain a temporary permit they are open all the time.
What are the procedures for handicapped parking?
You must stop at parking services to purchase a permit. Anyone that has been issued a handicapped hang tag or license plate through the city, town, village clerk or police departments may then park in a handicapped parking space.
What does designated parking mean? Do they ever not enforce parking?
The parking lots are divided into three major lot sections being: Commuter - students living off campus Resident - students living on campus Employee - employees Parking is enforced year round, 24/7. If a lot is full you may check other close lots that you are registered for. If you have a commuter sticker you must park in a commuter lot.
As a freshman do I have to park in a special lot?
All freshman commuters are required to park in Lot 7. This lot is on State Route 104. There is a free shuttle bus that runs about every 10 minutes to transport students from lot 7 to the campus center and back. After you have earned 26 credit hours you will be able to park in the other commuter lots on campus.
How do you appeal a ticket?
Can you still receive a parking permit if you owe parking obligations?
You must request an appeal within two business days
of when the ticket is issued to you.
You have three options to appeal a ticket:
In person - bring the ticket into parking services to set up an appeal. Parking Services will schedule you for a date, time and place of where to appear.
On line - Go to: Appeal a Ticket
Check the back of your ticket for more information.
No, you must pay all parking obligations before you can purchase a permanent or temporary permit.
How long do you have to pay a ticket, and does the amount increase if you don't pay it on time?
You have five business days to pay. If you don't pay within five business days the amount will not increase but if you fail to pay after 28 days a "hold" will be put on your account. Banner "holds" for unpaid citations or delinquent deferments for parking permits will prevent registration for future classes as well as hold up requests for transcripts and diplomas until such time as the financial obligation to Parking Services has been paid in full. Once the obligation has been paid in full, the "hold" will be removed within one business day.
Are there other ways to pay for tickets instead of coming in person to parking services?
How many tickets can you get before you are towed?
Yes, you can pay Online at www.oswego.edu/administration/parking/
or you may send a check to parking services payable to SUNY Oswego. You may also fax your credit card information to parking services. For more information concerning faxing contact parking services. Mail checks to: University Police Parking Services Pathfinder Hall SUNY Oswego Oswego, N.Y. 13126
10 tickets = $200.00 in fines. Students or visitors with this many unpaid violations will be sent a letter at your last known address to advise that your parking privileges have been rescinded until you have paid your fines in full. If you do not pay your fines by the date posted in your tow letter you risk being towed at your expense every time that you park a vehicle in any location on SUNY Oswego property until such time as you have paid your violations in full. You can always check your account on the Parking website to see how many tickets you owe. Tow fees are currently $85.00 but may be more depending on the type of vehicle that you drive and the number of days that you leave the vehicle in the tow operator's impound area. Tow operator's are private companies and as such are within their right's to impose charges as they see fit. If you remove your vehicle from a tow operator's impound area without paying in full the fees that you owe their company you may be arrested.
What are the towing procedures?
Once you are on the tow list and you park on campus you will be towed. To be removed from the tow list you need to pay all your obligations in full.
Finally, for all customers, parking staff has an obligation to treat all customers with respect and dignity and to answer questions regarding parking procedures, rules and regulations fully and accurately.
Customers should treat parking staff in the same manner. No one likes to receive parking violations, however, that does not entitle students, employees or visitors to treat parking staff in a personally threatening or intimidating manner. Those in violation may be subject to sanctions via the Office of Judicial Affairs or criminal prosecution from the University Police Department depending on the circumstances. All complaints, questions or problems may be directed to University Police Parking Services, 315-312-3227 or by email at email@example.com
NYS University Police
Oswego, NY 13126
Police: 315-312-5555 firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking: 315-312-3227 email@example.com