These rules and regulations have been developed to control traffic and parking for everyone using the roadways and parking lots of Southern Seminary and Boyce College.
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Parking Rules and Regulations
Obtaining a Parking Permit
- Any student or employee who operates a vehicle on the property of SBTS/Boyce must have a parking permit.
- Alumni, guests/visitors, and SWI students while attending class, are not required to obtain a parking permit. NOTE: Married couples get a second permit, free of charge.
- Student permits are $50 and may be obtained online by clicking here.
- Faculty, staff and full time employees must register their vehicle online.
- Non-student, part-time employees must obtain their parking permit by going to the Campus Police office.
- Permit purchases are non-refundable. Be sure to check permit color/status before purchasing. Contact Campus Police if you are unable to register for the correct parking permit before purchasing.
- Replacement permits cost $10 and can only be obtained by coming to the Campus Police Office.
- Obtaining a parking permit authorizes a person to park on campus in designated areas, it does not guarantee a parking space. The lack of a space in any area at any time is not a valid excuse for violating these regulations.
Properly Displaying a Permit
- A parking permit is valid only when it is properly adhered on the lower left corner of the rear windshield. Please be sure to remove your previous parking permit before placing a new permit on your vehicle. If you do not remove your previous permit, you must place the new permit directly above the older one.
- Motorcycles are required to display a parking permit.
Renewing a Parking Permit
- It is the responsibility of the permit holder to renew his or her permit at the time of its expiration, as indicated by month and year on the permit.
- Permits are non-transferrable and must stay on the vehicle to which it was registered.
- Parking permits may be revoked for non-payment of fines or repeat offenses.
Parking on Campus
- Handicapped parking is permitted across campus provided the vehicle displays a permit issued by any local or state governmental agency.
- Boats, RVs, trailers, campers, or any other vehicles used for recreational purposes are not to be parked on SBTS/Boyce property without approval from Campus Police.
- Thirty minute parking spaces are strictly enforced and are designated for persons who need to conduct limited business with SBTS/Boyce.
- Parking restrictions are enforced Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m., with the exception of dorm and residential lots which are enforced 24/7.
As a courtesy to SBTS/Boyce’s neighbors—students, employees and guests are strongly encouraged not to park their vehicles on the residential streets adjacent to the campus. Those streets include Godfrey, Aubert, Upland, Pleasantview, and Meadowlark Avenues.
- Applicable traffic laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky are in effect at all times.
- The speed limit on SBTS/Boyce roads is 15 mph unless otherwise posted.
- Pedestrians have the right of way at all intersections and crosswalks whether marked or unmarked.
Long Term Parking
- Long term parking can be requested for vehicles being left unattended for more than 10 days. Campus Police requires a Long Term Parking form to be submitted along with a set of the owner’s vehicle keys while it is unattended. Contact Campus Police for form information.
Individuals can obtain a temporary parking permit by visiting the Campus Police Office with the following information:
- Vehicle Make, Model, Year, and Color
- Vehicle License Plate Number and State
- Driver’s License
- Date of Birth and Southern/Boyce ID Number
*Modular/seminar/visitors staying longer than 3 days are all required to obtain a temporary parking permit.
- Vehicles parked in violation of parking rules and regulations are subject to being towed or immobilized at the owner’s expense.
- Vehicles with a revoked permit or in violation of fire lanes, fire hydrants, or handicapped parking may be towed at the owner’s expense.
- SBTS/Boyce may tow, at the owner’s expense, any vehicle deemed abandoned or inoperable by Campus Police.
Number of Vehicles Allowed
- Married couples may receive a second permit, free of charge, once the first permit has been purchased. Vehicles must be registered under the current student, not the spouse.
- Single students are limited to one vehicle.
Color of Permits
- Red: Faculty/Staff (Lots 1, 2, 9, 15, and all other lots)
- Blue: Full Time Hourly Employees (Lots 1, 2, 9, 15, and all other lots)
- Yellow: Commuter Students/Part-time Employees/Adjunct Professors (Lots 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 17)
- Orange: Dorm Residents of Mullins/Fuller/Carver (Lots 4, 7, 8, 10a, 13, 14)
- Green: Grinstead Residents (Lots 10, 11, 16, 17, 18)
- Purple: Apartment Residents of Samuels/Foster/Springdale (Lots 3, 5, 6, 19)
*Please note that Lot 2 is for Faculty/Staff, Full Time Employees, and Guests only.
- Parking in a Restricted Area | $25.00
- No Permit Displayed/Expired Permit | $75.00
- Invalid or Improper Display of Permit | $25.00
- No Parking Zone/Not a Parking Space | $25.00
- Overtime Limit Parking | $25.00
- Handicapped Parking | $75.00
- Disregarding Traffic Control Device | $25.00
- Blocking Dumpster | $75.00
- Fire Lane Violation | $75.00
- Blocking Fire Hydrant | $75.00
- Moving violation/Speeding | $75.00
*Citations not paid within 30 days will receive an additional $10 fee and will result in a hold placed on the student’s account. Citations and fines can be viewed and paid here – Campus Police Ticket Payment. In order to view a citation, the individual will need their citation #, which is located on the printed ticket left by the officer.
- Student Yearly Parking Permit | $50.00
- Permits Purchased Between Jan. 1st-May 31st | $25.00
- Permit Replacement Fee | $10.00
- A person receiving a citation may appeal the citation online at https://www.permitsales.net/TSBTS.
- Appeals must be made no more than 10 days after the issue date of the citation.
To Avoid Parking Tickets
- It is the permit holder’s responsibility to be aware of approved parking.
- Properly display your permit on the vehicle.
- If you lend a car to a friend, you are still responsible. Make sure the friend knows where to park.
- Allow enough time to find a parking space.
- Renew your permit before it expires.