All students and staff are required to register their vehicles with the College, post parking tags in the designated location, and comply with designated parking requirements. To register a vehicle, click on the Vehicle Registration Form or pick up a hard copy from the College Bookstore. Vehicles parked on campus without a permit, or parked in an area where the permit is not valid will be ticketed. Please see the parking map for these locations. Campus parking maps are also posted around campus. For information on how to post your parking tag, see the Parking Permit Location Guide on the second page of this link.
Commuter students are required to register their vehicle and post a Commuter Parking Permit in their vehicle. Commuter students may park in any parking lot designated “Commuter Parking.” Designated parking applies weekdays during the academic semester from 7:30am – 4:00pm. Commuter parking is permitted only in areas marked or signed as parking spaces and zoned appropriately for the permit being displayed.
Residential students living on-campus may only park in the Residence Hall parking lot or in areas designated “Open Parking.” Designated parking applies weekdays during the academic semester from 7:30am – 4:00pm. Violators will be ticketed.
Visitors are welcome to park in any location designated as “Open Parking”. Temporary permits will only be valid for the date and vehicle for which it is originally issued.
In advance or upon arrival, visitors should request a temporary parking permit from:
- Saranac Lake Campus: College Bookstore (located in Mulholland Hall)
- SL Residence Halls: Office of Residence Life (located in Saints Hall)
- Malone Campus: College Bookstore (located in Reshetkina Hall)
- Ticonderoga Campus: TBD
Students may not park in any parking lot designated as “Faculty/Staff Parking” or “Association Staff Parking” during the academic semester from 7:30am – 4:00pm. Parking is absolutely forbidden in areas designated “No Parking” or on any grass, lawns, sidewalks, etc. Parking is not allowed in handicapped parking spots without a valid disability placard or license plate. Violators will be ticketed.
Students, staff and visitors accessing disability parking must have the required disability placard or license plate. For additional information, contact the Office of the ADA/504 Coordinator at the Saranac Lake campus. Necessary vehicle information will be recorded and a special parking permit may be issued for a specified period of time. A physician’s certification is necessary to verify eligibility for disabled parking. The physician’s certification should clearly state the nature of the disability and specify the anticipated length of disability.
Parking Ticket Appeal
Any student receiving a parking ticket may appeal through the Office of Student Life. Carefully review the following: Parking Ticket Appeal Process / Form.