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Parking & Automobile Registration

Summary of Parking Regulations

You MUST purchase a hangtag if you have a vehicle on campus.

Designated parking spaces on campus are color-coded as follows:

    • BLUE spaces are reserved for students living on campus, that have purchased a BLUE hang tag.
    • WHITE spaces are reserved for commuter students that have purchased a WHITE hang tag.
    • RED spaces are reserved for Carson-Newman employees. This does NOT include students with work study jobs or Graduate Assistants.

Handicapped spaces are reserved for individuals with a valid disability permit only, AT ALL TIMES.  Short term permits for campus use only can be obtained at the Department of Safety & Security with a physician’s note. 

Parking anywhere outside designated painted spaces (Fire lanes, no parking zones, yellow curbs, etc...) is prohibited AT ALL TIMES.

 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH  (North Lot across from Baker Building)

C-N students, faculty, and staff are prohibited from parking in the North lot of First Baptist Church AT ALL TIMES, regardless of membership status in the church.  Per contractual agreement with FBC, this lot is reserved at all times for individuals who are at the church on church business.  Even if you are a member of FBC, you may NOT use this lot to attend classes, work, or chapel!  FBC reserves the right to tow cars parked illegally in this lot. 

 

AFTER-HOURS PARKING:

Students who have a valid hang tag are allowed to park in any valid parking space (red, blue or white) between the hours of 5pm and 7am Monday through Friday and at all times on the weekends.  Students who park in these spaces after hours are expected to move their vehicles to appropriate spaces before 7am.

After-Hours parking does NOT APPLY to Handicapped Spaces, No Parking Zones, FBC North lot, or the designated parking spaces on campus reserved for the President, Athletic Director, and RLC’s.

 

A COMPLETE LIST OF CAMPUS PARKING REGULATIONS CAN BE FOUND BELOW AND IN THE EAGLE STUDENT HANDBOOK.  STUDENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR TAKING THE TIME TO FAMILIARIZE THEMSELVES WITH THESE REGULATIONS.