RECENT CHANGES: PARKING HAS CHANGED IN SOME LOTS AND IS INDICATED
ON THE PARKING REGULATIONS MAP:
NEW PARKING CHANGES FOR STUDENTS
Please remember that student permits are not valid in any red lots or the visitor's lot across from Blair Hall. Please watch carefully for the signs. Lot changes could be made during the school year.
Underclass Permits can be used in designated areas displaying the signs:
Upperclass Permits can be used in designated areas displaying the signs:
SUNDAY: 5:00 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.
MONDAY: 5:00 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.
On the above stated days and times the Greek Court and Ninth St. lots will not be ticketed except for handicap spaces, fire lanes, drives, restricted areas, and housemother parking spaces. DO NOT PARK IN THE GRASS.
During the above stated times you may also park on the south side of Greek Court Drive from the east side of the International House lot to the west side of the first sidewalk west of the small Greek Court Circle Drive. Do not block drives or sidewalks.
During the above stated times you may park along the inside curb (the curb closest to buildings 5, 6, & 8) of the large Greek Court Circle Drive as long as you do not block drives, sidewalks or fire lanes.
The small Greek Court Circle is the circle drive where 12th St. ends. Buildings 3, 4, and 6 surround it. DO NOT PARK ON THE SMALL GREEK COURT CIRCLE DRIVE.
The large Greek Court Circle Drive is the circle drive that surrounds buildings 5, 6, and 8.
If you have any questions please contact the University Police:
Parking Division: 217-581-5416
Police Department: 217-581-3213
Non Emergency Dispatch: 217-581-3212
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY IN THE PURCHASE OF YOUR PARKING PERMIT!
You may purchase your parking permit through a payroll deduction. IRS regulations have changed so that this deduction will happen before federal and state taxes are calculated thus reducing your taxes and increasing your net pay. Payroll deduction forms can be filled out when obtaining the permit at parking services.
The UPD, on average, unlock 350 cars a year for those who have locked themselves out of their vehicle. As technology advances, our ability to open many models is decreasing. Please bring two sets of keys to school and keep a set at your residence or carry them on your person. It may save you the cost of a locksmith.
7th & Grant
600 Lincoln Ave.
Charleston, IL 61920
For emergencies call 911
Non-Emergency Dispatch – 217-581-3212
Police Records & Administration – 217-581-3213