Campus parking guidelines
Welcome to our Lacey campus! Saint Martin’s University is a private institution of higher education located on private property owned by the University and Abbey. These guidelines are in place for the safe and orderly conduct of University and Abbey business. Saint Martin’s University reserves the right to regulate all parking on its property, to establish parking and traffic regulations and to establish monetary penalties for violation of regulations.
- Parking regulations are in effect 24 hours per day, year round and do not change between semesters, during breaks or during the summer.
- The University accepts no responsibility for vehicles or their contents or for loss due to fire, theft, vandalism, or accidents while parked on campus.
- Parking is allowed only in marked spaces.
Vehicle parking permits
- Faculty, staff and students wanting to park a vehicle on campus must register the vehicle with the University’s Office of Public Safety and obtain a free parking permit for their vehicle(s).
- A person may have more than one vehicle registered.
- Vehicle parking permits are available for employees (E, PE and RE permits), students (S permits), residence hall students (RS permits), and visitors (temporary parking permits).
- Permits are available 24 hours per day, seven days per week in the Office of Public Safety.
- Apply for a permit online or in person in Old Main 251.
Campus parking lots
Parking infraction payments
- The Office of Student Financial Services will receipt the payment of all parking infractions for students.
- Faculty, staff and visitors may pay the parking penalty at the Office of Public Safety and will be issued a receipt for payment by Public Safety.
Note: Student Financial Services must be cleared before a student’s grades, transcripts or degree will be issued. Unpaid parking infractions also must be paid before registering for the next semester’s classes.
- Faculty, staff, students, visitors and guests may appeal parking citation electronically within 10 days of the violation date.
- Directions for appeals and disposition of the violations are written on the back of the recipient’s copy.
- An appeals committee separate from Public Safety hears and evaluates all parking violation appeals submitted.
- The appeal decision of the committee is final.
- Appellants will be notified in writing of the committee’s decision.