Parking Policies

The following policies that authorize parking on campus have been adopted and will be strictly enforced.
The College assumes no responsibility for vehicles parked on campus property. Parking on the village streets is regulated by village ordinances; refer to 'Village Parking' below for more information. 
If you have any questions, please contact the Campus Services Office at 315-655-7383 or
On-Campus Parking Lots
Students may park ONLY in the Schneeweiss Athletic Complex parking lots at the end of Liberty Street, or in the Jephson Campus parking lot during class hours. Overnight parking is not permitted at Jephson Campus. 
For student safety, there are emergency phones located at both the Athletic Complex and Jephson Campus parking lot locations. (See the Campus Map for all emergency phone locations.)
Premium Parking lots are available for residents of 43 ½ Albany Street, the McLaughlin Building, 9 Sullivan Street and 15 Sullivan Street. These lots require a Premium Parking Permit. See below for more information.
Faculty and staff may park in any College parking lot except the lots located at Park Hall and Hubbard Hall, and those lots designated for Student Premium Parking.
Non-resident students are not authorized to park in campus parking lots overnight. See 'Visitor Parking' below.
Semester and Yearlong Permits
ALL students, faculty and staff who bring a vehicle to campus must have a current Cazenovia College parking permit. The online Parking Permit Request form is available on myCaz; permits may be picked up from Campus Services at 7 Nickerson Street during regular business hours.
Parking permits will be issued to upperclassmen only. First-year students may not have a vehicle on campus. If a student has extenuating circumstances, he or she may contact Campus Services for advice.
Premium Parking Permits
Students may request a Premium Parking Permit online using the Parking Permit Request form on myCaz. Requests are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis at the beginning of each academic year. Contact Campus Services for more information on how to obtain a Premium Parking Permit.
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Temporary Parking Permits
Areas such as the Admissions Office and Hubbard Hall lots may be opened for temporary student parking for loading and unloading of property during move-in and move-out days. 
In addition, for those who return home on weekends, there is a 15-minute allowance for loading or unloading vehicles on Friday afternoons and evenings, and Sunday evenings only.
If a student has extenuating circumstances requiring a temporary parking permit, he or she should contact Campus Safety at 315-655-7299 or by email at
Visitor Parking Permits
Any visitor who plans to have a car on campus overnight must first obtain a Visitor Parking permit from Campus Safety.

Permits must be completely filled out. Each permit has two sections; the top section is to be placed on the vehicle dashboard and the bottom section is to be turned in to Campus Safety or the Resident Advisor on duty as soon as the visitor arrives on campus and fills out the permit. 
Visitors may park at the Schneeweiss Athletic Complex lots after 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and must be out by 7 a.m. the following day. Visitor parking is permitted on the weekends between 5 p.m. Friday and 7 a.m. Monday. 
Any visitor who does not obtain, or properly complete, a permit is subject to ticketing or immobilization.
Private Parking Lots 
Parking on any private property without permission is prohibited. Private property locations include, but are not limited to, the driveway between the Methodist Church and the Health Office and the driveway between the Baptist Church and Hubbard Hall. These are private parking lots and vehicles may be towed. 
Village Parking
The Village of Cazenovia does not allow on-street parking between 2 and 6 a.m. daily. Cars parked on the village streets after 2 a.m. are subject to ticketing and/or towing.
Parking Tickets and Penalties
Any person who parks in a campus lot and does not have a parking permit, or has received three or more tickets, may have their car immobilized.  The fee to get "the boot" removed is $35 plus payment of any unpaid parking tickets. Payment must be made in cash at the Business Office, which is located at 95 Albany Street (see the Campus Map for location).
Parking tickets may be appealed within seven days of the issue date.  A Parking Ticket Appeal form must be completed; forms are available at the Campus Safety Office located in Hubbard Hall.  The Director of Security or his designee will review the appeal and either approve or deny it. 
Denied appeals are forwarded to the Parking Ticket Appeal Committee, made up of students and staff members.  This committee meets on a regular basis and their decision is final.