Enforcement and Fines
Public Safety officers are entrusted with ensuring the safety of the University community and its visitors. Officers are to be treated with courtesy at all times, particularly when they are enforcing parking regulations. Failure to act in a proper manner may result in the loss of parking privileges; no refund on permit will be issued. All persons using the campus parking facilities are expected to cooperate and accept officers’ directions and suggestions. Officers are required to place parking violations on all cars in violation of parking regulations. There should not be any dispute with any officer issuing parking violations. All complaints may be made to the Executive Director of Public Safety in writing.
Times of Enforcement
Permit Areas: All parking zones are limited to authorized permit holders and will be strictly enforced.
Restricted Spaces: These spaces are restricted for their designated purpose at all times (24 hours a day).
a) Murray Residence Reserved
b) Fire lanes
c) Handicap parking areas
d) Residence Village
f) Specially signed areas or pavement markings
Lack of a parking space will not be considered a valid excuse for violation of parking regulations. Individuals who frequently violate parking regulations are demonstrating a lack of consideration for others and may forfeit parking privileges. Students will be reported to the Dean of Students; faculty members will be reported to the Provost; employees will be reported to corresponding department heads. It is the responsibility of each person to make a prompt settlement with the University.
Two unpaid parking violations will result in vehicle being immobilized or towed.
More than three parking violations in one academic year will result in subsequent fines being doubled.
More than four parking violations in one academic year may result in the loss of parking privileges.
|Speeding/ Reckless Driving||$75|
|Disobeying Traffic Signs||$75|
|Parking in Fire Lane||$100|
|Parking in Handicapped||$100|
|Parking in Roadway||$50|
|Failure to Yield to Pedestrian||$50|
|Failure to Display||$35|
|Unauthorized Boot Removal||$400|
Students who do not pay their fines will not be eligible to register for class(es) and will not receive a final grade report, diploma or transcript. If paying by mail, please include a copy of the violation along with payment. Please write your University X number and the license plate number on check or money order made payable to St. John's University and send to the following address:
St. John's University
Department of Public Safety
8000 Utopia Parkway
Queens, NY 11439
All parking violations are payable at the Department of Public Safety or the Office of the Bursar during normal business hours. Please bring a copy of the violation to either office.
Students, Faculty, and Employees may also make payment through UIS on the University Web site. If paying a violation online, log into UIS. Then select the “Personal Information” tab and scroll to the bottom of the page where you will find “Account Suites.” Outstanding violations can be paid through Account Suites.
Please do not send cash.