Parking Services Information


PLEASE NOTE

  • Summer 2014 Parking Permits and Student ID cards will be available Tuesday, May 1, 2014 for those students who have not receive a Parking Permit or Student ID card during the Fall 2013 or Spring 2014 terms.
  • Fall 2014 Parking Permits and Student ID cards will be available beginning Monday, July 14, 2014.  The online parking application will be available beginning Tuesday, July 1, 2014.
Parking Regulations and Information

* No payment can be accepted on this website at this time. Please visit the Cashiers Office to complete this transaction.

You may also contact the Parking Office via email at parking@tncc.edu

Parking Cashiering
Diggs Hall, Hampton
(757) 825 – 3560
Cashiers window
Services Hours:

  • 8am-4:30pm, Mon thru Wed & Fri
  • 8am-6:30pm, Thurs

Photo ID Office and Parking Information
Diggs Hall, Hampton, Room 155
(757) 825 – 3593
Service Hours:

  • 8am – 5pm, Mon-Thurs
  • 8:30am – 4pm, Fri

Parking Regulations: Effective July 28, 2010

General Provisions»

Student Parking Permits»

Faculty / Staff Parking Permits»

Persons with Disability Parking»

Motorcycle Parking»

Bicycle Parking» Regulations and Violations» Parking Penalties» Prohibited Parking Subject to Towing at Owner's Expense» Appeals» Parking Fines Structure»

 

Parking on campus throughout the year, including break periods for Faculty, Staff and Students is by permit only. Visitor parking is permitted in marked spaces during business hours only. Overnight parking is prohibited; exceptions may be granted for Faculty, Staff and Students by Campus Police.

The issuance of a permit does not guarantee a parking space, but affords the registrant an opportunity to park in authorized parking areas when parking space is available. The exception is when a Faculty or Staff member purchases an annual permit at the premium rate. This permits the holder to designate a particular space within designated Faculty/Staff parking areas for exclusive use during the academic year. The space will be designated by a number and sign.

The College is not responsible for losses due to theft or damage to vehicles while parked on College-owned property or while parked on any property leased by the College.

The Thomas Nelson Community College Campus Police are responsible for the administration and enforcement of these regulations and may impose traffic control restrictions as required. Conference parking, special events parking, and all temporary parking requirements of the College are to be scheduled and approved through Campus Police by the College sponsor and/or host.

All vehicles must display current Division of Motor Vehicle registration plates and must also be covered by liability insurance. Infractions of these parking regulations are the responsibility of the student/faculty/staff and/or registered vehicle owner. All vehicles operated and parked on College property and off campus sites by Faculty, Staff and Students must be display a valid TNCC parking permit.

The cost of the initial permit for each school year is included in the tuition and fees. A permit must be obtained within ten (10) days of the start of classes. Additional permits (including replacements for lost or stolen permits) can be purchased at the Cashiers Window for a $10 fee each.

  • Complete online application which can be found on the TNCC website (tncc.edu/parking/student/studentparkapp.php)
  • Print confirmation to bring with you when picking up permit. The confirmation receipt will indicate location and time frame permit will be available for pickup.
  • A valid TNCC student ID is required when picking up your permit. Student ID’s can be obtained at the Photo ID office in Diggs Hall Room 155 at no cost (There is a replacement fee of $10 for lost/stolen IDs). Please Note: a current class schedule and a state or government picture ID card is required.
  • Paper applications are available at the Cashiers Window, Campus Police and Photo ID for those students who are unable to complete the online form. Please note: there may be a delay in processing time during peak registration periods.

The cost of the initial permit for each school year is $30 and must be obtained within ten (10) days of start of school year or employment start date. Additional permits (including replacements for lost or stolen permits) can be purchased for a $15 fee each.

  • Complete online application which can be found on the TNCC website (tncc.edu/parking/employee/employeeparkapp.php)
  • Print confirmation to bring with you when picking up permit. The confirmation receipt will indicate location and time frame permit will be available for pickup.
  • Permits will be paid for at the time of pickup at the Cashiers Window. Cash, check, Visa and Mastercard are accepted. Checks must be made payable to Thomas Nelson Community College or TNCC. Payroll deduction forms are also accepted during specific time period established by Human Resources.
  • A valid TNCC employee ID is required when picking up your permit. Employee ID’s can be obtained at the Photo ID office in Diggs Hall Room 155 at no cost. Please Note: a valid state or government picture ID card and SIS emplID is required.
  • Paper applications are available at the Cashiers Window, Campus Police and Photo ID for those employees who are unable to complete the online form.

Physically disabled persons must display a state issued handicapped license plate or placard to park in handicapped spaces on campus. Faculty, staff and students operating motor vehicles that display handicapped license plates or placards must also display a valid TNCC permit.

Motorcycles are not required to display a TNCC permit but must be parked in the designated areas in the various lots on campus. For more information, contact Campus Police.

Bicycles must be parked in areas provided or parked in a manner that does not impede the flow of pedestrian or vehicular traffic. Bicycles must not be parked inside or against any College building.

It is a violation to park a vehicle without a valid TNCC parking permit, unless one is a Visitor to the campus and parks in a Visitor’s space. Students, Faculty and Staff are not permitted to use Visitor’s spaces at any time.

Fines are payable upon issuance of citation. A hold placed on student accounts by the Cashiers Office until all fines are paid in full. A hold will prevent a student from registering for Classes, receiving an official transcript and will also delay the processing of student account refunds, including refunds for financial aid. A one-time $10.00 late fee will be imposed on all each tickets not paid within thirty (30) days after having been issued. Vehicles with two unpaid parking fines and incur a third parking violation will be towed or booted at the owner/operator’s expense. Students, Faculty, and Staff who fail to remit fines and those who are repeat violations of parking regulations may suffer the loss of parking privileges. All unpaid citations may be submitted to the Commonwealth’s debt set off program and/or a private collection agency.

  • Vehicles parked overnight without proper authorization
  • Vehicles parked in fire lanes
  • Vehicles impeding normal flow of traffic or normal function of the College
  • Unauthorized vehicles parked on campus

Tickets for parking violations may be appealed in writing to the College’s Ad Hoc Parking Appeals Committee within (10) ten calendar days of the violation. Decisions of the Committee are final.

Appeal forms are online at tncc.edu (Parking/Photo ID). Forms need to be completed, signed and brought to the Photo ID Office with all required documentation. (See Appeals Form for further information). Paper forms can also be acquired at the Cashiers and Parking/Photo ID offices.

Decisions of the Ad Hoc Parking Appeals Committee will be communicated to the person making the appeal. If an appeal is denied, the fine must be paid within (10) ten calendar days of the Committee’s
notification.

Effective August 1, 2003

Description of Violation Fine

  • Parked Without a Valid Permit : $ 20.00
  • Parked in Crosswalk : $ 10.00
  • Parked in Loading Zone : $ 10.00
  • Parked in Designated Reserved Space : $ 20.00
  • Parked on the Grass : $ 10.00
  • Parked in a No Parking Zone : $ 10.00
  • Parked in Fire Lane : $ 20.00
  • Improper Display of Permit : $ 5.00
  • Illegal Use, Disposal or Acceptance of Permit or Pass : $ 20.00
  • Parked in Space Reserved for Handicapped : $ 100.00
  • Failure to Display Handicap Placard : $ 5.00
  • Parked in Faculty/Staff Lot with Student Permit : $ 10.00
  • Parked in Student Lot with Faculty/Staff Permit : $ 10.00
  • Vehicle Illegally Parked : $ 10.00
  • Vehicle Parked in Motorcycle Space : $ 5.00
  • Motorcycle Parked in Vehicle Space : $ 5.00
  • Blocking Another Vehicle : $ 10.00
  • Obstructing Traffic : $ 10.00
  • Defaced/Altered Permit : $ 5.00
  • Boot Removal Fee : $ 25.00
  • Use of Stolen Permit : $ 50.00
  • Parked in Roadway : $ 10.00
  • Improper Parking : $ 10.00
  • Exceeded Posted Time : $ 10.00
  • Tampering with/removal of Immobilizer : $ 50.00
  • Parked within 15 Ft. of Fire Hydrant : $ 10.00
  • Parked in a State Vehicle Space without Authorization : $ 10.00
  • Vehicle Left Overnight without Authorization : $ 20.00 + tow fee
  • Abandoned Vehicle : $ 20.00 + tow fee