In previous years, there have not been enough motorcycles/scooters on campus to implement a separate policy for motorcycles and motorized scooters; however, the growing number of these vehicles prompted the college to designate special areas this academic year for motorcycle/scooters parking.
Commuter students, faculty and staff
Motorcycles/scooters are not required to display a CSS parking permit but MUST park in one of the two designated motorcycle/scooter parking areas. Any motorcycle/scooter parked outside of these areas are subjected to ticketing and towing under the colleges parking regulations.
Designated commuter motorcycle/scooter parking areas:
Parking Lot 3 – a marked section of parking along the curbed area next to the 3rd floor entrance to Somers Hall to include the cross-hatched area and up to three additional parking spaces.
Parking Lot 13 – a marked section of parking to include the cross-hatched area on the east side of the parking lot and up to two additional parking spaces.
The designated commuter motorcycle/scooter parking areas will be seasonal and will be effective during the following times:
Fall semester – September 3. 2012 to November 16, 2012
Spring semester – March 18, 2013 to May 10, 2013
The fall end and spring start dates may change due to weather conditions.
On-campus residential students
Students living on campus will be allowed to only parking their motorcycles/scooters in one of the designated overnight parking lots in a general parking space. We encourage riders to share parking spaces. Motorcycles/scooters are not required to display a CSS parking permit. Students are only allowed to have one vehicle on campus, so if you have a motorcycle/scooter on campus, you can not have another vehicle on campus.
At no time shall motorcycles/scooters be operated or parked on sidewalks, concrete areas, grass, or other landscape. Motorcycles/scooters are to ONLY be driven on asphalt roadways and parking lots.
The College of St. Scholastica
1200 Kenwood Avenue
Duluth, MN 55811