All individuals parking on the Stonehill College campus must read and abide by the rules set forth below. We recommend that you print out this page and keep it in your glove box for future reference. 

  • Vehicle owners must register their vehicles with the college. Parking decals can be obtained by registering your vehicle on-line. 
  • At the beginning of each semester Campus police department will send an email stating dates, times, and location of decal pick up. After the first 2 weeks of a new semester, students should be directed to CPD for decal/and or transponder pick up during normal business hours Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
  • Parking decals must be permanently affixed to the lower left corner of the windshield. Failure to properly display a current parking permit will result in fines and/or towing. All previous parking decals must be removed.
  • Gate transponder must also be affixed to the windshield.

Campus Police reserve the right to tow any illegally parked vehicle at the owner’s expense.


  • Any vehicle parked on campus property is subject to towing if deemed necessary by a police officer
  • Drivers are responsible for parking legally
  • Illegally parked vehicles may be towed without prior notification of the owner. Owners are responsible for towing and storage charges. 

The following are some examples of vehicle violations:

  • Obstructing fire lanes or other emergency access
  • Parked in front of any campus building
  • Not registered and/or not displaying a proper permit
  • Parked illegally in handicapped parking spaces
  • A student vehicle parked in Admin/Faculty/Staff (AFS) areas (yellow lined spaces) or any unauthorized lot
  • Obstructing snow removal
  • Parked over time in a short-term parking space

Campus Police officers issue parking citations for vehicles parked in violation of rules and regulations. Multiple citations may be issued to vehicles parked in violation over two enforcement periods, i.e. permit violation and overnight violation

While a parking permit authorizes parking on campus, it does not guarantee a parking space. Some days finding a parking space may be challenging. Commuter students should plan to arrive early to find a valid parking space.

Parking rules are enforced 24 hours a day. Vehicles parked in residential lots must display a valid resident parking permit. Guests must park their vehicles in the "Student/Visitor Lot" while on campus. 

Campus police issues temporary parking permits on a space available basis. Individuals who do not possess a current parking permit must contact Campus Police to determine if space is available before bringing a vehicle to campus. Temporary permits are not issued just because you have brought a vehicle to Campus. Non-permit holders may request up to three temporary parking permits for one week at a time per academic year. A $5.00 fee will be charged for temporary passes.  

**Alterations to any parking pass may result in loss of parking privileges for a designated length of time and/or discipline **


Students with temporary or permanent medical disabilities may request a medical hangtag. Medical documentation of an illness or injury must be submitted by your physician and will be reviewed by the Director of Health Services, as well as the Campus Police Department to substantiate disability claims.

The Chief of Police, or designee, may revoke the privilege to maintain/operate a vehicle on campus for:

  • Continued disregard for rules/regulations
  • Six or more parking violations in the academic year
  • Flagrant violations, reckless driving and violations that jeopardize the safety/welfare of the community
  • Individuals who have been notified that their privilege to maintain and/or operate their vehicles on campus must remove their vehicle from campus within 48 hours of the revocation notice. Should the vehicle be observed on campus, it will be towed at the owner’s expense, and the operator will be subject to further disciplinary action. 
  • Any other offense which the Chief deems

You have the right to appeal your parking ticket. Your appeal must be received within 14 days from the date the ticket is issued or the appeal will not be considered - NO EXCEPTIONS!

The appeal form can be accessed via the Campus Police website by clicking on the “Parking on Campus” link.       


Parking spaces on campus are clearly color coded:

  • Student – White lined spaces
  • Faculty/Staff – Yellow lined spaces


A state issued permit is required to park in any designated disability parking space. A vehicle only displaying a campus medical permit parked in a disability space is subject to ticketing and tow.

Campus Police reserves the right to close any parking lot or portion thereof, and/or authorize alternate parking locations for certain campus events. Time permitting, advance notices are sent to the community via email and posted on channel 70. 

Campus Police reserves the right to close any parking lot or portion thereof, and/or authorize alternate parking locations for certain campus events. Time permitting, advance notices are sent to the community via email and posted on channel 70. Resident students must park their vehicles in designated areas in white lined spaces only and walk from place to place. The designated resident student lots are: 

  • Duffy Lot (Only allowed after 5pm and prior to 7am Monday- Friday. Weekend parking allowed.)
  • Boland Lot 
  • Pilgrim Village Lot 
  • Pilgrim Heights Lot 
  • Holy Cross Center Lot 
  • Villa Theresa Lot 
  • Corr Lot 
  • Notre Dame du Lac South Lot 
  • Student/Visitor Lot 


Monday through Friday 7:00 am – 11:00 pm 

  • Student/Visitor Lot 
  • Any PURPLE-LINED space in Roche North lot & Chapel of Mary 

This permit is not valid for overnight parking.  


  • Monday through Friday 7:00 am – 5:00 pm 
    • MacPhaidin Lot
    • Student/Visitor Lot
  • Monday through Friday 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
    • MacPhaidin Lot 
    • Student/Visitor Lot
    • Duffy Lot

Part-time students are issued a rearview mirror hangtag permit from the Registrar’s Office.  This hangtag is not valid for overnight parking.  


  • Operators of vehicles with tinted windows should contact Campus Police to make special arrangements
  • Vehicles not registered, improperly registered, or without proper license plates are subject to towing. Vehicles that cannot be readily moved or are inoperable shall be towed.
  • Report changes in license plates, makes, models, owners, etc., to the Campus Police Department immediately.

Contact Information:

Brother James Madigan Carriage House

The Mission of the Stonehill College Police Department is to provide comprehensive law enforcement services that enhance the educational mission of the college.