All residential and commuter students are eligible to have vehicles on campus. Students with vehicles on campus must register their vehicles online through ‘My Parking’ and purchase new parking details each year. In order to apply for a parking decal online, please go to the ‘Campus’ tab on ‘myHill’. Click on the ‘My Parking’ link which will bring you to the ‘My Parking’ page. Click on ‘Apply for a Permit’ and follow the instructions.

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.

Please fix the gate transponder to your windshield. This will allow you access to campus through newly installed gates at both the Rte 123/Belmont Street and Rte 138/Washington Street entrances. 

A $10.00 fee will be applied  for any replacement transponders. If  student’s status changes the transponder will be deactivated.

Parking decal fees are automatically billed to student’s tuition bill once the vehicle has been registered. Fees not refundable.


Type Fees
Full year for a Resident Student $150
Half year for a Resident Student $75
Full year for a Commuter Student $75
Half year for a Commuter Student $37.50
SUMMER 2020 $0

Temporary Permits

Temporary permits will remain available for those students who do not regularly bring a vehicle to campus. However, no Temporary Permit will be issued for more than one week at a time. Students may obtain a total of three temporary permits during the academic year. After your third temporary permit expires you will need to apply for and purchase a permit if you wish to continue to keep your vehicle on campus. The fee for a Temporary Pass is $5.00.


As in years past, students will only be allowed to park in certain locations on campus. Students who park in any location other than the designated areas are subject to being ticketed and/or towed at the owner's expense. Anyone who has an unregistered vehicle on campus is subject to receiving a ticket and/or being towed off campus at the owner’s expense.


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.