Operating and parking a motor vehicle on the JU campus is a privilege extended by the University and comes under the jurisdiction of the Vice President for Student Life. Reckless or unsafe driving, speeding or illegal parking will result in disciplinary action and/or fines. All students and employees of the University holding a valid operator’s permit issued by the Division of Licensing in their state, are permitted to operate and park properly registered motor vehicles on campus.

University students and employees must register their vehicles annually with Campus Security, normally at the beginning of the fall term. At the time of vehicle registration, a parking decal will be issued. Vehicle owners/drivers who register vehicles will receive a copy of the parking and traffic rules and regulations at the time of vehicle registration.

Noncompliance with the rules and regulations concerning safe operation of vehicles on campus and parking will result in penalties. These penalties range from citations (fines) to having your vehicle booted, towed from campus, and/or loss of parking privileges. Failure to pay parking fines within 30 days may result in additional fines and possible booting and/or towing. Final grades, transcripts, and diplomas will be withheld from students until fines and any late fees have been paid. University employees are subject to all parking rules and regulations and any associated citations (fines) for violations, as well as any applicable administrative action.


Parking and Traffic Regulations on the JU Website.​