The Saint Xavier University parking and traffic regulations are intended to ensure safe and orderly parking on campus. The purchase of a parking permit is not a guarantee for a parking space on campus. The University reserves the right to amend the regulations as may be deemed necessary. During special events, certain areas may be designated as reserve areas.
Parking Assignment Regulations
The following is a list of all parking assignment regulations:
Parking regulations are in effect 24 hours a day throughout the entire calendar year.
Handicapped parking is available only for use by individuals holding a valid temporary permit or special license plate issued by the Illinois Secretary of State, Department of Drivers Services. Applications and information sheets are available in the Public Safety office. The department can also issue a three-day, temporary permit for on-campus use only.
Loading dock parking spaces are for service personnel only.
Visitors' permits may be used only by the designated person and for the time period issued. Visitors' permits may be obtained for guests by contacting Public Safety (CSC-100). Guests staying at residence halls must register their vehicle with the resident hall Public Safety desk officers after their stay has been approved by an RA. All unauthorized vehicles left on campus after 2 a.m. are subject to tow at the owner's expense. Vehicles are prohibited from parking overnight in Lot 2 (Bookstore).
All vehicles must be parked within designated parking space lines.
Vehicles shall not be parked as to obstruct building or parking lot entrances, fire hydrants, sidewalks or roadways. Vehicles found in violation are subject to ticketing and may be towed.
Motor vehicles shall be driven only on established roadways or parking areas.
No person shall drive any motor vehicle on campus in a reckless, careless or unsafe manner as to endanger pedestrians or the safe operation of other vehicles.
Vehicular traffic shall move in the indicated one-way direction on all paved areas.
Every driver of a vehicle shall stop the vehicle at posted stop signs, except when directed by any Public Safety officer to do otherwise.
The driver of any vehicle shall obey the directions and commands of any uniformed or properly identified member of the Saint Xavier University Office of Public Safety or Chicago Police Department.
Parking is not permitted on the streets surrounding the Visual Arts Center on Spaulding Avenue. Students parking on these streets while attending class or other University activities can be ticketed and are subject to disciplinary action.
A list of of current violations and associated fines is available from the Office of Public Safety.
The Bursar's Office will place a hold on the records of any student with unpaid parking tickets.
Ticket not paid within the stated time frame are subject to late penalties.
Payment of Fines
Fines may be paid at the Bursar's Office or by mail addressed to:
Office of Public Safety (CSC-100)
Saint Xavier University
3700 West 103rd Street
Chicago, IL 60655
Fines also may be paid in the Office of Public Safety (CSC-100) Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Vehicle Damage or Theft
Saint Xavier University is not responsible for any vehicle damage or theft while parked on the campus.