Highland Community College held Pinning and Graduation ceremonies for the 2021 Associate Degree Nursing Students on Friday August 13, 2021
Highland Community College held Pinning and Graduation ceremonies for the 2021 Associate... Read More
Vehicle registration is free. Each student motor vehicle being a car, truck, motorcycle, etc. must be registered and display a Highland Community College parking permit sticker on the lower passenger side corner of the rear window. Make sure the sticker is visible at all times. A parking permit sticker provides quick identification of a vehicle owner. You could be contacted more quickly by Campus Safety and Security Officers when your vehicle must be moved for snow removal, vehicle vandalism, or in emergency situations.
Below are the HCC Parking Policy Guidelines you must follow to avoid being cited. Students must register their vehicle at their location to receive a parking permit sticker.
HCC Parking Policy
Students, staff, and faculty are required to register their vehicles and display parking permits when parked in campus parking lots. Students living in campus housing will be assigned parking according to their housing assignment as per the following chart and may not park in any other area on campus.
Commuter students will be allowed to park in lots labeled “C.” Additional HCC Lots and Open Parking
With certain exceptions, the parking areas are active 24 hours a day, Monday through Friday, except special events as designated by Highland Community College. Parking areas are active in all weather conditions. The parking areas are depicted on parking maps distributed at the time permits are received.
Multiple parking permits are available for HCC employees. Failure to display a parking permit will result in a parking violation.
After 5:00 PM and before 6:00 AM (Monday through Friday) and throughout the weekends , parking is open to everyone in the following parking areas:
Designated handicapped spaces are appropriately marked in accordance with state regulations. Only students, staff, and visitors with valid handicap parking permits are allowed to park in handicap spaces, at all times.
Any individual who is injured and requires crutches may get permission from the Vice President for Student Services to park close to the cafeteria or classrooms. A special permit is issued to that individual and must be displayed in the front window when parked on campus.
Responsibility for locating a legal parking space rests with the vehicle operator. Individuals who do not comply with campus parking rules and regulations will be issued a parking violation and charged a fine in accordance with the fee structure listed below. All fines levied against violators have been approved by the Highland Community College Board of Trustees. All fines must be paid in the Business Office, Administration Building, during normal work hours, or by mail.
Payment of Fines
All violation fees doubles if not paid in ten working days. Fines are cumulative for the academic year, fall through summer. Fine Charges are as follows:
Failure to pay fine after 10 working days from the date the ticket was issued, the Administration office is notified and a hold is put on the vehicle owner’s grades and registration process.
Highland Community College is pleased to announce that Gregory Cary has been named the new Head... Read More