In the Miller Information Commons (MIC) and Summit Hall parking lots, you will find kiosk-style parking meters that are referred to as "Pay and Display." You can locate the metered lots on the official Campus Parking Map identified with a red "$" symbol.
These meters are operational between the hours of 8am-4pm, Monday-Friday, during the academic year and parking in these lots costs $1 per hour. Each 15-minute block costs 25 cents, for the first hour. After one hour, you must purchase time in one-hour blocks, up to four hours. The machine does not make change.
*Master Card, Visa, Amex, and Discover can be used. There is a one hour minimum if you use a credit card.
Any Champlain employee or commuter student with a Zone 1, 3 or 4 permit. Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm it costs $1 per hour with a four-hour maximum. After hours are free. It is still required to display a valid Champlain permit along with the meter receipt.
Visitors to campus, including guest speakers, may use these parking spots for free, but they must display a valid visitor parking permit. These can be obtained by the Champlain employee hosting the guest using champlain.thepermitstore.com or by emailing email@example.com three days prior to the visit. See more details here.
Handicapped permit holders may use these spaces for free at any time. All Champlain employees or students shall display a valid Handicap Parking Permit decal on their windshield. All handicapped visitors shall display a state issued hancicap placard.
Residential students with a Zone 2 or Zone 5 permit may only use these parking lots after 4pm, Monday-Friday and on weekends.
|MIC lot kiosk is located on the north side of the lot, next to the book drop.||Summit lot kiosk in located on the backside (east side) of Summit Hall, near the driveway to the parking lot.|