The Ursinus College campus is private property, and the College determines all motor vehicle regulations. Ursinus College is not responsible for the safety or protection of motor vehicles, or their contents, while parked on college property.
All student vehicles brought to campus must be registered with Campus Safety in Wismer Hall within the first week of classes, or within one (1) hour of arrival during the semester.
Parking restrictions and regulations regarding student, visitor, employee, and handicapped spaces, along with fire lanes, loading zones, and the obstruction of other vehicles or traffic will be enforced 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
All students, faculty, staff, and visitors must abide by all Ursinus College traffic and parking regulations. These regulations are provided on the Vehicle Registration form and Parking Division web pages. Special parking areas are marked. All drivers must adhere to state and local parking ordinances. Violations will be distributed when vehicles are not parked according to Ursinus regulations. Fines may be assessed to student accounts at any time once ownership of a vehicle is determined. Repeated violations may result in a tire boot being placed on the vehicle, towing without notice, or the loss of parking privileges.
By parking on Ursinus College property, the driver and registrant of the vehicle agrees that neither Ursinus College nor its employees are responsible for injury to persons, nor for the theft of, or damage to, vehicles or their contents, while parked on college property. Vehicles must be operated in a prudent manner relative to conditions of the road or lot (e.g., weather, time of day, road conditions) while on college property. Responsibility for any liability resulting from the location or operation of a motor vehicle on college property rests with the operator or owner and not with the College. The person who registers a vehicle with the college is responsible for assuring that the vehicle, regardless of who drives it, is driven and parked in accordance with these regulations.