Parking 101: An Introduction to Campus Parking is designed to provide an brief overview of parking information for new students and faculty members. Please search our website or contact us for detailed information on any topic included in this file. Parking 101
Enforcement times are from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Residence Halls are enforced 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Parking tickets are issued to all illegally parked cars on the UL Lafayette campus by Transportation Services enforcement personnel and University Police.
- Tickets are $35.00 each for the majority of violations.
- Parking in the Wrong Zone: $50
- Unregistered Vehicle: $50
- Illegally blocking access to a handicapped stall: $100
- Illegally parking in a handicapped spot: $300
An illegally parked vehicle can be either immobilized or towed at the owners expense upon issuance of the third ticket and every ticket thereafter. Immobilization (boot) fee is $100.
If you feel a ticket has been issued improperly, you may file an appeal within 4 class days of the issuance. Citation Appeal
Boot/ Immobilization Process
Vehicles may be immobilized if:
- The vehicle has 3 or more outstanding citations
The vehicle removes or changes plates on the same vehicle
- University Police will be notified as well
Booted/Immobilized vehicles will receive and additional $100 Immobilization Citation that will be included in the total amount owed
Pictures will be taken before and after the immobilization device is placed on the vehicle -- If device is moved or tampered with, an additional $200 Tampering with Immobilization Device Citation will be issued
All fees must be paid prior to the removal of the immobilization/boot device prior to close of business at the Transportation Services Office located at 619 McKinley in the Olivier Parking Tower. At 4:30 p.m. a Tow Service will be contacted and the vehicle will be towed at which time separate charges will be accrued. These additional charges are paid to the Towing Company for their service and will not include the amount still owed to the University.
Temporary Handicapped Parking Needs. The Office of Transportation Services will strive to help students, faculty and staff with temporary mobility issues. If you require a handicapped parking space, you MUST first have the handicapped license plate and placard/hang tag from the State of Louisiana. We cannot issue temporary permits to park in handicapped parking spaces.
We are, at this time, unable to provide parking for any temporary medical issues. We will not accept doctor's notes or anything other than the appropriate credentials from the State of Louisiana OR the state in which you reside. If you have questions, please contact us at 482-6858.