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Parking & Motor Vehicle Information

Traffic and parking regulations are necessary to ensure the safety of the University community and our guests. The following regulations are designed to promote the safe flow of traffic on our campus and to provide as much on-campus parking as possible. The online version of these traffic regulations is the most up-to-date and shall be regarded as the official guide to parking and driving on Drew University’s campus. All members of the community are responsible for reviewing and adhering to the following guidelines.

Motor Vehicle Ticket Appeals

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
    1. Tickets MUST be appealed within 5 days of the violation. After the 5th day, the right to appeal is lost and you are responsible for all fines associated with the ticket.
    2. Towing and Impound fees may not be appealed.

To appeal a ticket, go to the MY PARKING link on the Treehouse page, click on the SEARCH TICKETS link, type in ticket number, and then click on APPEAL link.  Please make sure to include the date, time, and nature of the violation, as well as a written paragraph adding the reasoning and supporting information for why the violation should be changed/overturned. These appeals will be heard and decided upon by staff in Campus Security, who are not responsible for the initial issuance of the violation.

For those appealing more than one ticket, you must file a separate appeals form for each ticket

Frequently Asked Questions

I AM A FIRST YEAR STUDENT AND WANT TO BRING MY CAR TO CAMPUS FOR A FEW DAYS. MAY I MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THIS?

A: First years and Sophomores may only get temporary parking permits from Friday night to Sunday afternoon. They will not be given temporary permits for any other times unless they receive special approval in advance from the Director of Campus Security or designee.

I AM A SENIOR AND HAVE A STUDENT PARKING PASS ON MY CAR, BUT IT IS IN THE SHOP FOR A FEW DAYS AND I WILL BE USING MY PARENTS’ CAR IN THE MEANTIME. WHAT SHOULD I DO?

A: If a student with a valid parking pass will be using a different vehicle for awhile, she/he/they may obtain a temporary parking permit at no charge which will permit parking in their assigned lot.

I AM A SENIOR BUT DO NOT HAVE A CAR ON CAMPUS. MAY I REGISTER MY FRIEND’S CAR IN MY NAME?

A: No. The car must belong to the student or the parents of the student who is registering it.

IF IT’S NIGHT, AND THE ONLY AVAILABLE PARKING SPACES ARE IN TILGHMAN LOT, FAR AWAY FROM MY RESIDENCE HALL, WHAT CAN I DO TO FEEL SAFE?

A: Park your car in Tilghman and then use the LiveSafe app to assist you in safe walk, go to the gatehouse, or call 973-408-3379.

I COMMUTE TO SCHOOL AT DREW. WHERE SHOULD I PARK?

A: There is one commuter lot behind Lewis House, next to the Methodist Church. Commuters may also park in the Main or Tilghman lots.

WHERE CAN I CHARGE MY ELECTRIC VEHICLE?

A: The University does not provide or allow for personal electric vehicles, including automobiles, to be charged on University property. The Borough of Madison has ten dual SemaConnect (Blink) Level 2 public Electric Vehicle (EV) charging ports located at convenient locations around town. Charge your electric vehicle while you shop, dine and play. The charging locations are found on the Borough website.