Parking Regulations

All Heidelberg students must register their vehicles annually within the first five days of their first class. Faculty and staff must register their vehicles one time upon being hired. Failure to register a vehicle will result in a $50.00 fine and/or disciplinary action. Vehicle registration is completed by logging on to OASIS and following the instructions. Upon completion of the registration, the vehicle hanger can be acquired at the Business Office by showing your student/faculty ID.

The issued parking hanger is to be hung on the inside rearview mirror so the numbers are visible from the outside of the vehicle. If the hanger will not fit on the mirror, hang it from a string by punching holes in the hanger. The owner of the car is responsible for placing the hanger so it can be read from outside the vehicle.

All overnight visitors to the campus must obtain a yellow visitor’s parking pass. The visitor’s pass is free of charge and should be placed on the dash in front of the driver so it can be read from outside the vehicle. Please contact the Campus Safety & Security Director’s office (Campus Center 127, 419-448-2211) during regular business hours (Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm) to obtain a visitor’s pass.

24-Hour Parking

Vehicles registered to a residential student may park in these lots.

  • Lot E - Lot behind Brown Hall and France Hall
  • Lot H - King Hall East lot
  • Lot I - Krieg Hall lot
  • Lot G - Large lot beside Rock Creek at Hedges and Rebecca Street
  • Lot C - Lot on north side of tennis courts next to railroad tracks

No Overnight Parking

Vehicles may not be parked in these lots from 2:00 am to 5:00 am

  • Lot J - Aigler lot
  • Lot D - Behind University Commons/Fireside Café lot
  • Lot A - University Hall lot
  • Lot B - Founders lot
  • Lot F - Gillmor lot
  • Lot K - Brenneman lot

Restricted Parking

7:00 am – 5:00 pm

  • Lot A - University Hall lot – University visitors, reserved parking and vendors. (students are not permitted to park in this lot)
  • Lot B - Founders lot – Faculty and staff parking only
  • Lot D - Fireside Cafe Parking - Visitors Only
  • Lot E- Directly East of the Education building (Brown/France lot) - Faculty and staff only
  • Lot F - Gillmor lot – Faculty, staff and commuter parking only. Handicapped, reserved, visitor and other designated spots.
  • Lot J - Aigler lot – Faculty, staff and commuter parking only
  • Lot K - Brenneman lot – Faculty and staff only

Restricted Parking at All Times

Handicapped, service vehicles and university vehicles* parking only (*university vehicles are those owned/leased by Heidelberg University)

Campus Fines

  • Any vehicle that is operated without due regard for safety within the campus area will be ticketed.
  • Parking in a handicapped zone - $50.00
  • Non-registered vehicle - $50.00
  • Parking in fire lane - $50.00
  • Parking or driving on grassed area or sidewalk - $25.00
  • Failure to obey regulatory signs - $25.00
  • Overnight parking violation - $25.00
  • Failure to park in marked stall - $25.00
  • Restricted parking - $25.00
  • Parking in a driveway - $25.00
  • Parking in Faculty/Staff/Commuter Only Lot - $25.00

Billing Process

Parking fines will be billed to the student’s account or deducted from an employee’s pay. An email will be sent explaining the reason for the ticket, the fine and the appeal process.

Appealing Your Ticket

If you receive a ticket you have five school days to appeal it. If the ticket is not waived or appealed, the fine will be billed to your student account or employee account. All appeals for a violation must be submitted, in writing (by email) within five (5) school days to the Dean of Students.

Residential Students

Residential students are not permitted to drive to class from their Residence Hall. Students parking in a restricted lot will be ticketed accordingly.

Parking in the Community

Heidelberg University will work with its neighbors to address issues that arise from inappropriate parking in the surrounding neighborhoods. The university may take action against faculty, staff, or students that park inappropriately in non-university areas.

It is inappropriate to park across a private residents driveway, to park longer than 48 hours on public streets, or in the National Machinery parking lots (which are east of France Hall and Willard Hall).


The Campus Safety and Security Department has the authority to have vehicles towed at the vehicle owner/operator’s expense for the following reasons, chronic offender, emergency situations, blocking other vehicles, creating a safety hazard, abandoned/disabled vehicles, and any other situation determined necessary. The owner/operator of the vehicle will be responsible for all towing expenses and/or ticket fines. Any damages incurred as a result of the vehicle being towed will be the responsibility of the owner/operator. On campus parking privileges will be suspended until all ticket fines and registration fees are paid.

Chronic Offender

Chronic Offender is defined as any vehicle that is ticketed for the fifth time during the same academic year for any violation.