Visitors and guests are welcome during the academic semester on the Rindge campus and are required to register with the Department of Campus Safety in the St. Peters Building, prior to parking on campus.
Guests visiting the University on business only may use spaces at the Peterson Hall and DiGregorio parking lots. These spaces are for short-term daytime visitor parking only. All other visitors/guests are required to park in the DiGregorio lot.
A visitor permit will be issued for no more than 3 consecutive days and the visitor must be accompanied by the student host when registering and at all time thereafter.
Students are financially responsible for all fines of tickets issued to their vehicles and those of their visitors/guests. Fines can only be paid through the Student Financial Services office.
|Fire Lane/Restricted Area||$100.00|
|Blocking Fire Hydrant||$100.00|
|Hindering Snow Removal||$75.00|
|Failure to Display/Unregistered (University) Vehicle||$50.00|
|Unauthorized Use of/Forged Permit||$50.00|
|Driving Wrong Way||$50.00|
|Driving/Parking on Sidewalk/Lawn/Crosswalk||$25.00|
|Parking in a non-designated Space||$25.00|
|Expired or Unregistered Vehicle (State)||$25.00|
|General Parking or Vehicle Violation||$25.00|
Each citation you receive will result in a ticket being placed on your vehicle. There are some incidents that may require the campus safety office to send it via university mail.
Due to inclement weather the ticket may not remain on your vehicle and possibly blow away. The ticket issued is still valid. You will have 14 days from the date of issuance to appeal your citation.
Submit your appeal to:
If you submit any appeal after 14 days from the day of issuance it will be denied and you will be held responsible for the fine.
Send an email to , describing the date, time location and violation and the reason an appeal should
be considered by the Appeals Board.
Operating privileges suspended for 5 or more citations (paid or not) will result in the vehicle only being allowed to be parked in the DiGregorio parking lot. Appeals can be submitted to the Director of Campus Safety. Operang on campus after a suspension had been invoked will result in a Failure to Comply charge under the Student Code of Conduct.
During and after snowfall, Facilities will begin snow removal procedures. When snow is expected, a voicemail will be sent out to notify the Franklin Pierce community when and where to move their vehicles. Vehicles parked in such a way as to prohibit/hinder snow removal or which do not comply with snow removal instructions will be towed/ticketed and stored at the expense of the vehicle owner. This includes not moving your vehicle from a lot at the specified time. Vehicles not able to be moved will be towed at the owner’s expense.
Periodically, the University will host special events on campus for large groups. The University reserves the right to temporarily alter these parking policies to accommodate these groups. Campus Safety will make reasonable attempts to notify the University Community of any changes, temporary or permanent, to these policies.
It is the responsibility of the registrant to maintain their vehicle and to ensure it is safe to operate on campus. No one is permitted to perform any maintenance of his/her vehicle on Franklin Pierce Property. Vehicles not able to be moved when requested will result in towing at the owner’s expense.
Suggestions and comments regarding campus parking policies may be submitted to the Parking Committee via the Director of Campus Safety. Membership on the Committee consists of Faculty, Staff and Students.
Any questions, concerns, or suggestions regarding these published policies should be directed to the Director of Campus Safety at (603) 899 ‐ 4102 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Financial Services 1‐877‐372‐7347 or (603) 899‐4180
St. Peters Building
40 University Drive
Rindge, NH 03461
The Department of Campus Safety is responsible for the protection of both persons and property. Officers patrol the buildings and grounds around the clock and are always available to assist students, faculty, staff and visitors. The Department is also responsible for providing crime awareness education programs, issuing ID cards, and administering and enforcing parking regulations.
The department publishes and distributes crime statistics and security policies annually in compliance with the Campus Crime and Security Awareness Act of 1990. Copies of this publication are available here and at Campus Safety in the St. Peter's Building, in Admissions and in Human Resources.