The Department of Public Safety is responsible for the enforcement of the Siena Heights University parking rules and regulations. Parking on campus requires a permit. Permits may be purchased in person (cash or check only) at the Welcome Center in Ledwidge Hall.
Parking Permit Types:
Resident Student (grey): 24 hour parking in the Overnight Student Sections of the West and South Fieldhouse Parking Lot
Commuter Student (blue): Parking in the West and South Fieldhouse Parking Lot and the Stadium Parking Lot
Campus Village Student (purple): 24 hour parking in the Campus Village Parking Lot or the Overnight Student Sections of the West & South Fieldhouse Parking Lots
Faculty/Staff (yellow): Daytime parking only in the East Fieldhouse Parking Lot and the Stadium Parking Lot
Visitor (hang tag): Short term parking in the East Fieldhouse Parking Lot and the Stadium Parking Lot
Credit/debit card: To pay online, click here: Complete the online application and submit your payment. The order will be processed and your permit will either be mailed out to you or you can pick it up at the Welcome Center is Ledwidge Hall (option choice during ordering process).
Cash/check: in person at the Welcome Center located in the lobby of Ledwidge Hall. You can print off the application, available in the Important Files section, or pick one up at the Welcome Center.
Refunds are subject to the University Drop/Add & Withdrawal Policy to request a refund email email@example.com include name, SHU ID#, vehicle license plate, permit number, and the reason for requesting a refund.
Parking on the Siena Heights University Adrian campus is a privilege, not a right, and is available to persons driving, and parking on campus solely under the rules and regulation of the University Parking Policies.Students, faculty and staff members are expected to be familiar with and abide by University parking and traffic regulations. It is also the responsibility of the campus member to inform their guests and visitors of the rules and regulations. Students, faculty and staff members who park vehicles on the Adrian campus must properly display the appropriate approved parking permit.
Violators of the parking rules and regulations are subject to warnings, penalties and appropriate disciplinary and/or administrative action. Violations may be subject to fines, tows and related charges, wheel locks and/or loss of parking privileges. The Department of Public Safety reserves the right to waive certain parking rules and regulations for specific events or emergencies on campus.
Citation Appeal Information
All appeals to parking citations must be submitted via email within 10 calendar days from the date the citation was issued. Appeal decisions are based upon issuance errors. Lack of knowledge of the Parking Rules and Regulations is not a valid basis for appeals.
To file an appeal email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the email include:
• Name & SHU ID#
• Citation Number
• Vehicle License Plate
• Reason for appeal
Siena Heights University assumes no responsibility for the care and/or protection of any vehicle, or its contents at any time it is operated or parked on campus. The University does not have any liability for damage or theft that may occur while parked on University property. Parking is on a first come basis, the University does not guarantee parking availability.