Come to Campus Safety with your student I.D. card and the vehicle’s DMV registration card. You can obtain a replacement permit at the current cost of $25.
kevin2020-08-14T01:46:49-07:00I just switched cars. The old car was registered. What should I do?kevin2020-08-14T01:46:49-07:00
Come to Campus Safety with your student I.D. card and the new vehicle's DMV registration card, and we will update your records. Failure to do so may cause your vehicle to receive citations even though a valid parking permit is displayed. Parking permits are issued to specific vehicles and are not transferable.
kevin2020-08-14T01:46:34-07:00I just brought a car on campus. How much time do I have before I have to register it?kevin2020-08-14T01:46:34-07:00
You have three days to register the vehicle after bringing it on the property of The Claremont Colleges. You may, however, still be cited for failure to register until you register your vehicle. You can appeal these citations.
kevin2020-08-14T01:46:18-07:00I have a friend who will be visiting me for a few days. Do they have to register their car?kevin2020-08-14T01:46:18-07:00
Yes. All vehicles on the property of The Claremont Colleges must have a parking permit. Your friend can apply for a temporary parking permit at Campus Safety.
kevin2020-08-14T01:46:07-07:00I will have a car on campus for the next few days. Do I really have to register it?kevin2020-08-14T01:46:07-07:00
Yes. You are eligible for a free temporary parking permit.
kevin2020-08-14T01:45:52-07:00How much of my vehicle registration fees go to Campus Safety?kevin2020-08-14T01:45:52-07:00
None. All vehicle registration fees are collected by each of the campuses.
kevin2020-08-14T01:45:38-07:00Why are the vehicle registration fees different for each campus?kevin2020-08-14T01:45:38-07:00
The vehicle registration fee is set by each campus and are billed to your student account.
kevin2020-08-14T01:45:24-07:00I saw a traffic accident. What should I do?kevin2020-08-14T01:45:24-07:00
Firstly, notify Campus Safety so that the appropriate help can be sent. Tell the dispatcher the exact location of the accident and if you think anyone is injured or hurt. Stay on the phone until the dispatcher instructs you to end the call.