Parking for visitors who are on campus for Admission events is available in the lots next to the Admission Building at the corner of East Broadway and North 6th Street. There is a lot on the northwest side of the building as well as spaces in the lot in the front of the Center for Science and Business on Broadway.
During work days, all Monmouth College parking lots and parking areas, including those streets and drives on the College campus, require a Monmouth College parking permit. However, Faculty/Staff lots are unrestricted from 5 pm to 6 am. All parking lots are open from 5 pm on Friday to 5 pm on Sunday unless parking has been restricted for an event or maintenance.
A number of campus parking spaces are designated for handicapped parking. These parking spaces are clearly marked and are restricted for use by vehicles displaying a valid handicapped permit issued by licensed physicians or state-issued handicapped license plates.
Temporary Parking Permits
Overnight visitors should obtain a temporary parking hangtag from the Stockdale Center, Director of Safety and Security or Admission office.
City of Monmouth Parking
Parking on City streets without a City residential permit in the neighborhoods surrounding campus is prohibited from 2 am to 6 am. A number of streets boarding campus are designated by the City of Monmouth as "Emergency/Snow Routes." When a snow emergency has been issued, parking on these streets is prohibited until the snow has been cleared. Violations of City ordinances will be enforced by the Monmouth Police Department.
Regulations and Administration
Vehicles used by visitors are subject to the rules and regulations stated in the Monmouth College Parking Rules and Regulations or as posted by Monmouth College. Vehicles should not block campus fire lanes, service drives, loading docks or sidewalks. While driving on campus, all motorists must yield the right of way to pedestrians.
Overall coordination of the parking program at Monmouth College is the responsibility of the Director of Safety and Security. Inquiries regarding parking regulations and procedures should be directed to the Director of Safety and Security. Monmouth College assumes no responsibility for theft from or damage to motor vehicles or their contents. Vehicles should be locked at all times.