Presentation on theme: "PARKING LOT OPERATIONS 2014. Why should I have to pay for parking? Parking Operations needs to generate all the revenue needed to provide parking services."— Presentation transcript:
Why should I have to pay for parking? Parking Operations needs to generate all the revenue needed to provide parking services to the University. No University or state funds are generally available to subsidize parking operations. All funds generated are used for lot maintenance and operational expenditures.
2014 Parking Committee The Committee shall be composed of three faculty members elected from and by each School or College for a two-year term with one half being elected each year, two undergraduate students selected by Student Council, one graduate student selected by the Council of Graduate Students, and one staff member selected by the Staff Council. The Director of Physical Facilities (voting) and the Director of the Missouri S&T Police Department (non-voting) shall be ex-officio members. Staff Council and student terms shall be for one year. Two additional members may be appointed by the Chancellor. The Chancellor shall designate one of the committee members as chairman.
2014 Cost Comparison StudentFaculty/Staff Missouri S& T $127.90 12 Months$127.90 UMKC $315.00 12 Months $576.00 UMSL $288.00 12 Months $744.00 MU $207.00 12 Months $336.00 Meter Long Term Missouri S&T.50 hour All others $1.00 hour Other Engineering Universities MIT $1,192 Cal Tech $480 Georgia Tec $690
6 All parking on campus requires a purchased permit. Parking at meters requires payment even if a permit is purchased. Decals (permit and registration stickers) must be affixed to the outside of the rear window or bumper on driver ’ s side of the vehicle. Temporary tags shall be affixed to the inside rear window on the driver ’ s side of the vehicle. If the temporary tag is not visible due to tinting, the tag must be affixed to the outside rear window on the driver's side of the vehicle.