Parking Questions & Answers
No. Parking permits are non-transferable. One permit per vehicle. The permits are not registered to the student or faculty or staff member; they are registered to the vehicle. See more about how to get a permit.
Class withdrawal/cancellation - The permit cost will be refunded if the permit was purchased prior to attending classes and a student withdraws from classes, or if classes are cancelled and a student will not be attending any other classes on Eastern Florida State College campuses. The parking permit must be returned to the Campus Security Office to obtain a refund.
- Vehicle replacement - If a student purchased a parking permit for a vehicle that becomes inoperable, or if a student purchases a different vehicle within the period of validity of the purchased permit, a new permit will be issued without additional cost, and the old permit will become invalid.
- Vehicle involved in a crash - If a student's current EFSC-registered vehicle becomes disabled due to a traffic crash, he or she will be issued a new permit for a new vehicle without additional cost, and the old permit will become invalid. A written statement detailing the facts and circumstances may be required. If a student's vehicle is temporarily disabled, he or she will be issued a temporary permit at no cost while the vehicle is being repaired.
- Lost or stolen permit - If a student's current EFSC parking permit is lost or stolen, he or she may be required to provide a written statement detailing the facts and circumstances. If within the period of validity of the purchased permit, a new permit will be issued without additional cost, and the old permit will become invalid.
- Damaged/replaced window - If a student's rear window becomes damaged and needs replacing, he or she will be issued a new permit without cost, and the old permit will become invalid. A written statement detailing the facts and circumstances may be required.
Student parking permits are valid for a year or until the permits expiration date if purchased after a Fall Term. Student parking permits follow an academic year (adjacent Fall, Spring and Summer Terms) not a calendar year.
Faculty and staff parking permits do not expire as long as the person is employed by the College.
Temporary Parking Passes are available in the Security Offices of each campus, povided you have a valid parking permit on file.
- Make sure to obtain a temporary parking pass prior to class or work.
- Temporary parking passes may be written up to 30 days. Duration of the pass is up to the discretion of the Security Office.
All students must have a minimum of a temporary parking permit by the end of first week of classes of each term.
Students who fail to obtain a permit by the end of the first week of classes will be written citations by the Security Offices.
All vehicles parked on EFSC property without a valid parking permit face traffic citations for the violation.
- Parking citations are given for each occurrence with the published fine for each infraction.
- Failure to pay traffic citations will impact the student’s ability to progress in their studies, obtain grades and transcripts and graduate.
No. Parking permits are not needed to attend public events or visiting on EFSC campuses. However, there may be a need for a temporary or event permit for your vehicle. This is determined by the Chief of Collegewide Security and the Event Coordinator.
Yes. All parking permits and traffic citation disputes shall be directed to the Campus Sergeant for consideration and resolution.