Commonly Written Citations
Backwards in space $25 For safety issues, you cannot back into a space.
No hangtag displayed $25 All vehicles on campus must have a current hang tag or permit displayed at all times.
Improper display of parking hang tag/decal $25 Hang tags must be hung from
the rear view mirror facing forward at all times. Decals must be adhered
completely to the passenger side of the windshield- not taped on.
Parked in wrong lot/section $50 Students and employees must park in the
appropriate lot or section.
Immobilization $100 Includes receiving multiple citations, defacing or altering
a hang tag or decal, illegally parking in a designated handicapped space,
blocking another vehicle or access area, vehicles previously barred from
campus, and the transferring of a parking decal from one vehicle to another.
*All Fines are to be paid at the Controller's Office or online through leonet*
Any individual desiring to appeal a parking/traffic citation must submit his/her appeal online through leonet within ten (10) calendar days of the date of the citation(s). Online appeals can be submitted 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. The appeal will be reviewed by the Student Government Association Justices.
- Log in to your LEONET account
- Click SELF SERVICE
- Click CITATION APPEAL
- Enter the CITATION NUMBER and LICENSE PLATE NUMBER before clicking SEARCH
If you receive a hand written parking citation, you will need to put three zeros in front of the citation number and then license plate number. EX: 000765226. Please do not skip spaces between the letters and numbers of the plate. EX: T20003224, ABC123 Once a citation is issued, you have 10 calendar days to appeal it. It takes 24-hours for the citation to be downloaded and applied to your LEONET account. If you receive the citation on a Monday, you should be able to appeal it on a Tuesday after 10:00 a.m. If the citation is written on a Friday, you should be able to appeal it on the following Monday after 10:00 a.m.
For more information, please see Parking Operations Rule and Regulations.