Parking and traffic regulations apply to all students, faculty, visitors, and vendors and their vehicles when using campus-parking facilities.

  • Parking is permitted in designated areas only.
  • Parking is prohibited in fire lanes. The following University roadways are fire lanes:Service road between Levermore and Blodgett Halls
    • Road alongside University Center
    • Service road between Alumnae and Post Halls
    • Roadway between Earle Hall and Science Building
    • Roadway in front of Chapman, Linen and Eddy Residence Halls
    • Roadway east side of Woodruff Hall.
    • Roadway between Center for Recreation and Sports and Performing Arts Center.
    • Roadway south curbside of Parking Field #1 (Nexus)
  • Parking is prohibited within 15 feet of fire hydrants.
  • Double parking is not permitted.
  • Speed Limit is 10 MPH campus-wide.
  • Speeding and reckless driving is prohibited.
  • Parking is prohibited on all grass areas.
  • All violations of the NYS Vehicle and Traffic Law will be enforced on campus by Adelphi University Public Safety personnel.

Parking Permits

  • Parking is by permit only. Permits expire on September 30 of each year.
  • Students, faculty and staff are required to register annually.
  • All motor vehicles utilizing University parking facilities must:
    • Be registered with the University
    • Display a current state registration and inspection certificate.
    • Display a current University parking permit on the rear bumper (driver’s side).
  • Commercial vehicles are not permitted to park on campus with the exception of vendors servicing the University, vehicles authorized by Public Safety and vehicles owned by the University.
  • The University assumes no responsibility for loss or damage to vehicles parked on its property.
  • Students, faculty and staff are permitted to register a maximum of two vehicles.
  • Permits are issued to your vehicle registration and are not transferable to another vehicle.

 

Contact
Phone Number
Location
Levermore Hall, 113

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