Student Handbook Parking and Other Traffic Violations

Xavier University Police Department will assess monetary fines for parking and other traffic violations. Fines must be paid within 10 calendar days of the violation or it will automatically be charged to an individual's bursar account. Unpaid or habitual violations may result in increased fines, booting, towing, and/or loss of parking privileges. Vehicles found impeding or obstructing vehicular or pedestrian traffic or left abandoned (including those with no permit, registration or that are nonfunctional) for more than 14 hours are subject to be towed at the owner's expense. Students are responsible for unpaid parking violations incurred by their guests.

Student fines should be paid at the Office of the Bursar or online through Parking Services. Fines may be appealed online as well within 7 days after the date of the violation. After that time, appeals will not be accepted for review. A parking appeals panel made up of current students, faculty, and staff typically meets once a month (unless otherwise needed) to review all timely submitted appeals based on Xavier's rules and regulations. No appeal decisions are made by the Office of Auxiliary Services, Parking Services, or Xavier University Police Department. The decisions of the parking appeals panel are final.

Parking fines are applied to the student's bursar bill if not paid within 10 business days after the violation. A processing fee of $10.00 will be added to any unpaid parking fines.