ECSU Parking Information
Welcome to Elizabeth City State University. Parking on campus is by permit only. All faculty, staff and students (Full-Time or Part-Time) who planning to park on campus are required to register their vehicles with the University Police Department, pay a registration fee and display a valid permit on their vehicle. Faculty, staff, student, and visitor hangtags must be placed on the rearview mirror facing outward at all times the vehicle is parked on university property. All questions should be directed to ECSU Police Department Parking Unit, Thomas Jenkins Building, 252-335-3095.
Parking for Special Events/Visitor Parking
Departments or persons sponsoring workshops, seminars, contractual work or other special activities which require additional visitor parking, must complete the Visitor Parking Permit Request 24 hours in advance of persons visiting the campus. There are no parking enforcement during sporting events on the University campus.
Visitors are individuals not enrolled or employed by the university. All visitors must report to University Police Department where they are issued a "Visitor's Pass". This parking pass will cover the period the visitor expects to be on campus and will also serve as authorization to park in visitors designated parking spaces. Visitors are expected to comply with university parking and traffic regulations and are held responsible for citations issued for incorrect or improper parking.
Purchasing Parking Permits
The ECSU Parking Unit uses Cardinal Tracking Ticktrak automated system to manage parking accounts. Upon request faculty, staff, and students can ask for a copy of their citations or information regarding their parking account from University Police Parking Unit located at the Thomas Jenkins Building or 252-335-3095.
All ECSU students, whether full-time or part-time, who wish to park vehicles on campus, must register their vehicle online at ECSU Parking Application and purchase a parking permit. Students that have financial aid available will be able to use this method of payment to purchase a permit. If you need to renew your parking permit with the existing vehicle registration information, DO NOT register again. Bring a proof of your Vehicle Registration, Driver's License, ECSU Student ID and the receipt, if you requested a voucher just bring proof of your Vehicle Registration, Driver's License and ECSU Student ID. A student with three or more outstanding parking citations shall not be permitted to register a vehicle, park on campus or purchase a parking permit until the citations have been paid or invalidated through the appeal process. Viking Village Residence Hall parking spaces are sold on a first-come, first serve basis until all spaces are sold. Only these permittees will be allowed to park at Viking Village. Visitors and others must park in the overflow lot behind C.W. Griffin Hall.
Faculty & Staff Parking
Faculty and Staff must register their vehicles online and purchase a parking permit within five (5) days of their employment or upon returning to campus for the academic year. If you need to renew your parking permit with the existing vehicle registration information from 2016 - 2017 academic year, DO NOT register again. Bring a proof of your Vehicle Registration, Driver's License, ECSU Employee ID and the receipt, if you are selecting Payroll Deduction the ECSU Parking Unit personnel will note the information and give the request to the Payroll Department.
Faculty, employed to teach during summer sessions are also required to have a parking permit.
Temporary Employment Parking
Temporary employees must register their vehicles online and purchase a parking permit within five (5) days of their employment, or upon returning to campus for the academic year. Temporary employees must provide the cashier with documentation to confirm the length of expected employment, in order that appropriate parking fees can be assessed.
When a replacement permit is needed, you must contact the University Police Parking Unit and complete an official report indicating the status of your permit. There is no replacement fee for lost, stolen, or damaged permits. The current permit will then be canceled.
The parking permit for vehicles can be paid starting August 1st of each year. The fees are annual costs unless otherwise indicated:
|Students (Spring or Second Semester Only)||$25.00|
|Faculty & Staff Reserved||$115.00|
|Faculty & Staff Non-Reserved||$60.00|
|Temporary Employees||$5.00 per month, $60.00 year|
No parking permit refunds will be granted. All purchases are final.
Any vehicle found illegally, improperly parked, or has three (3) or more outstanding parking citations will be towed and placed in storage at the discretion of the University Police Department Parking Unit.
It is acknowledged that extenuating circumstances may occur in some instances when citations are issued. Anyone under the belief that a citation has been issued without justification, may write a appeal letter to the Traffic Review Committee. Any appeal must be initiated within fifteen (15) business days of the date citation was issued. Procedures for intitating this action are available through the University Police Department Parking Unit.
Payroll deduction for faculty and staff (Full-Time) will begin on August 1st and will be ongoing unless otherwise stated by the Parking Unit. Employees enrolling deduction after the start of the year will have their monthly deductions calculated by dividing the number of months remaining in the fiscal year by the amount of the permit.
|Parking Permit (Decals) Fees||Months Deducted||Amount Deducted|
|$150.00 - Administrator Reserved||September - November||$50.00|
|$115.00 - Faculty & Staff Reserved||September - November||$38.33|
|$60.00 - Faculty & Staff Non-Reserved||September - October||$30.00|
Fines owed by students, faculty and staff are considered to be debts to the University and will be collected accordingly. You will not be allowed to register an vehicle if you owe the University fines associated with Parking and Traffic Violations.