Starting Fall 2012, the College will implement a new Institutional Fee for all students registered for classes. This fee will replace the current student hangtag system.
Below is the tiered fee structure based on credit hours charged:
- 1-3 credit hours (no fee)
- 4-11 credit hours ($40.00)
- 12+ credit hours ($60.00)
The Institutional Fee is designed to provide students with unlimited access to all Campuses, recreation facilities, Technology Learning Centers, libraries and Campus special events without having to purchase hangtags. See Institutional Fee frequently asked questions.
Visitor parking is available in designated areas around campus and is $1.00 for a two hour time block which must be paid at the Visitor Parking Meter Stations located adjacent to the Visitor parking area..
Faculty, Staff and Adjunct Faculty - Semester Permit Pricing
Per Pay Rate - $9.10
Annualized Rate - $200.20
Part-time Staff & Adjuct Faculty, Semester Permit - $75.00
Yellow call boxes, blue beacon phones, and house phones are located throughout the college. When activated they have a direct connection to the police dispatcher.
Motorist Assistance (24-hours/day)
- Vehicle lock out assists
- Battery assists
- Fuel assists (gas can not provided)
- Help with contacting roadside assistance
No vehicle is to be left on College property longer than 24 hours. Vehicles are subject to tow at the owner's expense thereafter. If you must leave your vehicle overnight, please notify the department of Campus Police and Security Services. The college is officially closed one hour after classes end.
Parking Lots: 10 mph
Roadways: East Campus 15 mph; West Campus 20 mph
Citations may be paid by mail or in-person at any Enrollment Center.
Ticket/Citation Appeal Appeals must be made within 10 days of the notice of violation by either coming to the department of Campus Police and Security Services or using the Online parking appeal form.
Parking and Traffic Regulations Rules and regulations have been adopted by the Cuyahoga Community College Board of Trustees to regulate traffic and parking on college property. Motorcycles, motorbikes and motor scooters are subject to the same regulations as automobiles. The motor vehicle laws of the State of Ohio are in full effect on College property.