|Emergency Preparedness Policy and Procedures|
To provide safe control of traffic and parking on campus, regulations have been promulgated that apply to students, employees and visitors.
Parking on campus throughout the year, including recess periods, requires a valid permit.
Overnight parking is not permitted on the upper campus except with permission from Campus Security.
The registration of a vehicle on campus does not guarantee a parking place, but affords the registrant an opportunity to park in authorized parking areas when parking space is available.
The University is not responsible for losses due to theft or damage to vehicles while on University-owned or leased property.
Campus Security is responsible for the administration and enforcement of these regulations, and may impose traffic control and restrictions as required.
Conference parking, special event parking, and all other temporary parking requirements of the University are to be scheduled and approved through Campus Security by the University sponsor or host.
Infractions of the parking regulations are the responsibility of the person who registered the vehicle on campus.
Trinity University is primarily a pedestrian campus. Vehicles should yield to individuals crossing streets and parking areas at all times.
For specific traffic and parking regulations, please refer to the pamphlet distributed by Campus Security.
|ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING|
|ACCOUNTS PAYABLE AND EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT|
|SPONSORED PROJECTS (GRANTS)|
|STUDENT ACCOUNTS AND STUDENT LOANS|
For further information, please call (210) 999-7306, or write to:
Office of Finance & Administration
One Trinity Place
San Antonio, TX 78212-7200
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This page was last modified on June 25, 2012.