Please read the following information very carefully if you intend to drive to St. Joseph’s College and you are requesting a tag to park in the student lot at The Hill Center during the Fall 2021 semester.
You must log in to SJC Engage using your SJC login credentials. Tags are issued on a first-come, first-served basis.
Parking Tag applications go live on Monday, August 23 at 9 a.m.
Due to COVID-19 Safety Regulations, face masks/coverings must be placed on before exiting your vehicle. Valet attendants are also required to wear face masks/coverings while operating your vehicle.
Full-Time Tags are given only to full-time matriculated students taking 12 or more credits.
Evening/Weekend Tags can only be used to park after 4 p.m. Monday – Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday.
Applications are submitted online ONLY.
To complete the online application you must be able to upload the following:
- A copy of the registration(s) for the car(s) indicated on the application.
- A copy of your class schedule.
- The completed Parking Waiver
- A completed Credit Card Authorization Form
NOTE: If you will be out of the country, please take a photo of your registration or have a friend or family member take a picture and send it to you.
You will receive an email if your application has been approved or if you are on the wait list. Once approved, students may pick up their tags starting the first day of classes, Wednesday, September 8 at 9 a.m.
To pick up your parking tag, you will be required to have your SJC ID card with you.
*Note that the parking lot will be open to everyone for the first week of school, regardless of parking tag status.*
If you do not pick up your parking tag by Friday, September 17 at 5 p.m., it will be released to those on the waiting list.
In the event that parking tags are sold out, a waitlist will be created and tags will be distributed in the order they were received.
Being put on the waitlist does not guarantee that you will receive a parking tag.
Additional Parking Information
Submission of an application for parking does not guarantee a parking space. The Hill Center parking, (which is under the building), operates on a “first-come, first-served” basis. Parking spaces are limited and obtaining a parking tag does not guarantee a spot.
In order to maximize all available space, we use a lift system supplemented by valet parking. Attendants are present for all hours of operation including weekends and evenings. We ask for your patience at the start of the semester.
Parking tags must be displayed from the inside rear view mirror when entering the facility and while parked. You may be required to show an SJC ID card to enter the parking area.
Do not leave any personal items in the car. The College is not responsible for any loss of property in your vehicle or for damage to your vehicle while in the parking area or while driving or parked in any area near the College.
Vehicles 5ft. 8in. and over will not be admitted due to the lift system.
Improper use of tag and/or failure to follow all directives from authorized personnel will result in the revocation of parking privileges.
Inquiries or complaints should be directed to the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership or to the Director of Campus Security.