First-year Student Parking Waiver Request
Endicott College has eliminated vehicle and parking privileges for all
residential first-year students. First-year commuter students will have access
to on-campus parking in assigned commuter lots.
For the purposes of parking privileges, policies, and regulations, a
first-year student is defined as any resident student with less than thirty (30)
completed credit hours at the start of the semester (excluding AP credits).
Students enrolled in January internships or engaged in college sponsored
activities, regardless of the number of credits, will be allowed to have a
vehicle on campus during the January term for a fee.
Please see the Student Handbook for complete parking policies and
The following policies exist for first-year students seeking waivers:
Medical - First Year Students with regularly scheduled
appointments outside the City of Beverly or other locations that cannot be
reached by the College’s transportation or a public transportation system.
A letter from that doctor, on official business letterhead, stating why
the student is under their care, how often their appointments will be and for
how long the student will be under their care, is required. A pass for
the period of time needed to support medical appointments will be issued.
Off-Campus Employment - First Year Students employed at
locations not on the College’s transportation schedule. Students will be
required to have written employer verification of 15 hours or more per week.
This letter must be written on official company letterhead and either e-mailed
or faxed to the Parking & Traffic Office. The letter must be signed by a
company executive. Letters signed by a family member working for the same
company will not be accepted. The student will be responsible for providing
proof of employment, each month, in the form of a paycheck. Random checks with
the employer will be performed by the Parking & Traffic Office.
Family Hardship - An identified hardship requested in
writing by a parent or guardian, that requires the student to return home on a
regular basis, and cannot be reached by the
College’s transportation or a public transportation system.
than the waivers listed above, the College will not issue temporary passes to
first-year students for any duration. First year students who are authorized a
waiver will be allowed to park in lots 25 or 28 only. First-year students
with a waiver and with state-issued handicapped plates or placards will have
access throughout the campus for handicapped spaces.
Vehicles are not allowed to be on campus without first receiving approval. The Parking & Traffic Office is not open on the weekends and requests sent on weekends will not be addressed until the next business day.
Any first year student who brings their vehicles onto campus without prior
written approval from the Parking & Traffic Office will be charged $20 per
day and will be required to remove their vehicle from campus no later than the
following weekend. The card access system at the main gate will not allow
passage of unauthorized vehicles.
To request a waiver for first-year parking, please fill out the form below and click the "submit request" button. Submitting the
form does not guarantee the waiver will be granted. Each request is reviewed on
a case-by-case basis. Notification on the outcome of the request will be sent to
the e-mail address provided.
First Year Parking Waiver