Links and Contacts

Parking & Traffic Office

Welcome to the Endicott College Parking & Traffic Office

Located in the lobby of the Public Safety Building

The hours for the Parking & Traffic Office for Academic Year 2017-2018 are as follows:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Thursday & Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday CLOSED

Parking & Traffic Hearings will be held on Wednesdays between 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.

 

 Parking & Traffic Office Forms
Parking & Traffic Regulations for 2017-2018 Parking & Traffic Citation Appeal Form 
Vehicle Preregistration Form Eligibility Waiver Request Form
Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT)
Non-resident Driver Form
Winter Break Parking Form
Parking Designations Map


If you are a student (undergraduate, graduate, resident, or commuter), faculty member (full-time, part-time, or adjunct), or staff member (full-time or part-time) and would like to get a parking decal, you will need:

  1. To have first preregistered online (link to Vehicle Preregistration Form above)
  2. Driver's License
  3. Vehicle Registration
  4. Vehicle Insurance info
  5. Massachusetts Department of Transportation Non-resident Driver Form (see below for more info)

Faculty and Staff Members!  If your job at the College requires that you drive a College-owned passenger van or golf cart, you must first take the appropriate driver safety certification course before you get behind the wheel.  Contact the Parking & Traffic Office to find out more!


State law requires Endicott College to post the following statement to all students who are not Massachusetts residents:

"IT IS UNLAWFUL FOR A NONRESIDENT STUDENT TO FAIL TO FILE A NONRESIDENT DRIVER STATEMENT WITH THE POLICE DEPARTMENT LOCATED IN THE SAME CITY OR TOWN AS THE SCHOOL OF COLLEGE ATTENDED, IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 3 OF CHAPTER 90 OF THE MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL LAWS. FAILURE TO FILE SUCH STATEMENT IS PUNISHABLE BY A FINE NOT TO EXCEED $200."

 

The College in conjunction with the Beverly Police Department have arranged for out-of-state students to file the Massachusetts Department of Transportation Non-Resident Driver Statement Form with the Endicott College Police Department when they register with the Parking & Traffic Office at the beginning of each academic year. In accordance with Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 90, section 3, students are required to:

  1. Print out the Massachusetts Department of Transportation Non-Resident Driver Statement Form
  2. Fill out the form and sign it
  3. Scan and e-mail the signed document back to parking@endicott.edu or fax it to 978-232-5226

Once received, the Parking & Traffic Office personnel will assign an Endicott decal and State sticker to the applicant.

In accordance with the law, the State sticker must be prominently displayed in the uppermost center portion of the vehicle’s windshield.

Frequently asked questions about the Massachusetts non-resident student driver sticker:

  • Why do I have to get a non-resident sticker?

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts wants to make sure that you have acknowledged you have sufficient motor vehicle insurance.

  • How much does the non-resident sticker cost?

There is no fee; the non-resident sticker is free of charge.

  • Are there any entitlements or benefits to the non-resident sticker?

There are no entitlements.  It will prevent you from being fined by Registry of Motor Vehicles for not having a non-resident sticker.

  • Do I need a nonresident sticker if I am NOT going to park on campus?

If your car has an out-of-state license plate you will need a non-resident sticker whether you decide to park on campus or not.

  • If I have an Endicott parking decal do I still need a non-resident sticker?

If your car has an out-of-state license plate you will need a non-resident sticker whether you decide to park on campus or not.

  • If I have the non-resident sticker do I still need an Endicott parking decal?

Yes you do.

  • When and where will I be able to acknowledge receipt of the law?

At the beginning of August of each year when you preregister your vehicle online, you will have the opportunity to read the statement on the top of the form, and acknowledge receipt at the bottom.

  • Do my out-of-state guests have to get a non-resident sticker? 

No.

  • If I register my car with Massachusetts, am I allowed to park in residential areas in the city of Beverly?

No.  City residential parking rules apply.

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