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Resident students, who have completed 30 completed college-earned credits towards their Baccalaureate Degree Program, are authorized to have a motor vehicle on campus.

Resident students with less than 30 college-earned completed credits towards their Baccalaureate Degree are prohibited from (a) registering a vehicle with Endicott and (b) having a motor vehicle on campus unless they have been approved for a waiver under the limited circumstances.

Any resident student with less than 30 college-completed credits who brings a vehicle onto campus without prior written approval from the Parking & Traffic Office will be subject to ticketing and towing at the owner’s expense. Towed vehicles can be found at New Beverly Auto Clinic at 126 Rear Park Street in Beverly, MA.

Resident students with less than 30 completed credits seeking waivers must fill out the online form located at endicott.edu/trafficoffice.  Waiver request forms must be submitted no less than one (1) week prior to the date needed. Last minute waiver requests will not be accepted. Extreme circumstances will be considered on a case by case basis.

As the Parking & Traffic Office does not conduct business on the weekends, voicemail messages should not be considered a form of approval and parents or guardians should not send their student back to campus with a vehicle without speaking directly with Parking & Traffic Office personnel.

Other than the waivers listed below, Endicott College will not issue temporary passes for any duration.  Resident students with less than 30 college-completed credits towards their Baccalaureate Degree who are authorized for a parking waiver will be allowed to park ONLY in Parking Lot 35. 

The following exemptions may apply for students with less than 30 completed credits seeking waivers: 

  1. Medical

    Consideration may be given to resident students with less than 30 completed credits who have 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. In addition to the online form, requesting students will also be required to submit support documentation. A pass for the period of time needed to support medical appointments will be issued. 

    Consideration may also be given to resident students with less than 30 completed credits for whom an identified hardship has been requested 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.  In these cases, support documentation will also be required. 
     
  2. Off-Campus Employment

    Consideration may be given to resident students with less than 30 college-completed credits who are employed at locations not on the College’s transportation schedule and who work a minimum of 20 per week.  In addition to the online form, requesting students will also be required to submit support documentation.
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