LMU Westchester Parking Permits
The Loyola Marymount University Westchester campus will be charging for visitor parking starting August 27, 2012. If you have a valid Loyola Law School parking permit, you will be able to park at LMU campus free of charge provided your permit is activated for dual campus use. To activate your permit for dual campus use, please complete the online form at least 48 hours prior to your visit. This permit is valid for one academic year, August-July. A new application must be filled out at the beginning of the fall semester for each academic year thereafter. If you wish to register more than one vehicle, please fill out a separate form for each vehicle.
LMU uses license plates as "virtual" permits. There is no need to display anything on your vehicle other than your license plate. Permit enforcement at LMU is via license plate reading technology so it is necessary to park HEAD-IN. If your vehicle does not have a license plate please use the last eight digits of the VIN number on the form. Once you receive the license plates for the vehicle, send the new information to Campus Planning so that the LMU info can be updated.
If you do not have a valid LLS parking permit you will be charged to park at LMU. For more information please go to: www.lmu.edu/parking.
Important Parking Information:
Faculty and Staff can park in any non-restricted parking space area on the LMU campus with the exception of the visitor parking lots.* Please observe all signs and markings for additional restrictions. In addition, certain lots are designated as faculty/staff only.
- University Hall P1
- Drollinger Lower (behind gate arm)
- Lot E
- Lot F
- Whelan Lane
*Visitors are only those vehicles paying the daily rate via Pay Station or Parkmobile
Loyola Law School students are considered commuters and can only park in the commuter lots:
- University Hall levels P2 and P3
- Drollinger garage
- Hannon parking lot A
Here is a link of the LMU campus: http://www.lmu.edu/Assets/Parking+and+Transportation/ParkingAssignmentsMap.pdf. See Campus Planning for additional information on where parking is permitted on the LMU campus.
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