Benefits of using TIP:
The Law School will pay a significant portion of your transportation costs
- You'll save money on Law School parking charges, gasoline and wear and tear on your car
- You'll enjoy a "stress free" commute everyday
- You'll help reduce the Law School 's parking demand.
Signing up for TIP is easy!
First, use the LLS on-line Parking Form to decline parking by Sunday, July 31, 2016. The on-line Parking Form will be made active when the registration period is open.
An email will be sent to all continuing students in mid-July which will include the link to either sign up for parking or to decline it. The same link will be sent to new students at the end of July from the Admissions Office. If you will be taking public transportation, you should indicate on your form "No Parking" which will update your form and will complete the process.
Read the TIP Pass Policy below to learn how TIP works.
CAN A STUDENT CHANGE HIS/HER MIND?? Parking can always be added in Campus Planning if a student decides not to use public transportation after all. The parking fee is not pro-rated. The fee is the same whether you sign up by the deadline or you add it during the fourth week of classes.
WHERE DO I BOARD THE LAW SCHOOL SHUTTLE??
All Metrolink and Metrorail trains end at Union Station. From Union Station a student should follow the signs to the Red Line. Students can board either the Red Line/or/Purple Line to the 7th Metro Station. Exit towards Figueroa Street. The LLS Shuttle will pick up students and staff in the white loading zone adjacent to the bus stop. Currently no additional fee is charged on the Red/or/Purple lines as long as a valid Metrolink or Metro/Metrorail ticket is held. The Law School Shuttle runs Monday through Friday all year according to the published schedule. No Shuttle service on Saturday, Sunday or LLS Staff Holidays.
Shuttle Services -- We're making it even easier!
If you take the Metrolink or Metrorail, you will end your journey at 7th and Figueroa, where the Law School's free, 18-passenger shuttle will pick you up for the last mile to the campus.
Plus, a "lunch shuttle" is available to take you to L.A.Live betwen the hours of 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., where you can have lunch off-campus, shop or run errands. Now, there's no reason to bring your car downtown.
Need to Purchase a Bus or Train Pass? Read the following TIP Policy
*** Student Transportation Incentive Program (TIP) Pass Policy
Effective: October 1, 2010
- All enrolled students are eligible to participate in the LLS Transportation Incentive Program (TIP).
- Students are responsible for purchasing their own commuter pass. Students are encouraged to purchase a monthly pass due to the financial savings.
- Students will be reimbursed by the Law School for 50% of the cost of the pass/or ticket.
- Students who participate in TIP are not eligible to purchase regular LLS parking or be part of a carpool. Discounted daily parking passes are available for $5.00 (Checks or Cash) in the Campus Planning Office in the event that driving to LLS is necessary.
- TIP participants must submit a signed purchase requisition form along with the original receipt to Campus Planning for reimbursement approval. You must submit the request within 60 (sixty) days of the date of purchase as listed on the receipt. Requests for reimbursement for passes purchased in April or May must be submitted no later than May 19. Your approved requisition will be submitted to Fiscal Affairs for processing. If the cash refund is not picked up by May 26, a check will be ordered and mailed to the student address on file.
- All reimbursements will be made by the Fiscal Affairs Department located in Founders Hall according to the following policy:
STUDENT TIP PROGRAM REIMBURSEMENT
Just a reminder that updates have been made to the University's Purchasing and Payment policy. These changes took effect starting June 1, 2009 and impact Section 12 only. The complete policy can be found here.
Here are the highlights that took effect June 1, 2009:
Section 12 - Payment Policy
The Accounts Payable Department processes payments to vendors for purchased goods and services performed. They also process reimbursements to students for university-related expenses. Payments are disbursed in three ways:
2. Electronic Payment (Direct Deposit or wire)
3. Cash ($100.00 maximum)
Cash reimbursements will be available at the Cashier’s Window (FH124) after submitting the completed requisition and original receipt to the Campus Planning office. An email will be sent to your Loyola Law School email account when the reimbursement is available.
Reimbursements by check are for amounts over $100.00. The required requisition form and original receipt must be submitted to the Campus Planning office. The turnaround time for this type of reimbursment is normally three weeks.
Direct Deposit is now available for all students. We highly recommend this method, as it is more economical and saves paper. To sign up for direct deposit, please email Heather Gates or Kristina Carrasco in Fiscal Affairs.
Please note that the Direct Deposit form for a TIP reimbursement is separate from the tuition refund direct deposit form and the work study payroll direct deposit form.
LLS Staff and Faculty Transportation Incentive Program (TIP) Policy
Effective October 1, 2010:
- To participate, you must be a regular full-time LLS faculty member or a regular full-time LLS staff member working at least 35 hours per week.
- If you pay to park in the LLS Parking Structure, you cannot participate in TIP.
- Discounted daily parking passes are available for $5.00 (Checks or Cash) in the Campus Planning Office in the event that driving to the law school is necessary.
- If you take a bus, train or vanpool to work, you can participate in TIP and receive a subsidy of up to $100 per month for purchase of your transit media. Parking expenses related to public transportation will not be paid for or reimbursed by LLS.
- Eligible staff and faculty must purchase transit media through WageWorks at www.getwageworks.com/commuter in order to receive the subsidy of up to $100 per month.
- If the cost for your bus, train or vanpool exceeds $100.00 per month, the difference will be withheld from your paycheck on a pre-tax basis up to the IRS pre-tax limit ($230.00 as of January 1, 2010) and on post-tax basis for the amounts greater than the IRS pre-tax limit, up to $300.00 per month.
- To sign up or get more information on the commuter benefits, contact WageWorks at 877.924.3967 or www.getwageworks.com/commuter.