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Parking at Alverno College is available on a first-come basis. On campus parking is restricted during weekdays in Lot D and Lot G to employee permitted parking. Parking is also restricted temporarily in areas designated as reserved for special events. Overnight parking on campus is restricted at all times during the overnight hours of 2am - 5:30am.  All State of Wisconsin and City of Milwaukee laws pertaining to motor vehicles apply on campus. Alverno College neither implies nor accepts any responsibility for loss or damage to any vehicle or its contents, however caused, while parked in the campus parking structure or any College parking lot. For overnight parking, call the Campus Safety Department for approval and instructions. 

The following are examples of some of the parking violations:

  • Parking in handicapped spaces, crosswalks, fire lanes, loading zones, non-designated spaces, roadways, parking in a manner that obstructs traffic, or backed into a parking structure space.
  • Vehicles using more than one space, driving through a barricaded area or driving on the wrong side of the roadway.

Campus Parking and Driving Regulations are enforced by the Campus Safety Department. Enforcement includes patrolling the campus and ticketing vehicles in violation of regulations. Fines (other than the City of Milwaukee tickets) are payable in the Student Accounts Office upon receipt. 

  • First Offense - $10

  • Second Offense - $25 (in same semester)

  • Third Offense and all additional violations - $75 (in same semester)

  • Parking in a disabled space without a permit - $75

  • Continued violations of parking regulations may result in your car being towed including all fines and expenses for towing. If unpaid at the end of 10 days, employees are billed, with a $2 service charge added; unpaid fines for students are placed on the student bill.  Individuals wishing to appeal a parking ticket must fill out an Appeal Form, located in the Campus Safety Office, within 10 days of the issuance of the ticket. No other forms of appeal are accepted. Appeals will be considered by the Director of Campus Safety and notice of decision will be provided within 10 business days.


Resident students are required to have a parking permit in order to park overnight on campus. There is no fee for residents to obtain a permit. All resident students and guests must park in designated areas between 2am and 5:30am. Austin residents’ designated lot is the Parking Structure and Clare residents’ designated lot is either Lot I or Lot G (for overnight parking only).  Permit requests forms and Resident permits are available in the Campus Safety Office.  Residents must provide a copy of their vehicle registration. See the Residence Life Handbook for the full policy and procedures.